Since our inception and still today, our greatest assets by far are our people: the engineers, machinists, technicians, and customer service representatives that keep Jenkins running. Our people power and drive us forward—they are the human energy and ingenuity that have kept us going for more than a century, and have kept all things electromechanical moving, too.
Outside Sales Team
Brandy Warlick has more than 20 years of experience in the electromechanical industry. Working closely alongside her father in motor repair for several years prior to his retirement, she now brings that knowledge and expertise to Jenkins. With a bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Brandy works to deliver outstanding service and support to our customers and is always just a phone call away.
Mark Fahrenz is a recent addition to the Jenkins team and brings with him over 9 years of experience in the industrial automation, controls and manufacturing industries. Mark works closely with the Engineering Systems & Services team at Jenkins to provide customers with the insight and expertise they need when building or upgrading their controls or test equipment.
Tommy Geddings brings over 30 years of electromechanical experience to his role as Regional Technical Support at Jenkins. Specializing in hydroelectric power generation, Tommy is the first call for many customers when issues arise with their hydro equipment, electric motors or generators. He fosters relationships within the hydroelectric power generation industry by sharing his extensive knowledge and remaining committed to delivering superior customer service.
A recent addition to the Jenkins team, Jimmy brings his vast experience and understanding of the motor industry to the Jenkins manufactured products business with the goal of expanding the offering and continuing to assist customers across the globe. With over 18 years in the electric power and electric motor repair industry, his deep knowledge of customer needs is an essential component to moving Jenkins into the future.
A new but familiar face, Billy began his career in the electric motor industry in 1978. He worked as a mechanic, and AC & DC coil maker, with his primary skill set as a winder of large motors in the shop and in the field. Over the last twenty years, Billy moved into sales and customer service. Billy has previously worked for both motor manufacturers and repair shops across the industry. Billy has served on the EASA Southeastern Chapter Board of Directors since 2016 and as chapter president from April 2020 - October 2021. In addition, Billy has served on the EASA International Marketing & Industry Awareness Committee.