Cowan has more than 5 years of experience in marketing and customer service with Kosciusko REMC. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in business from Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne. Cowan is also a graduate of RELITE (Rural Electric Leaders In Training Exchange) a two-year leadership program designed specifically for electric cooperative employees in Indiana.
“We are very proud of Emily for earning her master’s degree while providing exceptional service to our members,” said Bruce Goslee, president and CEO of KREMC. “This accomplishment speaks volumes about her dedication and professionalism.”
Cowan currently manages 10 employees, including customer service representatives, energy advisor and the communications specialist. She serves on the Kosciusko Economic Development marketing committee, the Warsaw Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is the KREMC liaison for Operation Round-Up.
Cowan and her husband, Gary, reside in Leesburg, with their two children, Kyle and Wesley.
KREMC is a member-owned Touchstone Energy® electric cooperative serving over 17,000 customers throughout Kosciusko County and into surrounding counties.