Liz Conerly is founder and President of LCT Solutions, Inc., a manufacturer’s representative firm providing power quality products and services to consulting engineers, end users, contractors and integrators in the mission critical markets of health care, oil & gas, industrial, financial, telecommunications, transportation and education.
Her responsibilities include the growth and sales of the company, overall business strategy and managing key accounts, while ensuring the company provides a high social responsibility wherever it does business. Liz received her bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Mississippi State University with an emphasis in power transmission and distribution.
How Liz Got Involved in Mission Critical Operations
“First, I received my bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Mississippi State University with an emphasis in power transmission and distribution. From there, I began my professional career in the mission critical power quality industry as an engineer for Engineered Computer Rooms, a manufacturer’s representative firm in Dallas, TX, over 25 years ago. ”
“I later relocated to the Houston area to become a Partner in a similar firm, before founding LCT Solutions, Inc. in 2009 and have been an active participant in data center activities.”
“What I enjoy most about being a mission critical professional is working with client’s to solve challenging power quality issues by thinking outside the box while adhering to design requirements in the most cost effective way.”
Participation in 7×24 Exchange
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“I currently serve as the president of the Texas South Chapter of 7×24 Exchange, for which I have been involved for many years. What I have enjoyed most about being a part of 7×24 Exchange is connecting with leading professionals, attending International events to stay informed of the latest products and trends in the mission critical industry, and giving back to my community by participating in the coordination of educational and charitable events with our local chapter.”
“Most recently, I was happy to be able to co-present a donation check to Paws for Heroes, a nonprofit that rescues and trains homeless dogs to serve as companion dogs for veterans, in the amount of $17,500 as a result of our annual golf tournament.”
“Outside of work, I have a passion for golf and SEC football, including watching my MSU bulldogs and volunteering with my alumni chapter. Go Bulldogs!”