CHOCTAW, Miss. — Brian Robinson currently works for the tribe as the Utility Engineer/Tribal Energy Manager and lives in Carthage, MS with his family. He has been an entrepreneur, having owned and operated Robinson Engineering, and has been the tribe’s General Manager for Choctaw Electrical Inc. for well over 20 years combined. He has his Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering from Mississippi State University, is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Mississippi, and certified as a Master Electrical by the International Code Council (ICC). Mr. Robinson has just recently received his NCCER National Registry credentials through NCCER’s National Craft Assessment and Certification Program through the Mississippi Construction Education Foundation (MCEF) and has successfully become a Curriculum Performance Evaluator. In addition, Mr. Robinson received his NCCER National Registry credentials through the National Craft Assessment and Certification Program. In addition to his current tribal duties, Mr. Robinson will be the new Instructor for NCCER Electrical classes beginning in 2020. The Office of Economic Development wants to congratulate Mr. Robinson on this well-deserved accomplishment for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.