Raina Johnson has dedicated the last twelve years of her career to construction of major transmission line Projects throughout the nation, with a focus on the desert southwest. Throughout her career she has successfully built six major high voltage transmission line Projects, including the first longest renewable transmission line in U.S. history. She has completed pre-construction development on approximately eight major high voltage transmission lines, with a recent emphasis on renewable energy transfers. She has two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Utah, one in Environmental and Sustainability Sciences, and the other in Geography/GIS. She furthered her education by receiving a Master of Science in Environmental Law, Policy, and Management from American Public University.