Well, maybe. But your going to need some advanced degrees in management and perhaps a few extra studies in your field, which appears to be power oriented.
It kinda looks like perhaps a couple years would still be needed in the field, in the manufacturing/test areas, in some R&D environments, and in 3rd party offices and facilities ... before you can be effective in leading a team.
There are some niches, though... like programming , acquisition, contracts and specifications, planning/proposals that you can slip into without too much exposure to the outside world. Maybe doing the cad/cam design, layout, system documenting? City planning and infrastructure may be an avenue?
Consider that when your effecting people in general, you will need a EIC "engineer in training" and PE "professional Engineer" to qualify for signing off projects... so thats an extra 4 years while you do your basic post grad stuff. Some field experience maybe needed to show proficiency, at least a year of two early in career.
Go look up some job postings for those kind of positions. Talk to a manager and see what they may say, do a shwdo day and explore where you think your comfortable as you see your career progressing. Thats where you will find meaningful answers.
Richard "inside job" Wolf