Midwest Reliability Organization (MRO) would like to notify its members of an open Regional Director position on the MRO Board of Directors (board) with a term that expires on December 31, 2024.
Regional Directors must be employees of MRO members and meet the qualifications of directors elected by MRO’s industry sectors. The complete position description for the Regional Director position is on MRO’s website. MRO encourages the nomination of talented and diverse candidates for this open position.
If you wish to nominate yourself, or someone else, for this Regional Director position, please submit the Nomination Form no later than August 23, 2023.
Following the submission deadline, the board will select a Regional Director nominee at its third quarter meeting to recommend to all MRO members for election. The elected Regional Director will be seated in advance of the fourth quarter board meeting in December of 2023.
Please note that nominations for expiring or open Industry Sector board positions will be solicited in the third quarter. At that time, MRO members will have the opportunity to nominate and elect directors for open industry sector positions on the MRO Board. Voting for Industry Sector Directors is done within each Industry Sector.
For questions about nominations to the MRO Board of Directors and the election process, please contact Julie Peterson, Vice President General Counsel and Corporate Secretary.
Midwest Reliability Organization (MRO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the reliability and security of the bulk power system in the central region of North America, including parts of both the United States and Canada. MRO is one of seven regional entities in North America operating under authority from regulators in the United States through a delegation agreement with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and in Canada under similar arrangements. The primary focus of MRO is developing and ensuring compliance with reliability standards and assessing the grid’s ability to meet the demands for electricity.