As required by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Order No. 2000, an independent Board of Directors governs MISO. Each member serves a rolling, three-year term, and must meet specific qualifications designed to ensure an independent and qualified Board.
Principles of Corporate Governance
Read specific requirements for members of the Board of Directors, including experience, term limits, roles and responsibilities.
Corporate Governance Best Practices
See how the Board of Directors’ practices align with compliance program components.
Committee Memberships and Charters
Members of the Board of Directors as well as other carefully selected MISO representatives serve on committees that assist the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities. Each committee has a charter outlining its specific responsibilities:
Audit and Finance Committee — Charter
Audit and Finance Committee Statement of Guiding Principles
Corporate Governance & Strategic Planning Committee — Charter
Human Resources Committee — Charter
Markets Committee — Charter
System Planning Committee — Charter
System Planning Committee — Board of Directors Statement of Guiding Principles
Technology Committee — Charter
Meet the Board of Directors
John Bear, President and Chief Executive Officer at MISO
Paul J. Bonavia, Former Executive Chairman at UNS Energy Corporation
Michael J. Curran, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Boston Stock Exchange
Phyllis E. Currie, Former General Manager at Pasadena Water and Power
Baljit "Bal" Dail, Chairman and CEO of JDA
H.B. "Trip" Doggett, Former President and Chief Executive Officer at the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT)
Mark S. Johnson, Former Vice President of Transmission Operations at PG&E Corporation
Barbra J. Krumsiek, Former President, Chief Executive Officer and Chair at Calvert Investments, Inc.
Todd M. Raba, Former President and Chief Executive Officer at GridPoint, Inc.
Thomas M. Rainwater, President and Chief Executive Officer at Rainwater Asset Management, LLC