Richard Doying is the Executive Vice President, Markets and leads MISO's Market and Grid Strategy group, responsible for developing and executing enhancements to existing markets and leading a market design evolution that enables continued reliable and efficient market operations as the electric system transforms.
Doying joined MISO in 2002 and was responsible for design and implementation of MISO’s energy markets in 2005. Since that time, he oversaw the launch of MISO’s ancillary services market in 2009 and has held several positions, including Chief Operating Office where he was responsible for market operations, reliability operations, finance and human resources.
Prior to joining MISO in 2002, Doying worked at PG&E National Energy Group, where he served as director of strategy and new initiatives, responsible for corporate strategy, market analysis and project finance. His prior career includes service at ICF Kaiser as a project manager in the power sector practice, responsible for market analysis and modeling.
Doying is a member and past chairman of the NERC Midwest Reliability Organization (MRO) board of directors. As a member of the MRO Board, he has served as vice chairman of the board, chairman of the finance & audit committee and member of the governance & personnel committee.
Doying earned a bachelor’s degree in Geography from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a master’s degree in Energy and Environmental Policy from the University of Minnesota.