An independent Board of Directors governs MISO. Each member serves a three-year term, and must meet specific qualifications designed to ensure an independent and qualified Board.
|Corporate Governance Best Practice|
|Baljit "Bal" Dail, Senior Advisor, New Mountain Capital|
|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|
|Barbara J. Krumsiek, Former President, Chief Executive Officer and Chair at Calvert Investments, Inc.|
|Nancy Lange, Former Chair of MN Public Utilities Commission|
|Robert F. Lurie, Co-Founder and Partner of White Dog Strategies|
|Todd M. Raba, Former President and Chief Executive Officer at GridPoint, Inc.|
|Theresa Wise, Information Technology Executive and Executive Consultant for Amtrak|
Members of the Board of Directors serve on committees that assist the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities. Each committee has a charter outlining its specific responsibilities.