PUD 3 Manager Elected to Leadership Role

Annette Creekpaum, Mason PUD 3 manager, was elected to serve as the Public Power Council’s Vice-Chair, Administration and budget.

Creekpaum was elected to the leadership post during the January 10 meeting of the PPC’s Executive Committee.

Other elected officers for the 2019-2020 term include: Debra Smith, Seattle City Light, Chair; Travis Prairie, Idaho Falls Power, Vice Chair, Allocation/Rates/Contracts; Mark Johnson, Flathead Electric Cooperative, Vice Chair, Long Range Planning.

PPC Executive Director Scott Corwin said, “PPC is in great hands with this impressive lineup of Officers and Board Members. This team is well-positioned to give a strong voice to utilities of all shapes and sizes around the Northwest who purchase power or transmission from the Federal Columbia River Power System.”

The Public Power Council is a not for profit association that represents about 100 consumer-owned electric utilities in the Pacific Northwest on issues regarding the Federal Columbia River Power System. It also serves as a forum to discuss and build consensus around energy and utility issues.