Board of Directors
They are nominated by the President of the United States and confirmed by the Senate, and each serves a term of five years. The proceedings of their meetings are open to the public. When their terms expire, directors may remain on the board until the end of the current congressional session (typically in December) or until their successors take office, whichever comes first.
What does the Board do?
As provided by the TVA Act and the TVA Bylaws, the principle responsibilities of the Board are to establish broad strategies, goals and objectives; set long range plans and policies; and to ensure their implementation by the TVA staff, which is led by the Chief Executive Officer. Directors swear an oath to faithfully and impartially perform the duties of the office.
To learn more about the work of the Board of Directors, read about the rules and regulations that form Our Governance.
2020 Meeting Schedule
February 13, 2020, Oxford, Miss.
May 7, 2020, via Streaming Only
August 27, 2020, via Streaming Only
November 13, 2020