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Committees of the Board

The TVA Board has established four committees to help fulfill its responsibilities.

Audit, Risk, and Cybersecurity Committee

Overseeing financial reporting, risk management, cybersecurity, compliance, and ethics, this committee reviews and considers input from the TVA Inspector General and TVA’s external auditor to ensure TVA reports transparently about its financial and legal obligations while monitoring TVA’s risk portfolio.

Michelle Moore, Chair
Beth Geer
Bill Renick

Audit, Risk, and Cybersecurity Committee Charter (PDF)

External Stakeholders and Regulation Committee

This committee oversees relationships with customers, members of the public, and key stakeholders critical for success. Involvement includes TVA's regulatory policy, natural resource management, economic development, government relations, federal advisory councils, and emerging social issues.

Beth Harwell, Chair
Beth Geer
Bill Renick

External Stakeholders and Regulation Committee Charter (PDF)

Finance, Rates, and Portfolio Committee

Overseeing electricity rates, annual budget, major contracts, energy resource portfolio planning, commercial programs and products, technology, innovation, and research programs. This committee is charged with the responsibility of assisting the Board in fulfilling its responsibilities to manage financial health, strategic planning, wholesale and direct-served customer rates, and holistic asset strategy.

Wade White, Chair
Beth Harwell
Joe Ritch

Finance, Rates, and Portfolio Committee Charter (PDF)

Operations and Nuclear Oversight Committee

To ensure the utmost safety and effectiveness of TVA's power system generation and transmission assets, this committee oversees operational performance and planning. Additional oversight includes significant projects, major inspections and evaluations, long-term asset planning, and operational and regulatory compliance.

Bobby Klein, Chair
Michelle Moore
Wade White

Operations and Nuclear Oversight Committee Charter (PDF)

People and Governance Committee

The primary focus is on people and the creation of a culture that lives up to its values to ensure optimal performance and sustainability of the enterprise. The committee will review the key components of the people framework which are inclusion with diversity, talent, engagement, total rewards, and labor relations. Another key function of this committee is board governance.

Brian Noland, Chair
Beth Harwell
Bobby Klein
Joe Ritch

People and Governance Committee Charter (PDF)