Greg R. White joined the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners in December 2015 as the Executive Director. He is responsible for the overall management of the Association and directs the implementation of programs and policies of the Association, while promoting the Association’s interests in Washington. He also has served as Executive Director of the National Regulatory Research Institute since 2017.
Greg served as a Commissioner on the Michigan Public Service Commission (2009 – 2015), appointed by then-Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm, and previously held a variety of positions in and out of government in energy and utility regulation as a policy advisor, legislative liaison, and manager of federal relations.
Greg has provided expert testimony before the U.S. Congress, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission on matters such as energy markets, transmission policy, and nuclear waste management.
White holds a Master of Public Administration from Grand Valley State University and a Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University. His professional achievements include serving as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the National Regulatory Research Institute, Chairman of the Nuclear Waste Strategy Coalition’s Executive Committee, President of the Board of Directors of the Organization of PJM States, Inc., and he is a lifetime member of the Pi Alpha Alpha, National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration.