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Commissioner Stefanie Krevda is stepping down from IURC

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Commissioner Stefanie Krevda is stepping down from IURC

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indiana Utility Regulatory (IURC) Commissioner Stefanie Krevda notified Governor Eric J. Holcomb of her plans to resign from the IURC Commission to spend more time with her young family. She will continue her term through April 2023.

Krevda has served as a commissioner for the IURC Commission since her 2018 appointment and 2022 reappointment by Governor Holcomb. As one of the five commissioners for IURC, Krevda has made decisions to ensure utilities are safe and reliable for all Hoosiers while providing reasonable rates.

Prior to her position as the Commissioner, Krevda served as an IURC staff member. Before her time working with the commission, she acted as the Chief of Staff and Interim Director for the Indiana State Personnel Department.

The Indiana Regulatory Commission Nominating Committee will convene to evaluate candidates to fill the position after her departure. They will then submit the nominations of three individuals to the governor, and he will decide who will fill the vacated position. Former IURC chair woman Carol Stephan serves as the chair of the nominating committee.

The application and deadline information are available HERE.