WASHINGTON, D.C. – Janet Sena informed NERC’s Board of Trustees of her plans to retire, effective February 29. She will remain in her leadership role as senior vice president of External Affairs and begin transitioning her duties through the end of the year. Sena has served as NERC’s senior vice president of External Affairs for 14 years, responsible for evaluating legislative policies, identifying their impacts on the company and devising strategies for their resolution.
During her tenure at NERC, Sena was responsible for building an External Affairs team to support the Electric Reliability Organization’s mission and goals. She grew capabilities from a department of one to a successful team of Legislative and Communications professionals. She established key partnerships with federal, state and provincial regulators as well as with industry stakeholders.
“Throughout her time at NERC, Janet has been a dedicated and tireless advocate for all matters related to reliability and security. She used her wealth of experience and knowledge to better position NERC’s work and to garner the recognition deserved as the independent voice for reliability,” said Jim Robb, president and chief executive officer. “Janet served as an important counselor to me and the Board of Trustees in navigating the often-complex environment of Washington, D.C.”
A search for her replacement will begin in 2024.
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