Managers, Directors, Analysts
For Washington State's Utilities and Transportation Commission, Emilie Brown is Media and Communications Manager, Bridgit Feeser is Assistant Director for Consumer Protection, Sheri Hoyt is Investigator 3, and John Cupp is Regulatory Analyst.
There is much going on at Washington's Utilities and Transportation Commission. Including implementation of the shiny new Clean Energy Transformation Act or CETA, requiring that state's electric utilities to transition to one hundred percent clean power by 2045. Signed into law last year, the devil is in the details, as here you hear Commission Staff grapple with the intricacies.
PUF: Emilie, you're Media and Communications Manager. Talk about your role at the Commission.
Emilie Brown: As the Media and Communications Manager at the Utilities and Transportation Commission, I am the Commission spokesperson, and I manage our communications team. I'm the main point of contact for any reporters, including print media, radio, and TV, and I also work on our external communications. When we have big rulemakings or rate changes, or other issues that impact regulated companies or the public, we send out news releases and other communications to educate the public.
PUF: Sheri, you're an Investigator 3. Talk about your role at the Commission.