A five-person Board of Trustees governs our natural gas and electric utility. The Board consists of citizens representing the four geographical quadrants of the city of San Antonio. Trustees must reside within the quadrant that they represent. Board members serve for a term of five years and are eligible to serve an additional term. The mayor of San Antonio serves as an ex-officio member.
The Board meets on the last Monday of each month at 1:00 p.m. in the Board Meeting Room located on the first floor of the CPS Energy Main Office Building located at 145 Navarro.
CPS Energy is currently accepting applications from residents who are eligible to serve and who reside in the Southwest Quadrant 4 for an upcoming vacancy on its Board of Trustees.
Vacancy for SW Quadrant 4:
Contact CPS Energy's Board of Trustees or Board Relations Manager, Denae Myers:
Northeast Quadrant 2
John Steen represents the northeast quadrant of CPS Energy's service area. He is an attorney who previously served as the 108th Texas Secretary of State and as a commissioner of the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Southwest Quadrant 4
Dr. Homer Guevara Jr., an economics and government professor at Northwest Vista College, represents the southwestern quadrant of CPS Energy's service territory.
Southeast Quadrant 3
Dr. Willis Mackey, a retired public school administrator and current consultant to school districts across the state, represents the southeast quadrant of CPS Energy’s service area.
Northwest Quadrant 1
Edward Kelley represents the northwest quadrant of CPS Energy's service area. Kelley served as President and CEO of USAA Real Estate before retiring in 2005 after 17 years of service.
Ron Nirenberg, as current mayor of San Antonio, serves as an ex-officio member of the Board of Trustees. He will remain on the Board through his current mayoral term.