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Susan Duffy Nominated New KCC Commissioner

Susan Duffy Nominated New KCC Commissioner


            Susan Duffy was nominated by Kansas Governor Laura Kelly on March 18th to serve as a Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) Commissioner.  Duffy will replace KCC Commissioner Jay Emler, whose term expired in March 2019.  Duffy will now proceed through the Senate confirmation process. 

Duffy served as the KCC executive director from 2003-2011.  She has also worked in the Kansas Legislative Research Department, Kansas State Historical Society, Kansas Department of Revenue, and the Division of the Budget.  She has served as general manager of the Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority the last several years. 

             “My administration is focused on strengthening the KCC’s ability to serve the people of Kansas now and into the future,” said Governor Kelly.  “Susan Duffy has the skills and experience to enhance and improve how Kansas provides critical services in energy, telecom, natural resources, and transportation.”

            “Susan is a distinguished and experienced public service leader,” said KCC Chairman Dwight Keen.  “Kansas and the commission will significantly benefit from her service on the KCC.”

            Duffy will serve a term on the KCC through March 15, 2023 and is eligible for reappointment.  Duffy will join KCC Chairman Dwight Keen and Commissioner Shari Feist-Albrecht on the three-commissioner agency.

            KIOGA congratulates Susan Duffy and extend our best wishes for success!

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