Georgia Transmission Corporation Elects Board Officers and Directors – Georgia Transmission
During these uncertain times, Georgia Transmission wants to reassure EMC members across the state that we remain steadfast in our commitment to maintaining the state’s electric grid and providing reliable power for local EMCs. We have prepared for this moment. We have comprehensive plans, policies and procedures in place that will protect the health and safety of our associates, while helping keep the lights on for millions of Georgians.

Georgia Transmission Corporation Elects Board Officers and Directors

April 26, 2018

The Georgia Transmission Corporation board of directors re-elected officers at its board meeting held recently in Tucker, Ga.

Three officers will serve one-year terms: chairman – Charles Fendley, who is also chairman of the board at Amicalola EMC; vice chairman – Steve E. Rawl, Sr., who is first vice president of Okefenoke Rural EMC, and; secretary-treasurer – Otis P. Jones, who is also chairman of the board for Jackson EMC.

In addition, five directors – Raphael Brumbeloe, member at-large director, Everett Williams, scheduling member group 1 member director, Brad Thomas, scheduling member group 1 manager director, Michael Goodroe, scheduling manager group 3 manager director and Jill Tietjen, outside director – were re-elected at the annual meeting of members held in late March in Greensboro, Ga.

Since its inception 20 years ago, Georgia Transmission has:

  • Completed more than 3,200 transmission projects, including 870 miles of transmission lines and 250 substations;
  • Consistently improved reliability and achieved record low numbers for both the frequency and duration of power outages;
  • Earned two “best place to work” designations from Georgia Trend magazine and one from the Atlanta Business Chronicle; and
  • Received a favorable review from the SERC Reliability Corporation in their audit of Georgia Transmission’s compliance with North American Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection standards.


Contact: Terry Cullen
Phone: (770) 270-7207