SECO Energy congratulates District 3 Trustee Gerald Anderson on earning his Board Leadership Certificate (BLC) from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). The BLC is the second part of the NRECA’s Director Education Program. Mr. Anderson currently serves as Secretary/Treasurer on SECO’s Board of Trustees.
According to the NRECA, directors/trustees seeking the BLC must first complete the Credentialed Cooperative Director (CCD) certification. The BLC consists of a series of courses focusing in greater depth on specific industry and governance issues. These include issues such as risk management, power supply, parliamentary procedure, technology and policy development.
SECO Energy is a not-for-profit electric cooperative, operated for an owned by its members. SECO’s nine-member Board of Trustees consists of members who live in SECO’s service area. They are elected to oversee the governance of the cooperative. Each Trustee on the Board is elected by the members who reside in his/her District. Collectively, the Trustees are responsible for establishing, reviewing and revising corporate policies to ensure that SECO continues to preserve reliable, affordable service for all members.
Trustee Anderson who earned his CCD certification in November 2019 is proud to continue his education through the NRECA. Mr. Anderson stated, “I am excited to continue my NRECA Board education programs to better serve the members in District 3 and the SECO membership as a whole. The next step in my education plan is earning the Director Gold credential. It is an honor to serve on the SECO Energy’s Board of Trustees with my fellow elected cooperative members.”
CEO Jim Duncan stated, “Congratulations, Trustee Anderson, on earning your Board Leadership Certificate. I am thankful for your Board service and willingness to serve as your District’s representative on the SECO Energy Board as in an officer role as Secretary/Treasurer.”
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