Contact RRSC Council Members

The council consists of up to 20 members representing people across the Tennessee Valley who are interested in TVA’s management of the region’s natural resources.

The council’s purpose is to gather advice from all sectors so that TVA can respond in a responsible way to the needs of people across the region. The council invites public input into its deliberations. In fact, the main reason the body exists is to increase public participation in the decision-making process.

TVA appoints a designated federal officer to facilitate the planning of the council’s meetings and reporting of its activities to the public. That office is currently being held by Joe Hoagland, TVA's vice president of stakeholder relations.

To read information about the ninth-term council members or to contact them directly, click on the links below.

About the RRSC

Comprised of members of regional government, customers, academia and advocacy groups, the Regional Resource Stewardship Council helps advise TVA in its efforts to manage the Tennessee River system against competing priorities and still provide maximum recreational benefit for all the residents of the Tennessee Valley. To learn more about the RRSC, click here.