Governor Eric Holcomb has made another appointment to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. Stefanie Krevda, who most recently served as executive director of external affairs at the IURC, fills the vacancy created by the expiration of Angela Weber’s term.

Krevda has previously served as chief of staff and interim director of the State Personnel Department, special assistant to the chief executive officer at Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation, and a legislative and policy aide to former governor Mitch Daniels.

This is the second appointment to the IURC in as many months for Holcomb. In March, the governor appointed former state representative David Ober to fill a vacant spot on the commission following the retirement of former chairman Jim Atterholt.

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