About Commissioner Presley
Brandon Presley was elected Public Service Commissioner for the Northern
District of Mississippi in 2007 and re-elected in 2011, winning 28 of
the district's 33 counties. Elected to the Public Service Commission at
age 30, he was the youngest Commissioner ever elected in Mississippi.
Prior to his election to the Public Service Commission, he served as
Mayor of Nettleton from 2001 to 2007, having been elected at the age of
23, making him one of the youngest mayors in Mississippi history.
Commissioner Presley was recently elected First Vice President of the Southeastern Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, which is composed of Public Service Commissioners from the eleven (11) Southern States and Puerto Rico. He serves on the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) committees on Consumer Affairs and Water, and he previously served on NARUCís ad hoc Committee on Wireless Consumer Protections Standards. Commissioner Presley was elected by his peers to serve as Vice-President of the Entergy Regional State Committee (E-RSC) which is composed of state regulators from Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas and the City of New Orleans. He is a former member of the board of directors of the National Regulatory Research Institute (NRRI).
Commissioner Presley is past Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Itawamba Community College and former member of the Board of Directors of Gilmore Memorial Hospital. He is past Chairman of the Lee County Council of Governments and also served as President of the North Mississippi Mayorís Association.
Commissioner Presley, 35, is a lifelong resident of Nettleton, where he is a member of the Enon Primitive Baptist Church. He is past-President and current member of the Nettleton Lions Club and is a member of the Nettleton Civitan Club.