Va., Md., Del. electric cooperatives association names president, CEO
Brian S. Mosier promoted
The board of directors of the Glen Allen-based Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives (VMDAEC) announced Monday that Brian S. Mosier has been named president and CEO, effective April 1.
He succeeds Richard G. Johnstone Jr., who is retiring after a 36-year career with the association. Mosier has been with VMDAEC since 2013 and has served as vice president of government affairs, vice president of member and government relations and chief operating officer.
“Brian is a proven leader who is well-known and well-regarded by our member systems, with a strong track record of success in all of the positions he’s held,” VMDAEC Board Chair Patricia S. “Pat” Dorey said in a statement.
Mosier has also previously worked with the Union Power Cooperative in North Carolina and the Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative in Chase City. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
VMDAEC provides safety and training, communications and legislative services to 15 electric cooperatives in Virginia, Maryland and Delaware.