The Alliance’s Leadership
Vice President of Federal Affairs
Board Member Since June 2022
Jessica, along with a strong and well-connected government relations team, serves as TVA’s liaison with federal officials within the United States Senate, House of Representatives, executive branch and other federal agencies.
Hogle mostly recently comes to TVA from PG&E Corporation, where she served as Vice President of Federal Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer. In this dual role overseeing both federal government relations and corporate sustainability, she was responsible for building relationships at the national level with NGOs, trade associations, advocacy organizations, and other key stakeholders, and integrating sustainability into the company’s business strategy.
Hogle has held several other roles of national significance, including as Director of Political and Legislative Affairs for the Portland Cement Association.
She also serves on several boards of directors, including Future Forum Foundation and Running Start, an organization dedicated to encouraging more young women to pursue political office. Hogle has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of the South in Sewanee, TN.
Jessica and her husband have two children and make their home in Arlington, Virginia just outside Washington, D.C.
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