Cheryl Mele


Vice President of Customer Care & Corporate Communications, El Paso Electric

Cheryl is excited to join the TEPRI board at a critical time in the energy sector as technological advances and cost reductions support a more sustainable energy future and lead to more empowered customers. Vertically integrated, regulated utilities like EPE are charged with delivering reliable and affordable energy to support safety, economic development and quality of life for customers. In the unique borderplex region EPE serves, customers are excited to see growth in solar, storage and transportation electrification and easier access to affordable energy efficiency programs that will make a positive impact to our environment.