THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES EVA S. TEIG AS UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE TO
THE SOUTHERN STATES ENERGY BOARD
President Clinton today announced his intent to appoint Eva S. Teig as United States Representative to the Southern States Energy Board (SSEB).
Ms. Eva S. Teig, of Richmond, Virginia, is currently the Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Corporate Communication for Dominion Resources, the parent company of Virginia Power. In this capacity, she is responsible for corporate communications, advertising and media relations; community affairs and philanthropy; state and federal government affairs and public policy; and economic development. From 1990 to 1999, Ms. Teig worked for Virginia Power where she was named Vice President for Government Affairs, Vice President for Public Affairs and in 1997, Sr.Vice President for External Affairs and Corporate Communications. Prior to joining Virginia Power, Ms. Teig spent nearly two decades in local and state government service, beginning as an urban planner with the city of Portsmouth, Virginia, and culminating as Secretary of Health and Human Resources in the Baliles administration from 1986 to 1990.
Ms. Teig received a B.A. from Hood College and an M.A. in government and public administration from American University.
The SSEB is a public non-profit interstate compact agency that serves as the regional energy and environmental representative for up to 16 states from Texas to Maryland, and the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The SSEB provides technical staff support, policy and program development, implementation, and information services to member jurisdictions. The party states recognize that the proper employment of nuclear energy, facilities, materials, and products can assist substantially in the industrialization of the South and the development of a balanced economy for the region.