Art Graham

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Art Graham
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Florida Public Service Commission
In office
July 2010 - Present
Term ends
January 2014
Years in position 5
Chairman, Florida Public Service Commission
January 1, 2014-present
Chairman, Florida Public Service Commission
October 2010 – January 1, 2012
Base salary$125,000
Elections and appointments
AppointedJuly 2010
Appointed byGovernor Charlie Crist
Term limitsN/A
Prior offices
Jacksonville City Council
2003 – 2010
Bachelor'sGeorgia Institute of Technology (1987)
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Art Graham is a member of the Florida Public Service Commission, the state body charged with regulating the state's utility companies. He was first appointed to this position in July 2010 by Gov. Charlie Crist.[1] Graham is currently serving his second term as chair of the commission. He held the chairmanship from October 2010-January 2012, and then resumed the leadership role on January 1, 2014.[2]


Graham served as President of ART Environemental Consulting Services from 2005-2009. He also worked as Senior Process Engineer at Georgia Pacific LLC from 1995-2007, Recovery Engineer for Georgia Pacific Pulp and Paper from 1995-2002, Sales Engineer for Betz PaperChem from 1991-1995, and was employed at Goodyear Tire and Rubber from 1988-1991.[3]


  • BE, Chemical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1987

Political career

Florida Public Service Commission (2010-Present)

Graham has served on the PSC since 2010. He chaired the commission from October 2010-January 1, 2012, and resumed the leadership post on January 1, 2014.[4]

Jacksonville City Council (2003-2010)



Graham was re-appointed to the Florida Public Service Commission by Gov. Rick Scott (R) in February 2011, two days after withdrawing his appointment.[5]


Graham was first appointed to the Florida Public Service Commission by Gov. Charlie Crist in July 2010. Crist stated, "Art has a great track record of public service during the past 12 years, and as a councilman, he has already worked to protect utility consumers. His experience in the private sector has given him an understanding of the importance of ensuring the private sector’s responsible use of resources.”[6]

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