Mark J. Ferron
|Mark J. Ferron|
|California Public Utilities Commission|
|2011 - 2014|
|Elections and appointments|
|Appointed by||Governor Jerry Brown (D)|
|Bachelor's||University of Notre Dame|
Ferron spent 25 years in global finance, banking and operations. From 2001 to 2009 he worked as chief operating officer for the Global Markets Division of Deutsche Bank in London. Before joining Deutsche Bank, Ferron was a vice president at Salomon Brothers from 1994 to 1996, and was a vice president at Bank of America from 1986 to 1994.
Immediately prior to his appointment to the CPUC, he was a senior partner at the Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund and a board fellow of the New Teacher Center.
- University of Notre Dame, B.S. in mathematics
- Stanford University, Master’s degree in economics
California Public Utilities Commission (2011-2014)
Ferron was appointed to the California Public Utilities Commission by Gov. Jerry Brown on March 22, 2011. He resigned from the CPUC on January 15, 2014, citing health reasons, and Brown appointed Michael Picker to replace him for the remainder of his term, which was scheduled to run through the end of 2014.
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- CPUC "Biography" accessed September 27, 2012
- Sacramento Business Journal, "Governor appoints SMUD board member to utilities commission," January 30, 2014
- California Public Utilities Commission, "CPUC welcomes new commissioner," January 29, 2014
- U-T San Diego, "Governor Brown names financier to PUC," March 22, 2011
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