Member since: 2013

Nina Plaushin is Vice President, Regulatory and Federal Affairs for ITC Holdings Corp., the largest independent electricity transmission company in the U.S.  Ms. Plaushin has more than 25 years' experience managing government and regulatory policy at the federal and state levels. She is responsible for the company's federal and regional regulatory functions. 

She also heads ITC's Washington, D.C., office and is responsible for federal affairs activities. Prior to joining ITC, Ms. Plaushin served as Vice President of External Affairs at WPPI Energy, a regional power company serving 50 customer-owned electric utilities in Wisconsin, Michigan's Upper Peninsula and Iowa. In this capacity, she was responsible for federal and state government relations activities for the company as well as corporate communications. She was Director of Government and Regulatory Affairs at Wisconsin-based American Transmission Company, which included regulatory oversight of the company's environmental and permitting functions. Ms. Plaushin also served as Manager of Federal Regulatory Affairs at PPL, an investor-owned utility headquartered in Allentown, Pa., in its Washington, D.C., office.

Ms. Plaushin assisted a variety of energy and environmental clients as Vice President at Hill & Knowlton, one of the largest communications consulting firms in the world, and Van Ness, Feldman & Curtis, a DC-based law firm. Before entering the private sector, she worked for several members of Congress including Senator Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. (R-CT), Senator Spark Matsunaga (D-HI), and C. Thomas McMillen (D-MD).

Ms. Plaushin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. She serves as board chair of Americans for Clean Energy Grid. She is a member of the Keystone Energy Board and serves as a board member for the WIRES Coalition. Nina also served as Chair of the EEI Energy Delivery Executive Advisory Committee 2016-2018