Travis Kavulla

NARUC First Vice President

Travis Kavulla is a public service commissioner in the State of Montana, first elected to office in 2010. He is involved in regional activities to promote efficient markets, the reliability of the grid, and a commonsense approach to air-quality regulations. He is the First Vice President of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. Previously, Mr. Kavulla worked as a journalist, serving as associate editor for National Review and contributing to many other publications. Mr. Kavulla earned his undergraduate degree at Harvard, and was a Gates Scholar at the University of Cambridge, England, where he obtained his Master's.