Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division welcomed Carlee M. McCullough, Esq., as the newest member of its Board of Commissioners. McCullough was appointed by Memphis Mayor A C Wharton, Jr. and approved by the Memphis City Council in September.
The native Memphian currently serves as general counsel of McCullough Law and was previously the contract compliance officer for the City of Memphis. She has served as legal advisor for the Memphis and Shelby County Music Commission as well as the Memphis and Shelby County Film & Television Commission.
A former certified public accountant, she is a graduate of Howard University School of Business and Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Calif., where she received her law degree. Among her many pursuits, she also writes a weekly business column for The New Tri-State Defender.
The five members of MLGW Board of Commissioners serve three-year terms and can be re-appointed by the Mayor.