Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

PGE is committed to conducting business in conformance with the highest behavioral standards and in compliance with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements.
Board of Directors
Corporate Officers

Board Committees

Independent Director Audit Committee Compensation and Human Resources Committee Finance Committee Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee
John W. Ballantine Independent Director Compensation and Human Resources Committee Finance Committee
Rodney L. Brown Jr. Independent Director Finance Committee Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee
Jack E. Davis Independent Director Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee
David A. Dietzler Independent Director Audit Committee Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee
Kirby A. Dyess Independent Director Audit Committee Compensation and Human Resources Committee
Mark B. Ganz Independent Director Audit Committee Compensation and Human Resources Committee
Kathryn J. Jackson Independent Director Compensation and Human Resources Committee Finance Committee
Neil J. Nelson Independent Director Audit Committee Compensation and Human Resources Committee
M. Lee Pelton Independent Director Finance Committee Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee
Charles W. Shivery Independent Director Audit Committee Finance Committee
= Independent Director = Chairperson = Member = Chairman of the Board

Committee Charters

Document Type

Finance Committee

Audit Committee

Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Charter

Compensation and Human Resources Committee Charter

Communications to the Board of Directors

Read PGE's process for handling communications to the Board of Directors and Board Committees.

Corporate Governance Guidelines

Read the guidelines adopted by the Board of Directors to assist in the exercise of its responsibilities.

Code of Business Ethics and Conduct

This Code of Business Ethics and Conduct (Code of Ethics), which has been approved by the Board of Directors, expresses the principles, policies and practices every director, officer and employee of Portland General Electric Company and its subsidiaries (PGE or the Company) should use when conducting the Company's business.

Code of Ethics

On March 14, 2006, the Board of Directors adopted the Code of Ethics for Chief Executive and Senior Financial Officers, replacing in its entirety the PGE Accounting and Reporting Code of Ethics.

Sustainability Policy

Learn more about PGE's Sustainability Policy, which calls for a balanced approach in making business decisions that considers our economic, environmental and social responsibilities.