Public Utilities Board

Alamedans have a voice in the policies and operation of Alameda Municipal Power through the City’s Public Utilities Board. Alamedans and other interested parties are encouraged to attend meetings of the Board.

For more information, please visit AMP’s website.

Residents of Alameda are invited to submit applications online or you can download here(PDF, 311KB) and file with the City Clerk’s office via hand delivery or mail (2263 Santa Clara Avenue, Room 380, Alameda, CA 94501), via email ( or via fax (510-865-4048).
Applications are valid for one year. Applicants are considered for any vacancies which occur during the year their application is valid. If you remain interested in serving and are not appointed within a year of submitting your application, please be sure to submit a new, updated application.  


Additional information on the application and appointment process is available here. 

Regular meetings are generally held on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. They take place in City Hall Council Chambers, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue. Meetings also may take place at the AMP Service Center, 2000 Grand Street.

Agendas and meeting materials are posted on AMP’s website by 5 p.m. a week prior to the meeting.

For Public Utilities Board and AMP information, please contact Hayley Wise by phone at (510) 748‐3908 or (510) 522‐7538 (TDD number) or by email at


Four commissioners are appointed to the Board by the Mayor with the concurrence of the City Council, in accordance with the City Charter. The Alameda City Manager also sits on the Board, as an ex officio fifth commissioner. The commissioners establish goals, approve major purchases, set direction, and create the framework for local control for the utility.

pub ann mccormick 2Ann McCormick, P.E.

June 2013 - June 2021

PUB President McCormick brings more than 25 years of energy industry experience to the Board. In her professional life, she is a vice president at Willdan, which provides consulting and technical services to utilities, public agencies and private industry throughout the U.S. Prior to that position, she was a founding principal of Newcomb Anderson McCormick, a San Francisco-based energy engineering and management consulting firm. She was previously a vice president at EMCOR Energy Services.

President McCormick’s work has encompassed all aspects of energy efficiency engineering, renewable energy procurement, program design, regulatory filing, management, implementation, reporting, process improvement and evaluation. She serves on the Board of Directors of the California Energy Efficiency Industry Council (CEEIC) and is an active member of numerous other professional and community organizations. She is a past president of the Bay Area Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and has served for many years as a Board Member of Women Energy Associates (WEA). She also served on the Public Utilities Board from 2000 to 2010.

President McCormick holds a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University. She is a Registered Mechanical Engineer in the state of California, a LEED Accredited Professional, and a Certified Energy Manager.

pub laura Giuntini 2Laura Giuntini

July 2015 - June 2023

Commissioner Laura Giuntini brings over 32 years of financial services experience with an extensive background in formulating strategic capital and expense plans. As a Senior Vice President at Wells Fargo, she manages teams across the United States that develop, monitor and invoke business continuity plans, conduct quality assurance reviews, and build technology platforms that support reporting and operations.

Ms. Giuntini has managed corporate real estate functions including procurement, lease administration, project accounting and warehousing. 

She holds a B.S. in Managerial Economics from the University of California, Davis.

Ms. Giuntini also serves on the board of Bayside Montessori, and the What If? Foundation. She has been a member and president of school advisory boards and parent associations in Alameda and Berkeley.

pub jerry Serventi 2Jerry Serventi

February 2017 - June 2024

PUB Vice-President  Serventi brings over 35 years of engineering expertise to the Public Utilities Board. He retired as the director of engineering of the Port of Oakland after 30 years of service. In that role, he was responsible for the staffing, budgeting and management of the engineering division.

The division’s responsibilities included environmental planning and permitting; engineering planning, design and construction management; maritime facilities maintenance; and the port’s utilities administration operations.

Commissioner Serventi has served on the boards of the Bay Planning Coalition and the California Marine Affairs and Navigation Congress. He was active in the American Society of Civil Engineers’ ports and harbor committee. In addition, he has volunteered for the Encinal High School sports program, the West Alameda Business Association’s Design Review Committee, and his church.

Commissioner Serventi holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a licensed civil engineer in the state of California.

pub jeff gould 2Jeff Gould

August 2018 - June 2022

Jeff Gould has extensive experience in the building trades and more than 40 years of experience as a licensed specialty contractor. He also holds a bachelor’s degree from Southern Illinois University. He is a lifelong advocate for clean energy issues and an active member of the local non-profit environmental organization, Community Action for a Sustainable Alameda.