Brent and Rhonda Bailey
Brent was proud be the Republican nominee in the last election. Since then, he never stopped working to ensure fair and reasonable utility rates for all Mississippians. This includes participating in numerous rule-making proceedings and representing the interests of customers at the Mississippi Public Service Commission.
Brent Bailey currently serves as State Activities Coordinator with the 25x’25 Initiative, working with a broad cross-section of Mississippians and Southeastern stakeholders to mobilize support for energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions and to convey consumers’ role in a new national energy strategy. Brent also works with agriculture and forestry leaders to identify resiliency and adaptation measures that ensure food and energy security, economic development and conservation goals are met.
A sixth generation Mississippian, Brent has lived in Madison County with his wife Rhonda for the past 17 years. A graduate of Carthage High School, he also attended East Central Community College before transferring to MSU and earning a degree in engineering while earning a letter and scholarship as a football walk-on. Before joining the 25x’25 Initiative, he has worked at private companies and nonprofit organizations, including Pickering, Inc. and Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation.
Brent is a member of the Mississippi Farm Bureau, Barnett Reservoir Foundation, and National Rifle Association, and he is active with numerous state and regional initiatives focusing on natural resource conservation and fair energy policies. He received the MSU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Alumni Achievement Award for contributions to the economic viability of the state agriculture and forestry sectors.
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