Judy Stokey

Vice President of Government and Community Relations


Judy Stokey serves as Vice President of Government and Community Relations for NV Energy, Nevada’s largest electric utility. In this capacity, she oversees government relations for both northern and southern Nevada as well as the company’s community relations initiatives in southern Nevada.

She plays an integral role on the NV Energy Foundation Board, which provides funding to Nevada organizations that support education, the environment, youth development, arts and multicultural outreach and health and human services.

An avid volunteer herself, Judy’s passion for the arts and helping children is evident in the organizations she has supported and led. In addition to serving as a board member for the Children’s Discovery Museum and Metro Arts, she is a past board member of the American Red Cross, Junior Achievement, Nevada Arts Advocate and Nevada Citizens for the Arts. Judy is also a Leadership Las Vegas graduate and member of the United Way of Southern Nevada’s Women’s Leadership Council. Additionally, she was the recipient of the 2001 Nevada Citizen of Distinction Award from the Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow and the 2006 Woman of Distinction Glass Ceiling Award from the National Association of Women Business Owners.

She began her career with NV Energy more than 30 years ago.  Through the years, she advanced through various departments in the company, including system planning and operations, resource planning, regulatory, communications, public policy and, finally, government affairs. Her vast experience in the utility industry makes her a vital source of information for lawmakers at the federal, state and local levels and a key member of the NV Energy team.

A long-time Las Vegan, Judy is a proud graduate of Chaparral High School. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of Phoenix.

Judy is an avid cook, devoted wife to her husband of more than 28 years, Warren; mom to two children, Barbi and Kyle, and proud “Mimi” to her granddaughter.

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