Carlos Tejeda has been a resident of Bullhead City since 1989, Carlos Tejeda has been District 2 Director since 1996. He is the current treasurer and has served in that capacity since 2001.
Tejeda has attained a Credentialed Cooperative Director Certificate through course work offered by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, a recognized measurement of competency on key current issues and has taken advanced course studies to attain the Board Leader Certificate. Tejeda was awarded the NRECA Gold Director Certificate in January 2016. He regularly updates skills through course training and workshops in the electrical utility field. Tejeda also serves on the Board of Directors for the Grand Canyon State Electric Cooperative Association.
Tejeda received the Touchstone Energy Power and Hope Recognition Award in April 2011, a program that recognizes cooperative directors and employees who have gone above and beyond to help co-op members in need.
An alumnus of the University of Wisconsin, UCLA and USC, Tejeda holds an Associate of Arts Degree and is a graduate of the American Institute of Banking. He has also completed course work in humanities, personnel administration, economics, commercial law and accounting. Tejeda retired after a 43-year career in international banking.
A former board member of the International Bankers Association, he served as Treasurer on the board of directors of the Kiwanis Bullhead City Morning Club.