Nicole Law, a resident of Titus, was appointed to CAEC’s Board of Trustees to fill the position formerly held by retiree, David Kelley. She began her term of service on Nov. 15, 2018. Law has since earned the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) Credentialed Cooperative Director and Board Leadership certificates as well as maintains the Director Gold certificate. Law, along with the other CAEC Trustees, serves on the only Board in the nation to be 100 percent Board member commitment at the Leadership Circle level and spouse at the President’s Club level to the nonpartisan political action committee, Action Committee for Rural Electrification (ACRE).
She currently serves on the Board of Central Access, Inc., the broadband subsidiary of CAEC.
Law has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Auburn University. She formerly served as office manager for her husband’s (David) law practice, where they provided legal services to the people of Rockford and the surrounding areas for 12 years until David became the circuit judge for the 40th Judicial Circuit.
Law serves on the Montgomery Area Council on Aging; Coosa County Historical Society as Membership Chair and Treasurer; and Treasurer of the Coosa County Republican Party.
Law’s family has been in Elmore and Coosa Counties for over 175 years and her grandfather, T.C. “Cliff” Sample, was a member of CAEC’s Board from August 1971 until May 1994.
She and David have three sons, Justin, 29, Jeremy, 28, Matthew, 17; a daughter, Madison, 23; grandson, Brantley, 4; and granddaughter, Mary Blake, one year.