Rick Dyer joined Clark Public Utilities in 1983. As the Director of Finance and Treasurer, his leadership ranges across broad functions including: financial reporting, treasury, budgeting, rate-making, employee benefits, field services, human resources, and office services.
In his thirty years at the customer-owned utility, Rick has served on numerous industry boards and advisory committees related to statewide tax issues and national governmental accounting standards. His demonstrated ability to build consensus across diverse groups of stakeholders has led to leadership opportunities in both legislative and industry policy-making efforts.
Rick holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Portland. He is also a certified public accountant and, prior to joining Clark Public Utilities, worked for the regional accounting firm, Moss Adams.
Outside of the office, Rick has been involved in scouting activities and has coached Little League baseball. Now with a handful of grandkids in tow, he occasionally enjoys fly-fishing and golf in his free time.
Aidan McSheffrey serves as Associate General Manager and Chief Financial Executive for Salt River Project (SRP). He has been with SRP for 22 years. In his current role, Mr. McSheffrey is responsible for Corporate Operations Services, Financial Services, Corporate Accounting, IT Services and Cyber Security.
Mr. McSheffrey began his career at SRP in 1992 as an analyst in the Corporate Pricing group and held a variety of positions within that group until becoming manager of Corporate Pricing. Prior to becoming Associate General Manager, he served as Manager of Financial Services and Corporate Treasurer. Mr. McSheffrey has represented SRP on the Large Public Power Council (LPPC) rates committee, the Demand Response Coordinating Council and most recently on the LPPC Tax and Finance Task Force.
Mr. McSheffrey currently serves on the Western Energy Institute’s Board of Directors and is also a Board Member for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix.
Mr. McSheffrey earned a Master of Science degree in economics from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from Northern Arizona University.