Nancy J. Moody is chair of the DTE Energy Foundation and vice president of public affairs for DTE Energy.
In addition to the foundation, Moody has responsibility for all corporate social responsibility (CSR) work, including volunteerism, community outreach, neighborhood revitalization, and the project management office for all other CSR activity. She also manages nonprofit board service for senior leadership to maximize impact in the communities where DTE serves.
Moody spent much of her career with the company as director of the state government affairs office, responsible for advancing the company’s interests on key public policy initiatives. Moody later served as director of Federal Government Affairs, where she managed DTE’s Washington D.C. office. In addition to her leadership as the company’s primary liaison with members of Congress and the President’s Administration, she represented DTE Energy on several national industry association policy committees. Moody chaired the National Campaign for Home Energy Assistance and was the president of the Michigan Business Group in Washington, D.C.
Moody is an executive board member of the Michigan Economic Development Foundation and the Michigan Colleges Alliance. She has been honored twice as the Child Advocate of the Year.