Mandeep Chatha-Homer is a lobbyist, regulatory attorney and former legislative director with a broad and in-depth understanding of the legislative and regulatory process. Mandeep helps navigate, educate, and advocate on behalf of clients at the legislature as well as various state agencies.
Before joining Cross Oak, Mandeep was an attorney with the Public Utility Commission (PUC) representing the public interest in contested cases, rulemakings, and complicated issues relating to electric power, telecommunications, and water and sewer utilities; including coordinating the development, preparation and presentation of agency staff recommendations and testimony in contested cases as well as settlement proceedings. Additional experience includes private law practice, and as a fellowship prosecutor at another prominent Texas agency.
Mandeep earned her bachelors degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She earned her law degree and Masters of Business Administration from Texas Tech University.
Mandeep is a member of the Public Utility Law and Administrative Law Sections of the State Bar of Texas, and also dedicates much of her personal time to local charities.