Anderson is Independent Director of Exelon Corp. Our values are part of our daily operations and our commitment to the region.
He will remain based in Baltimore, Md. A technical error has occurred. He also is a member of the board of directors of the Economic Club of Washington, D.
Innocenzo also was the emergency services supervisor in Philadelphia and a project engineer in Philadelphia and Montgomery counties.
Please contact our Customer Care Center if you have questions. He rose steadily in the ranks, attaining positions in gas metering and electrical distribution engineering, moved on to be manager of Field Operations, then manager of Gas Acquisition, and eventually director of Gas Operations. Much of his research and consulting activity has focused on the electric power industry, electricity pricing, fuel supply, demand, generating technology, and regulation.
Anderson oversaw a practice of 3, audit, tax, and transaction professionals serving clients through the Midwest.
Prior to that role, he served as senior vice president of Exelon and president of Exelon Power Team beginning in In that capacity, Mr.
Anderson currently serves on the boards of AAR Corp. There she was responsible for all IT systems for both customer facing and business support systems. Adams Executive Vice President, Exelon. Anderson is the chairman of the board of the Perspectives Charter School.
The library zone below is used to load resources. Gioia worked closely with the Edison Electric Institute, the U. Berzin is a director of Ingersoll-Rand plc, Chair of its finance committee, and a member of its audit committee, and previously served as a director of Kindred Healthcare, Inc. In that position, he oversaw the power marketing and trading function of Exelon's diversified generation portfolio. From — Admiral Mies was a director of McDermott International, an engineering and construction company focused on energy infrastructure, where he served on the audit and governance committees.
Barnett started his career at Arthur Andersen where he was an auditor for two years. For most of his career, he lived in Washington, D.
In that role, he oversaw one of the U. Following unanimous confirmation by the United States Senate, he was appointed by President Clinton to serve as assistant administrator for management at the U. Prior to this, Mr. Education Krick received a bachelor's degree in management from Rosemont College.