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Operational EIPC Program Manager with a solid grasp of sustainable resource planning, cost containment and energy and transmission resource planning requirements that serve as the foundation of tactical initiatives, strategic energy planning and performance management platforms that ensure viability in a volatile and challenging economic climate. Solid leader and communicator with the ability to gain traction for sustainable energy direction, secure alignment and key program representation for long-term objectives.

Core Competencies
Sustainability Action Planning • Energy Resource Planning • Negotiations • Team Leadership • Communications • Mentoring • Analysis & Planning • Electric Industry Knowledge • Conflict Resolution • Consensus Builder


New York Power Authority (NYPA), White Plains • NY 1988 – Present
EIPC Program Manager (2010 – Present)
Senior Economist II (2008 – 2010)
Senior Economist I (2005 – 2008)
Electrical Engineer and System Planning Engineer (Prior to 2005)
Successfully representing the interests of the New York Power Authority, New York, the Northeast, and Public Power Organizations as an elected member of the EIPC’s Stakeholder Steering Committee (SSC), in the 40 Eastern Interconnection states to the Committee. Key participation in the development of Governance for collaborative and varied taskforce and working groups to develop and recommend initial eighty scenarios and sensitivities for macroeconomic studies and the final three scenarios for more detailed transmission analysis. Final Scenarios could provide a variety of potential federal policies, levels of implantation (e.g. regional versus national) and levels of transmission build-outs Participate in discussions and negotiations among the SSC members (representing various electric industry sectors) to reach consensus on scenario studies. Hosted and led Public Power meetings to update and receive input regarding the EIPC and participated in meeting with NYPA upper management and New York and New England representatives to actively discuss the issues and common interests.
Key Highlights:
• Represented NYPA as an Alternate Member of the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) Management Committee, Business Issues Committee and representing NYPA on the NYISO working groups.
• Participated in determination of NYPA wholesale market policy decisions, and represented NYPA in New York’s Transmission Owners Technical Committee, assisting in development of common transmission Owner positions on Energy Market and Planning issues.
• Close collaboration with NYPA’s legal department, providing lead and comments on business issues in NYPA and Common Transmission Owner FERC regulatory filings and litigation.


MA, Psychology
New School for Social Research, New York • NY – 2000

BA, Engineering Management
University of Texas at Austin • TX – 1985

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