Tell us about your job at Exelon.
As a Sr. Business Development Manager, I am responsible for acquiring new business, retaining existing customers, providing excellent customer service and implementing energy strategies; Identifying, prospecting and contacting high-level decision makers and cultivating client relationships; Developing energy plans/strategies and preparing client presentations to facilitate closing multi-million dollar energy sales transactions; Understanding customer business objectives, price/risk tolerances; Working with internal resources to develop energy hedging strategies that match the customer’s needs; Utilizing project management skills to coordinate various internal functional groups in for Retail Commitments Committee (RCC) and Transaction Leadership Committee (TLC) meetings; Possessing outstanding communication skills with the ability to present to C-Level executives and senior decision makers.
What made you want to work for Exelon?
I knew a few people that worked here and they really enjoyed working for the company. I found the energy industry interesting. My degree is in Finance and I figured I could apply that knowledge to a role at Exelon since the energy and the financial markets have similarities.
What do you like most about working for Exelon?
I love the people at my job/on my team. Everyone is so smart, hardworking and willing to help and that it inspires me to want to do my best. I love that I learn something new every day as a Sr. Business Development Manager and have varied experiences.
I love that my job is challenging and that I have the power to positively affect customers.There are many opportunities for growth at Constellation/Exelon – since there are so many business units and companies under the Exelon umbrella, the possibilities for growth and job mobility are endless. I love that Exelon fosters a work environment that allows employees to take time from their day-to-day operations to help the communities they live and work in (volunteerism).
What activities do you participate in outside of work?
I am a mentor/big sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Maryland: the program matches qualified volunteers with children to create mentoring relationships.