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Maggie   FitzPatrick

Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Philanthropy and Customer Engagement, Exelon Corporation


​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Maggie FitzPatrick joined Exelon as senior vice president, Corporate Affairs, Philanthropy and Customer Engagement, in 2016. She has oversight of communications, brand strategy, and customer engagement. She also oversees the distribution of nearly $50 million in annual giving from Exelon. FitzPatrick is responsible for the Exelon marketing communications infrastructure, and deepening trust and engagement with millions of customers in hundreds of communities served by the company.​​


​Our commitment to diversity and inclusion

Committing to diversity and inclusion is the right thing to do from both a business and a moral sense. It’s why Exelon is leading the industry in equal pay and family leave. At our 2017 Innovation Expo, Maggie Fitzpatrick, SVP of Corporate Affairs, reflected on the inclusive values Exelon puts into action every day. Watch why we want our employees to be free to be themselves at work​.


Professional History

FitzPatrick previously served as global chief communications officer and vice president of public affairs for Johnson & Johnson, the world's largest and most broadly-based healthcare company. FitzPatrick led a global team of more than 425 communicators and oversaw the modernization and transformation of Johnson & Johnson's global public affairs and communications infrastructure. She and her team implemented a customer-focused strategy to strengthen engagement initiatives across the company’s diverse businesses and brands.

Previously, FitzPatrick served as global chief communication officer and president of the foundation at Cigna, where she led a corporate re-branding program and directed communications for the company’s largest acquisition. Prior to that, FitzPatrick was executive vice president at APCO Worldwide, a global public affairs and strategic communications consultancy. She began her career working for a United States Senator and later advanced national community engagement programs for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.


Civic Involvement

FitzPatrick serves on the Arena Stage Board of Trustees and the board of Bright Beginnings​. She is also a member of The Seminar, a leading global communications consortium. ​



FitzPatrick holds a bachelor’s degree in English and Policy Studies from Syracuse University, and an M.A. in Public Policy from The George Washington University.​