RETAIL ENERGY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES 2018 OFFICERS AND STATE CHAIRS

January 22, 2018

California, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington DC

Harrisburg, PA – The Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA), the nation’s leading trade association representing competitive retail energy suppliers, has announced its officers and state chairs for 2018. These newly elected officers were confirmed during RESA’s annual meeting last month, and will form the association’s executive committee.

 

RESA’s officers effective Jan. 1, 2018 are:

 

  • President – Darrin Pfannenstiel (Stream)

  • First Vice President – Matt White (IGS Energy)

  • Second Vice President – Alexandrea Isaac (Starion Energy)

  • Secretary – Ritchie Hudson (Constellation)

  • Treasurer – Brenda Crockett-McNew (Champion Energy Services)

 

RESA members responsible for leading state and federal advocacy efforts as the 2018 Electric Caucus chairs are:

 

  • California – Inger Goodman (Just Energy)

  • Illinois – Blake Birch (Nordic Energy)

  • Maryland/DC/Delaware – Kristina Montgomery (Just Energy)

  • Nevada –  Ned Ross (Direct Energy)

  • New England – Marc Hanks (Direct Energy)

  • New Jersey – Rob Gibbs (Direct Energy)

  • New York – Kandi Terry (Just Energy)

  • Ohio – Jack Keegan (Just Energy)

  • Pennsylvania – Tony Cusati (IGS Energy)

  • Emerging Markets – Alexandrea Isaac (Starion Energy)

  • Federal – Joe Oliker (IGS Energy)

 

RESA members responsible for leading state and federal advocacy as the 2018 Natural Gas Caucus chairs are:

  • Illinois – John Slocum (Constellation)

  • Maryland/DC/Virginia – Tony Cusati (IGS Energy)

  • Michigan – Jay O’Bryant (IGS Energy)

  • New Jersey – Rob Gibbs (Direct Energy)

  • New York – Angela Schorr (Direct Energy)

  • Ohio – Mike Nugent (IGS Energy)

  • Pennsylvania – Tony Cusati (IGS Energy)

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