Thomas H. Graham Promoted to Pepco Holdings Vice President, People Strategy & Human Resources


Pepco Holdings, Inc. (PHI), announced the promotion today of Thomas H.
Graham to the position of vice president, people strategy & human
resources, reporting directly to Joseph M. Rigby, chairman, president
and CEO of PHI. In his new role, Graham will be a member of PHI’s
executive leadership team. He previously served as president, Pepco
region. Graham will officially take over as vice president, people
strategy & human resources, effective Aug. 1. Until his successor is
named, he will continue as president and primary spokesperson for the
Pepco region.

Graham will be responsible for developing and implementing
enterprise-wide policies and programs encompassing all aspects of human
resource management including employment, employee and labor relations,
employee benefits, succession planning, compensation, performance
accountability, employee training, placement, organizational
development, diversity programs, compliance with applicable federal
laws, and management and employee assistance. PHI has more than 4,500
employees working across New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and the District
of Columbia and about 4,400 retirees throughout the United States.

“I am grateful to Tom for his outstanding service as president of the
Pepco Region for the past eight years and look forward to him bringing
his exceptional leadership skills and deep knowledge of the business to
his new senior executive position as PHI vice president, people strategy
& human resources,” said Rigby. “Tom has a keen ability to think
strategically, make sound business decisions and align to and model
PHI’s cultural beliefs. His leadership and experience will serve the PHI
community well.”

Graham has nearly three decades of experience working for Pepco and PHI
in a wide array of leadership capacities. He began his career at Pepco
in energy use management and served in progressively responsible
positions in customer care, design and construction, and government
affairs and public policy. He also was responsible for the design,
implementation and management of Pepco’s Customer Advisory Board, Trade
Ally Program and Community Partnership Program, which received two
industry excellence awards from the Edison Electric Institute and
Southeastern Electric Exchange.

Graham earned a bachelor’s degree as an honors student in business
management at the University of Tampa. He also completed the Executive
Education Program in financial management at the University of Michigan
and the Senior Executive Leadership Certificate Program at Georgetown

Graham is a member and leader in numerous community organizations
including serving on the board of the Center for Energy Workforce
Development (chair), Maryland Chamber of Commerce (chair) and PHI
Community Foundation (president). He is also affiliated with Leadership
Maryland, Leadership Montgomery, Leadership Prince George’s and American
Association of Blacks in Energy.

Graham has received numerous awards including being a recipient of the
Washington Business Journal Minority Business Leaders Award and being
recognized by The Daily Record in 2013 as one of the 50 most Influential

Pepco Holdings, Inc. (POM) is one of the largest energy
delivery companies in the Mid-Atlantic region, serving about 2 million
customers in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland and New
Jersey. PHI subsidiaries Pepco, Delmarva Power and Atlantic City
Electric provide regulated electricity service; Delmarva Power also
provides natural gas service. PHI also provides energy efficiency and
renewable energy services through Pepco Energy Services.


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