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National Recognition for Supplier Diversity
National Recognition for Supplier Diversity
Anita Jackson, Chief of Staff; Frank Kelly, Diverse Business Enablement Manager, BGE Pat Vincent-Collawn, Chairman, Edison Electric Institute (EEI)

Anita Jackson, Chief of Staff, and Frank Kelly, Diverse Business Enablement Manager, accept the overall Business Diversity Excellence Award from Chairman Pat Vincent-Collawn (right) of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI). BGE's efforts to improve business diversity and inclusion were recognized during the 2018 Business Diversity Awards in Fort Worth, Texas, last month.

“It's a great honor to be recognized by EEI for our diversity and inclusion efforts. We're always looking for innovative ways to build diverse perspectives into our business, including through our suppliers and contractors. It enhances our ability to serve our customers and strengthens our community," commented Frank Kelly. “It's not a coincidence that as we've expanded our network of suppliers, we've also achieved our best performance in many areas.”


Edison Electric Institute (EEI) honors Baltimore Gas Electric (BGE), an Exelon Company with its Business Diversity Excellence Award recently at their annual convention in Fort Worth, Texas.

“Since the arrival of Calvin G. Butler, Jr., CEO of BGE, the empowering public energy utility company has transformed its internal inclusive culture along with captivating Greater Baltimore as well. BGE has changed our corporate community forever, in terms of supplier diversity with more major corporations adopting a Focus Forward Spending Approach, said Wayne R. Frazier, Sr., President of Md. Washington Minority Companies Association (MWMCA).

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