Ruth Kiselewich has 25 years of experience in the utility industry, including eight years leading Baltimore Gas & Electric Company's (BGE) demand side management (DSM) programs involving more than a million customers. She has developed policy and planned, designed, and implemented energy efficiency programs for all customer segments. She also led and enhanced residential demand response programs and the residential smart meter enabled, customer-facing programs involving dynamic pricing and behavioral programs.
Ms. Kiselewich also was responsible for marketing, reporting, and regulatory activities involving all of the DSM programs. Other utility experience included leading the electric retail supplier account management group where she was focused on promoting deregulation and customer supply choice. Prior to deregulation in Maryland, Ms. Kiselewich negotiated supply contracts with large commercial and industrial customers.
Prior to her utility experience, Ms. Kiselewich spent 13 years in the financial services industry developing innovative products and services. She also implemented and managed market research, marketing, advertising, sales, and public relations.
Ms. Kiselewich holds an M.B.A. from Loyola University and both a B.A. and an M.A. in German from The Johns Hopkins University.