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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Mayo Shattuck

61 2013 Chairman of the Board

Christopher Crane

57 2012 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Jonathan Thayer

45 2012 Chief Financial Officer, Senior Executive Vice President

Craig Adams

63 2012 President and Chief Executive Officer of PECO

Calvin Butler

46 2014 Chief Executive Officer

Anne Pramaggiore

57 2012 President and Chief Executive Officer of ComEd

Paymon Aliabadi

53 2013 Executive Vice President, Chief Enterprise Risk Officer

Kenneth Cornew

51 2013 Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Commercial Officer

Denis O'Brien

55 2012 Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Executive Officer - Exelon Utilities

William Von Hoene

62 2012 Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer

Duane DesParte

52 2008 Senior Vice President, Corporate Controller

Maggie FitzPatrick

2016 Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs, Philanthropy and Customer Engagement

Nancy Gioia

55 2016 Director

Linda Jojo

50 2015 Director

Anthony Anderson

60 2013 Independent Director

Ann Berzin

63 2012 Independent Director

John Canning

72 2008 Independent Director

Yves De Balmann

69 2012 Independent Director

Nicholas DeBenedictis

70 2002 Independent Director

Paul Joskow

68 2007 Independent Director

Robert Lawless

69 2012 Independent Director

Richard Mies

71 2009 Independent Director

John Rogers

58 2000 Independent Director

Stephen Steinour

57 2007 Independent Director

Ravi Ganti

Vice President

Biographies

Name Description

Mayo Shattuck

Mr. Mayo A. Shattuck III, is Chairman of the Board of Exelon Corp. Mr. Shattuck is Chairman of the Board of Exelon Corporation. Previously, Mr. Shattuck served as the Executive Chairman from March 2012 to February 2013. Prior to joining Exelon, Mr. Shattuck was the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Constellation Energy, a position he held from 2001 to March 2012. Mr. Shattuck was previously at Deutsche Bank, where he served as Chairman of the Board of Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown and, during his tenure, served as Global Head of Investment Banking and Global Head of Private Banking. From 1997 to 1999, he served as Vice Chairman of Bankers Trust Corporation, which merged with Deutsche Bank in June 1999. From 1991 until 1997, Mr. Shattuck was President and Chief Operating Officer and a Director of Alex. Brown Inc., which merged with Bankers Trust in September 1997. Mr. Shattuck is the past Chairman of the Board of the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations and was previously a member of the executive committee of the board of Edison Electric Institute. He was also Co-Chairman of the Center for Strategic & International Studies Commission on Nuclear Policy in the United States. He currently serves on the board of directors of Gap Inc. and is chairman of its audit and finance committee. He also serves as a director of Capital One Financial Corporation, where he is chairman of its compensation committee

Christopher Crane

Mr. Christopher M. Crane is a President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company. Mr. Crane is President and Chief Executive Officer of Exelon Corporation. Previously, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer, Exelon and Exelon Generation from 2008 to 2012. In that role, he oversaw one of the U.S. industry’s largest portfolios of electric generating capacity, with a multi-regional reach and the nation’s largest fleet of nuclear power plants. He directed a broad range of activities including major acquisitions, transmission strategy, cost management initiatives, major capital programs, generation asset optimization and generation development. Mr. Crane is one of the leading executives in the electric utility and power industries. He is a member of the executive committee of the Edison Electric Institute and the board of directors of the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, the industry organization promoting the highest levels of safety and reliability in nuclear plant operation. He is vice chairman of the Nuclear Energy Institute, the nation’s nuclear industry trade association, where he has also served as chairman of the New Plant Oversight Committee and as a member of the Nuclear Strategic Issues Advisory Committee, the Nuclear Fuel Supply Committee and the Materials Initiative Group. Mr. Crane served as a director of Aleris International Inc. from 2010 through 2013 (manufacture and sale of aluminum rolled and extruded products), where he served on the compensation committee and as the chair of the nominating and corporate governance committee. Mr. Crane also serves as chair of the boards of directors of Exelon subsidiaries BGE, Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) and PECO Energy Company (PECO).

Jonathan Thayer

Mr. Jonathan W. Thayer is a Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President of Exelon Corporation. Prior to this, Mr. Thayer served as Vice President and Managing Director, Corporate Strategy and Development, of Constellation, Treasurer of Constellation, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, and Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Constellation.

Craig Adams

Mr. Craig L. Adams is President and Chief Executive Officer of PECO Energy company, a subsidiary of the Company. He was Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, PECO since 2007 - 2012.

Calvin Butler

Mr. Calvin G. Butler, Jr., serves as a Chief Executive Officer of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of the Company. Mr. Butler has served as BGE’s Senior Vice President, Regulatory and External Affairs since 2013. Before then, he served as Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs, of Exelon from 2011-2013, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, of Exelon from 2010-2011, and Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs, at Commonwealth Edison Company from 2009-2010.

Anne Pramaggiore

Ms. Anne R. Pramaggiore is a President and Chief Executive Officer of Commonwealth Pramaggiore, a subsidiary of the Company. She is Chief Executive Officer, ComEd since 2012; President, ComEd since 2009; Chief Operating Officer, ComEd from 2009 - 2012 and Executive Vice President, Customer Operations, Regulatory and External Affairs, ComEd from 2007 - 2009.

Paymon Aliabadi

Mr. Paymon Aliabadi is a Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer of the company., Before joining Exelon in 2013, Aliabadi served as principal and managing director of Gleam Capital Management, a start-up investment firm focused on developing, managing and operating an integrated and diversified portfolio of energy resources and infrastructure. Previously, he served as the Principal & Managing Director of Gunvor Global Energy, a division of Gunvor International, a private oil trading firm in Geneva, Switzerland. Under his vision, leadership and management, Gunvor successfully transformed from an oil trading platform into one of the world’s leading energy trading companies and a recognized market leader in global coal & freight, emissions & renewables, LNG & natural gas and power trading. Prior to joining Gunvor, Aliabadi was the CEO of Essent Trading (the largest energy company in The Netherlands. As CEO, he transformed the group from a regional gas and power portfolio manager to a global energy trading market leader by entering into new commodities, markets and activities with focus on operational excellence, enhanced value creation and improved asset optimization while delivering consistent growth and outstanding performance for five consecutive years. Prior to joining Essent, Aliabadi served as the Vice President of Commodities for Sempra Energy Solutions, where he led and managed the trading and portfolio management activities of the firm's energy portfolio in North America. Previously, he held various positions with PG&E Corporation in San Francisco, including Director of Enterprise Risk, Director of Energy Trading, Transmission Operations Superintendent and Division Gas Engineer.

Kenneth Cornew

Mr. Kenneth W. Cornew is an Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Commercial Officer of Exelon Corporation. He is President and Chief Executive Officer of Exelon Generation. A 26-year veteran of the electric utility industry, Cornew became president and CEO of Constellation following its merger with Exelon in March 2012. Prior to that role, he served as senior vice president of Exelon and president of Exelon Power Team beginning in 2008. In that position, he oversaw the power marketing and trading function of Exelon's diversified generation portfolio. He also oversaw the company's growing retail business, Exelon Energy, which served electric and gas retail customers in Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

Denis O'Brien

Mr. Denis P. O'Brien is a Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Executive Officer - Exelon Utilities of the Company. He was Chief Executive Officer, PECO; Executive Vice President, Exelon since 2007 until 2012; He was President and Director, PECO from 2003 - 2012.

William Von Hoene

Mr. William A. Von Hoene, Jr., is a Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer of the company. He was Executive Vice President, Finance and Legal, Exelon from 2009 - 2012; Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Exelon from 2008 - 2009; Senior Vice President, Exelon Business Services Company from 2004 - 2009; Senior Vice President, Exelon from 2006 - 2008.

Duane DesParte

Mr. Duane M. DesParte is an Senior Vice President, Corporate Controller of the Company. Prior to his election to his listed position, Mr. DesParte was Vice President, Finance, Exelon Business Services Company 2007 - 2008, Vice President, Business Operations, ComEd; Vice President, Business Operations, PECO 2004 - 2006.

Maggie FitzPatrick

Ms. Maggie FitzPatrick is appointed as Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs, Philanthropy and Customer Engagement of the Company., effective Aug. 29, 2016. She 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. FitzPatrick recently served as Global Chief Communication Officer and Vice President of Public Affairs at Johnson & Johnson, a Fortune 100 company and the world's largest healthcare company. Prior to J&J, FitzPatrick was Global Chief Communication Officer and President of the Foundation at Cigna.

Nancy Gioia

Ms. Nancy L. Gioia is Director of the Company. effective Feb. 1, 2016. Ms. Gioia formerly served as Ford Motor Company’s Director of Global Connectivity, Electrical and User Experience. During Ms. Gioia’s more than 30-year career at Ford, she led the company’s global electrification efforts. In this role, Ms. Gioia developed the technology, vehicle programs and value chain strategies as well as assessed the economic, social and environmental impacts including consumer insights and acceptance. Ms. Gioia worked closely with the Edison Electric Institute, the U.S. Department of Energy and the engineers at Ford to pilot and implement the strategy. Ms. Gioia serves on the board of Brady Corporation (international manufacturer and marketer, since 2013), where she is technology committee chair and serves on the compensation and management development committee. She also serves on the board and nominating committee of Inforum (women’s professional development and business forum, since 2012) and is the former chair of the Automotive NEXT executive committee. Since 2014, she has also served as an advisory council member on the board of the University of Michigan Electrical and Computer Engineering Council.

Linda Jojo

Ms. Linda P. Jojo is Director of the company. She is Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of United Continental Holdings, Inc. She is responsible for the effective implementation and management of technology strategy and solutions to support United’s global business. She has held her current position at United since September 2014. Prior to joining United, she served as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Rogers Communications Inc., a position she assumed in July 2011. There she was responsible for all IT systems for both customer facing and business support systems. Ms. Jojo served from 2008 to 2011 as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Energy Future Holdings Corporation in Dallas, which holds a portfolio of competitive and regulated energy companies. She served as Chief Information Officer of Flowserve Corporation in Irving, Texas, from June 2004 to 2008. Ms. Jojo worked for nearly 15 years in leadership positions at General Electric, ultimately serving as the Chief Information Officer of GE Silicones. She started her career at Digital Equipment Corporation. She is also on the board of trustees of the Adler Planetarium in Chicago.

Anthony Anderson

Mr. Anthony K. Anderson is Independent Director of Exelon Corp. In 2012, Mr. Anderson retired as the Vice Chair and Midwest Area Managing Partner of Ernst & Young, after a 35-year career with E&Y. In that capacity, Mr. Anderson oversaw a practice of 3,500 audit, tax, and transaction professionals serving clients through the Midwest. Mr. Anderson also served for six years in the Los Angeles area as managing partner of E&Y’s Pacific Southwest region. Mr. Anderson also served as a member of Ernst & Young’s governing body, the Americas Executive Board. Mr. Anderson currently serves on the boards of AAR Corp. (aerospace and defense), where he serves on the audit and compensation committees; Avery Dennison Corporation (labeling and packaging materials), where he serves on the audit and finance committee; and First American Financial Corporation (financial services), where he serves on the governance and nominating committee. Mr. Anderson previously served as a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago from 2008-2010. Mr. Anderson is the chairman of the board of the Perspectives Charter School. He is also a member of the boards of Chicago Urban League, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, the Regional Transportation Authority and World Business Chicago. In Los Angeles, Mr. Anderson served as chairman of Town Hall Los Angeles, the Children’s Bureau of Southern California, and the California Science Center. Mr. Anderson is a member of the American, California, and Illinois Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Ann Berzin

Ms. Ann C. Berzin is Independent Director of Exelon Corp., since March 12, 2012. Previously, Ms. Berzin served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Financial Guaranty Insurance Company (FGIC), an insurer of municipal bonds, asset-backed securities and structured finance obligations from 1992 to 2001. Ms. Berzin joined FGIC in 1985 as its General Counsel following seven years of securities law practice in New York City. Ms. Berzin is a director of Ingersoll-Rand plc, Chair of its finance committee, and a member of its audit committee, and previously served as a director of Kindred Healthcare, Inc. (healthcare services) from 2006-2012. Ms. Berzin also served as a director of Constellation Energy Group from 2008 through March 2012 when Constellation merged with Exelon. Ms. Berzin also serves on the board of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE), an Exelon subsidiary. .

John Canning

Mr. John A. Canning, Jr., is Independent Director of the company. Mr. Canning is the Chairman and co-founder of Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC (MDP), which specializes in management buyout and special equity investing. MDP has raised investment funds with more than $18 billion in limited partner commitments from over 400 endowments, pension funds and other sophisticated investors. MDP has made significant investments in the energy and power industry. Prior to co-founding Madison Dearborn Partners, Mr. Canning spent 24 years with First Chicago Corporation, where he managed the bank’s venture investments. Mr. Canning has over 34 years of experience in private equity investing, including reviewing financial statements and audit results and making investment and acquisition decisions. Mr. Canning is a former director and Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, giving him insight into economic trends important to the business of Exelon. Mr. Canning also serves on the board of Corning, Inc., a specialty glass and ceramics producer. Mr. Canning has also served on the board of directors of Jefferson Smurfit Group plc and on the audit committees of several charitable organizations, including the Irish Pension Reserve Fund. In addition to his business experience, he also has a law degree. Mr. Canning is a recognized leader in the Chicago business community with knowledge of the economy of the Midwestern United States and the northern Illinois communities that Exelon serves. Mr. Canning’s business experience and service on the boards of other companies and organizations enable him to contribute to the work of the Exelon board. Mr. Canning’s experience in banking and in managing investments, and his experience on the audit committees of other organizations, make him a valued member of the compensation and leadership development committee and the corporate governance committee.

Yves De Balmann

Mr. Yves C. De Balmann is Independent Director of Exelon Corp., since March 12, 2012. Mr. de Balmann served as the Co-Chairman of Bregal Investments LP, a private equity investing firm, from September 2002 through December 2012. He was Vice-Chairman of Bankers Trust Corporation, in charge of Global Investment Banking, until its merger with Deutsche Bank in 1999 when he became Co-Head of Deutsche Bank’s Global Investment Bank, and Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown from June 1999 to April 2001, and then a Senior Advisor to Deutsche Bank AG from April 2001 to June 2003. Mr. de Balmann served as a director of Laureate Education, Inc. through December 2014; and he is non-executive Chairman of Conversant Intellectual Property Management. Mr. de Balmann served as a director of Constellation Energy Group from 2003 through March 2012 when Constellation merged with Exelon.

Nicholas DeBenedictis

Mr. Nicholas DeBenedictis is a Independent Director of Exelon Corp., since April 23, 2002. Mr. DeBenedictis is the Chairman (since 1993) and former President and Chief Executive Officer (1992 - 2015) of Aqua America Inc., a water utility with operations in 10 states. Aqua America is the second largest U.S.-based, publicly-traded water and wastewater company in the country. As CEO, Mr. DeBenedictis has experience in dealing with many of the same development, land use and utility regulatory issues that affect Exelon and its subsidiaries. Mr. DeBenedictis also has extensive experience in environmental regulation and economic development, having served in two cabinet positions in the Pennsylvania government, as Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources and as Director of the Office of Economic Development. He also spent eight years with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and was President of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce for three years. Mr. DeBenedictis joined the board of MISTRAS Group (non-destructive testing) in October 2015 and serves on the Audit Committee. Mr. DeBenedictis has also served as a director of P.H. Glatfelter, Inc. (global supplier of specialty papers and engineered products) since 1995, where he has served on the audit, compensation and finance, and nominating and corporate governance committees and currently serves as the chair of the finance committee and on the compensation committee. Mr. DeBenedictis served as a director of Met-Pro Corporation (global provider of solutions and products for product recovery, pollution control, and fluid handling applications) (1997-2010). While a director of Met-Pro, he served as presiding independent director, chair of the corporate governance and nominating committee and a member of the audit committee. Mr. DeBenedictis has a master’s degree in environmental engineering and science. Mr. DeBenedictis also serves on the boards of ComEd and PECO, which are Exelon subsidiaries.

Paul Joskow

Dr. Professor Paul L. Joskow, Ph.D., is Independent Director of Exelon Corp., since September 2007. Dr. Joskow has been the President of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation since January 1, 2008. The Sloan Foundation is a philanthropic institution that supports research and education in science, technology and economic performance. He is also the Elizabeth and James Killian Professor of Economics and Management Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Dr. Joskow joined the MIT faculty in 1972 and served as head of the MIT Department of Economics (1994-1998) and Director of the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (1999-2007). At MIT he was engaged in teaching and research in the areas of industrial organization, energy and environmental economics, competition policy, and government regulation of industry for over 35 years. Much of his research and consulting activity has focused on the electric power industry, electricity pricing, fuel supply, demand, generating technology, and regulation. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Econometric Society and a Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association. He has served on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (“EPA”) Acid Rain Advisory Committee, on the Environmental Economics Committee of EPA’s Science Advisory Board, and on the National Commission on Energy Policy. He served as the Chair of the National Academies Board of Science, Technology and Economic Policy through April 1, 2015 and on the Secretary of Energy Advisory Board until October 1, 2015.

Robert Lawless

Mr. Robert J. Lawless is Independent Director of Exelon Corp., since March 12, 2012. Mr. Lawless served as Chairman of the Board of McCormick & Company, Inc. (food manufacturing industry) from January 1997 until March 2009, having also served as President until December 2006 and Chief Executive Officer until January 2008, and is now retired. He is also a director of The Baltimore Life Insurance Company. Mr. Lawless served as a director of Constellation Energy Group from 2002 through March 2012 when Constellation merged with Exelon.

Richard Mies

Admiral Richard Willard Mies is Independent Director of Exelon Corp., since February 2009. Admiral Mies is President and Chief Executive Officer of The Mies Group, Ltd, a private consulting firm that provides strategic planning and risk assessment advice and assistance to clients on international security, energy, defense, and maritime issues. A graduate of the Naval Academy, he completed a 35-year career as a nuclear submariner in the US Navy. Admiral Mies has a wide range of operational command experience; he served as the senior operational commander of the US Submarine Force and he commanded U.S. Strategic Command for four years prior to retirement in 2002. He subsequently served as a Senior Vice President of Science Applications International Corporation, a provider of scientific and engineering applications for national security, energy, and the environment, and as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Hicks and Associates, Inc, a subsidiary of Science Applications International Corporation from 2002-2007. Admiral Mies served as a director of Mutual of Omaha, an insurance and banking company, from 2002-2014, where he chaired the governance committee and served as a member of the audit, compensation, investment, and executive committees. From 2008–2010 Admiral Mies was a director of McDermott International, an engineering and construction company focused on energy infrastructure, where he served on the audit and governance committees. In 2010 he transitioned to the board of Babcock and Wilcox (B&W) when that company spun off from McDermott International.

John Rogers

Mr. John W. Rogers, Jr., is Independent Director of Exelon Corp. Mr. Rogers is the founder, Chairman and CEO of Ariel Investments, LLC, an institutional money management firm with over $9 billion in assets under management, and serves as trustee of the Ariel Investment Trust. Since 2003, he has served as a director of McDonald’s Corporation (global foodservice retailer) where he has served on the compensation, finance and governance committees. Previously, he served as a director of Aon Corporation (risk management services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage and human capital and management consulting services) (1993-2012), where he served on the finance committee and as chair of the audit committee; GATX Corporation (rail, marine and industrial equipment leasing) (1998-2004), where he served on the audit committee; Bank One Corporation (bank) (1998-2004), where he served on the audit and risk management and public responsibility committees; and Bally Total Fitness (fitness and health clubs) (2003-2006), where he served as the lead independent director and as chair of the compensation committee.

Stephen Steinour

Mr. Stephen D. Steinour is Independent Director of Exelon Corp., since May 2007. Mr. Steinour is the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (since 2009), a $64 billion regional bank holding company. Previously, he was the Chairman and Managing Partner of CrossHarbor Capital Partners, a private equity firm (2008-January 2009). From 2006 to 2008, he was President and CEO of Citizens Financial Group, Inc., a multistate commercial bank holding company. Prior to that, Mr. Steinour served as Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Citizens Mid-States regional banking (2005-2006). He served as Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Citizens Mid-Atlantic Region (2001-2005). At the beginning of his career, Mr. Steinour was an analyst for the U.S. Treasury Department and subsequently worked for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Ravi Ganti