The Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry will celebrate its accomplishments over the past year and look ahead to the future at its most prestigious event of the year, its annual dinner, on Thursday, Nov. 8 from 6:30-9:30 PM at Longwood Gardens.
The CCCBI will also honor Exelon’s Denis O’Brien as its Executive of the Year and State Rep. Harry Lewis as its Citizen of the Year.
O’Brien leads Exelon’s utility businesses, providing safe, reliable, affordable, and clean electricity and natural gas to more than 10 million customers across the District of Columbia, Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. He was appointed to the top leadership position for PECO in 2003 and was named president and CEO in 2007. He has more than 30 years of utility experience in engineering, operations, strategic planning, and executive management.
Prior to becoming CEO of PECO, he served as executive vice president and as vice president for operations with responsibility for engineering, construction, maintenance, and emergency response for the company’s natural gas and electric distribution systems. His special assignments have included strategic planning on mergers and acquisitions, development of the company’s deregulation strategy, and organizational redesigns to improve performance.
Beginning with his achievements as a track star at Coatesville High School and as a member of the nationally renowned Winston-Salem State University Shuttle Relay Champions of America, Lewis was destined to make significant contributions to Coatesville’s education and athletic programs.
Lewis has numerous awards for his demonstrated dedication to the youth in the Coatesville area and his outstanding achievements as an athlete, educator, track coach, champion trap shooter, and community leader. The eldest of 11 children, Lewis has a strong sense of family and unwavering commitment to his community.
Please note that there are no physical tickets for this event. Once registered, your name will be on a list.
Click here to register for the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry’s annual dinner.