Senior ComEd Executive Elected as First Vice Chairman of the American Association of Blacks in Energy

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ComEd’s senior vice president of Strategy and Administration, Kevin Brookins was recently elected to serve as first vice chairman of the board of directors of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE). AABE is a national association that focuses on ensuring that African Americans and other minorities have input into the discussions and development of energy policy, regulations and environmental issues. Brookins is a longtime member of the AABE’s Board of Directors. As AABE’s vice chairman, Brookins will serve as the national liaison to its 42 state and local chapters during his two-year term. Brookins was elected this spring, along with six additional board members, during its 39th Annual AABE National Conference held in Chicago. More than 600 members and guests were in attendance for the four-day conference. With 33 years in the electric energy business, Brookins has held roles as vice president for a number of ComEd’s key business areas including Operational Strategy and Business Intelligence, Distribution System Operations, Work Management and New Business and Customer Field Operations for ComEd and PECO.

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