Stanley M. Kosierowski, Westfield Resident and a PSEG President, Appointed to New Jersey Institute of Technologies Board of Overseers


NEWARK, October 18-- Stanley M. Kosierowski, president and chief executive officer of PSEG Energy Technologies, Edison, N.J., was recently appointed to New Jersey Institute of Technologies (NJIT) Board of Overseers.

The NJIT Board of Overseers is composed of senior executives, CEOs and entrepreneurs. Board members provide a broad range of advocacy for and support to NJIT, both corporate and personal. Beyond creating a connection between the university and the corporation, some overseers have demonstrated their personal commitment by creating scholarships to honor loved ones. These businessmen and women also serve as professional advisors, supplying expertise in a multitude of areas including marketing and strategic planning.

Kosierowski, of Westfield, directs PSEG Energy Technologiesí efforts to supply energy-related services to customers in various states in the northeast. PSEG Energy Technologies is committed to delivering integrated energy solutions to help business customers thrive. Backed by the corporationís 100-year legacy, Energy Technologies uses its expertise in energy supply, mechanical contracting, facilities management and financial solutions to help customers get the most out of their energy usage.

Kosierowski became president and chief executive officer of PSEG Energy Technologies in June of 1999. Before that, he was the executive vice president and chief operating officer for the same unit.

Kosierowski joined PSEG in 1974 and held a variety of positions, including assignments on the senior management team of the nuclear, gas, electric human resources and customer services business units. He has been a contributor toward the completion of many corporate initiatives, including the development of the first on-site nuclear organization, the transition plans for the formulation of business units, the quality initiative, the re-engineering of transaction management, the development of the gas service business for the competitive marketplace and the deployment of an electric commodity trading floor and requisite management capability.

Kosierowski graduated from Newark College of Engineering with a bachelorís in mechanical engineering. He completed Pennsylvania State Universityís Executive Development Program, as well as the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administrationís Program for Management Development.

He serves on the Board of Trustees of Kessler Rehabilitation Institute, the Independent College Fund of New Jersey and the National Association of Energy Service Companies.


 
 

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