Pepco will be hosting the May membership meeting of the Society of Women Engineers Baltimore-Washington Section.
Please join us on
Tuesday, May 3rd at 6pm
Pepco Edison Place Gallery
702 8th Street NW
Washington DC 20068
Speaker (see Biography below)
Director of Transmission & Substations
Ms. Fisher will discuss her career, the Pepco engineering development program, and why diversity is important in engineering.
6pm-6:30pm Networking, Light Refreshments, & Pepco engineering exhibits
6:30pm-6:45pm SWE Announcements
6:45pm-7:30pm Featured Speaker, Q&A
Free for SWE-BWS Members
$10 to the public
U.S. Citizens only
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions!
Director, Transmission and Substations
Sandra Fisher presently serves as the Director of Transmission and Substations. She provides overall strategic leadership for the engineering, design, and planning functions for all transmission and substation facilities constructed by Pepco Holdings’ utilities.
Ms. Fisher began her utility career with Atlantic City Electric in 1990 as a design and field engineer in the Substation Engineering Department. After four years, she worked in the Distribution Engineering Department in the Cape May Court House operations center. In 1996, she was promoted to supervisor and oversaw the engineering and planning in the Pleasantville operations center. Pleasantville’s customer base was approximately 150,000 customers, including major accounts such as the Atlantic City casinos.
In 2003, Ms. Fisher was promoted to Process Owner, Customer Requested Construction, where she was responsible for the end to end process design for the Manager, Customer and System Construction process.
From 2004 through 2009, Ms. Fisher was the Group Manager for PHI Distribution Engineering. She managed approximately 300 distribution engineering design personnel that were responsible for the planning and design of all new customer connections, facility relocations, and distribution improvements and projects.
Ms. Fisher earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering at Rutgers University and is a registered Professional Engineer.