FUNMI WILLIAMSON is responsible for all aspects of the company’s customer-focused strategy, initiatives, and operations, including PECO’s Customer Care Center and Advanced Metering Infrastructure organization. Based in Philadelphia, PECO is Pennsylvania’s largest electric and natural gas utility.
The company employs roughly 2,700 people and generates approximately $2.8 billion in local economic impact. A subsidiary of Exelon Corporation, the nation’s largest competitive energy provider, PECO serves 1.6 million electric and more than 525,000 natural gas customers in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Exelon is headquartered in Chicago and is listed on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “EXC.” Previously, Williamson was senior vice president and chief commercial risk officer for Exelon Corporation. In that role, she was responsible for the identification, assessment, and monitoring of strategic, financial and operational risks for all the commercial businesses, and the communication of those risks to the Finance and Risk Management Committee of the Board of Directors. She also held several roles in Constellation’s commercial risk organization and on the company’s proprietary trading team. Prior to joining Exelon Corporation, Williamson was a member of the Assurance and Business Advisory team at Arthur Andersen.
Williamson is on the boards of Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, an organization dedicated to building girls of courage, confidence, and character, and Code in the Schools, which is expanding access to quality computer science education programs in Baltimore City. She is also a member of Executive Leadership Council (The ELC), the preeminent member organization for the development of global black leaders.
Williamson is also an active member of the African American Leadership Council in Exelon. In 2019, Williamson was nationally recognized by Black Enterprise as one of the “Most Powerful Women in Corporate America”. Williamson holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business.