D.C. (May 18, 2017) – Pepco Holdings, which includes Atlantic City
Electric, Delmarva Power and Pepco, has named David Vosvick vice president of human resources.
Vosvick previously served as Baltimore Gas and Electric Company’s (BGE) vice president of human resources
where he was responsible for the
company’s human resources and occupational health services activities.
“We are extremely pleased to have David join Pepco
Holdings. His experience and leadership will be very valuable to our employees
and ultimately our customers as we continue to fully integrate the Pepco
Holdings utilities into the Exelon family of companies,” said Dave Velazquez, Pepco Holdings president and CEO.
Prior to being named BGE’s vice president of human resources in 2008, Vosvick served
as vice president of Talent Management and Learning and Organizational Development
for Constellation Energy. In this role,
he was responsible for overseeing talent acquisition, executive talent
management, learning and organizational development, and diversity and
inclusion, among other duties.
joined Constellation Energy in 2005 as an executive in corporate human
resources and strategic staffing. He has more than 25 years of human resources experience
and spent nine years in leadership positions prior to joining Constellation. As
a senior vice president for MBNA America Bank in Texas, Maryland and Delaware,
Vosvick successfully oversaw strategic human resource initiatives, both as a
regional executive and at the corporate headquarters.
an active advocate for charitable organizations that support underprivileged
youth. He is a board member for Maryland Corporate Council, Central Maryland
Meals on Wheels and is a member of the St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation