Title: Chairman of the Board
Company: Northeast Power Coordinating Council Inc.
Location: New York, New York, United States
Milovan E. Blair, the chairman of the board at the Northeast Power Coordinating Council Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the utility industry.
Hailing from more than three decades of experience in his chosen field, Mr. Blair has distinguished himself through his role as the chairman of the board of directors at the Northeast Power Coordinating Council Inc., where he maintains responsibility for transmission and distribution systems, as well as customer relations and the future transition to renewable energy. Outside of this position, Mr. Blair also serves as the chairman of the management development and compensation committee.
Prior to his current endeavors, Mr. Blair functioned as the senior vice president of central operations at Consolidated Edison (Con Edison) of New York Inc., for which he provided oversight for the planning, design, operations and maintenance of the company’s electrical transmission system, substations, primary control center, steam generating plants, and engineering and construction activities. Previously, he had found success as Con Edison’s vice president of system and transmission operations, and later advanced to become the vice president of Brooklyn-Queens electric operations. Following more than 10 years with Con Edison, Mr. Blair retired to accept his current role at the Northeast Power Coordinating Council.
Mr. Blair first studied at the City College of New York, from which he earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering in 1990. He subsequently attended the St. John’s University Peter J. Tobin College of Business, from which he received a Master of Business Administration in 1998. He also went on to undertake coursework within the senior executive program at Columbia University in 2010, and has remained aware of developments in the field through his membership with the American Association of Blacks in Energy, where he serves on the board.
As a commitment to his local community, Mr. Blair is an avid supporter and former leader at various nonprofit organizations, including the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, New Yorkers for Parks, and the Grove School of Engineering at The City College of New York. For his accomplishments in the field and on behalf of charitable endeavors, he was bestowed with a Black Achievers Award by the YMCA in 2004.
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