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Engaging Leaders: A Leadership Maryland Podcast


Oct 15, 2020

In this episode, Eric Brotman '09 and cohost Renée Winsky ‘05 are joined by Alexander Nunez '05, senior vice president of strategy and regulatory affairs for BGE, to discuss leadership in a private sector company, and how there are many pathways to success that can often lead to a stronger, more sustainable, and equitable future for an entire community. 

In this episode: 

  • The power of connection and how to build a network that consists of mentorship, diversity, and community-driven approaches
  • The importance of understanding long-term objectives, goals, and visions in order to achieve near-term action items
  • How demonstrating support and inclusion can instill strong leadership skills in others
  • Learning how to be flexible and embrace failures, and the importance of recognizing that there are multiple paths to success
  • Key methods for growing your leadership acumen and why these methods are valuable assets 

Meet Alexander G. Núñez

Alexander G. Núñez ’05 is senior vice president of strategy and regulatory affairs for BGE. Núñez focuses on the company’s regulatory agenda with the Public Service Commission and other regulators, and he oversees BGE’s expansion of customer offerings including new products and services. Prior to joining BGE in 2001, he worked for the Maryland General Assembly for several years, where he served as Committee Counsel to the Senate Finance Committee of Maryland. 

Contributing actively to several community and business organizations, Núñez is the current Chair of the Board of Directors of Maryland Business Roundtable for Education. He also serves as vice-president of the Walters Art Museum Board of Trustees and as chair of its Engagement Committee.  He is a member of the board of trustees for the Chesapeake Bay Trust.  He also serves on the board of directors for the Baltimore chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA). Núñez serves as an appointee on the Governor’s Workforce Development Board and on the Governor’s Commission on Hispanic Affairs.  He is a member of the Edison Electric Institutes’ Customer Solutions Executive Advisory Committee.  

Núñez is a graduate of The LEADERship Class of 2018.  He is also a graduate of the Leadership Maryland Class of 2005 and served on its board of directors for several years.

For show notes & more: www.leadershipmd.org