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We are proud to acknowledge that the hours our ComEd employees volunteered nearly totaled to 15,000 hours. ComEd’s parent company, Exelon, employs the Leadership in Community Service Awards to recognize employees who have made an admirable effort to generate a positive impact on the community. In a world where the pace of life is continuously increasing, we offer infinite gratitude and appreciation for those who lend their time for a cause greater then themselves.
Arturo Chavez is a Supervisor at ComEd. He has been actively involved in ComEd's Employee Network Groups as well as Make-A-Wish Foundation. Chavez has made 30 Make-A-Wish dreams become a reality since 2006. Not only does Arturo take it upon himself to be a giving and compassionate citizen; he even recruits additional volunteers within the Latino community. His volunteerism also extends to OLE (Organization of Latinos at Exelon) and E-MAC (Exelon Militaries Actively Connected). Arturo Chavez is a true leader, and his efforts in using himself as a means for positive change are truly honorable.
Senior Engineer for Reliability Programs
Rigoberto Espinoza is a Senior Engineer for Reliability Programs at ComEd. He is currently a board member and active volunteer of the Noble Network of Charter Schools. He also serves as a mentor and role model for Noble's Right Angle Program. Mr. Espinoza aids local high school students in preparing for college and creating a brighter future for themselves and generations to come.
Director of Project Management for Distributions Operations
John Prueitt is a Director of Project Management for Distributions Operations at ComEd. He is also the treasurer of Humboldt Park Social Services' Executive Board. Mr. Prueitt's involvement has helped to strengthen the financial position of Humboldt Park Social Services. His volunteerism and remarkable efforts in leading hunger-relief have spanned 15 years and touched many lives.
Principle Work Plan Coordinator
Wendy Willett is a Principle Work Plan Coordinator at ComEd. She actively volunteers for Shining Star Children's Advocacy. She also raises awareness to assist children who are victims of physical and sexual abuse. Ms. Willett also led a team of Exelon and ComEd employee volunteers in the Champions4Children Walk on May 14, 2011 in Dixon. Her role in leading and coordinating fundraising efforts helps to build support within the community.