Exelon 2020 Diversity Core Values

As part of its continued commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I), Exelon named 34 companies to its 2020 D&I Honor Roll, which recognizes partners in banking, insurance, IT, legal, professional services and investments for their work to include women and people of color in key roles on Exelon’s account teams, as well as additional efforts that recognize the value of D&I.  Exelon also continually improves its own diversity, equity and inclusion programs, and this year added Exelon Investments and Legal as part of the combined D&I Partnership Program, recognizing a broader scope of firms that support diversity in their day-to-day interactions with Exelon.

“Companies with a diverse workforce are stronger, more agile, and more innovative because of the variety of experiences and viewpoints people bring to the table,” said Bridget Reidy, Exelon’s executive vice president of Corporate Operations. “While diversity, inclusion, and equity are good for business, it is a moral imperative that we reaffirm and recommit ourselves to these values in the wake of recent events. That commitment extends to our business partners, and it’s important to recognize and encourage progress while creating a forum to share best practices and learn from one another.”

   This year’s honorees are:

  • Banking: CIBC, Sumitomo, Northern Trust, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, MUFG, Mizuho, Citibank, and JP Morgan
  • Insurance: Beecher Carlson, Marsh, and Aon
  • Legal: Jenner & Block, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, Blank Rome, and Reed Smith
  • Professional Services: PricewaterhouseCoopers, Willis Towers Watson, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, and Duff & Phelps
  • IT Services: 720 Worldwide and Accenture
  • Investments: Artemis Real Estate Partners, Pugh Capital Management, The Rock Creek Group, The Vistria Group, Ares Management Corporation, BlackRock, Camden Asset Management, Dodge & Cox; MacKay Shields, Oaktree Capital Management, and Thoma Bravo


Additional business partner Bank of America was recognized as “Most Improved” because of their significant efforts over the past year to increase female and minority representation on the account teams working with Exelon.