ComEd promotes Martín Montes to Vice President of Large Customer Services

CHICAGO, January 7, (HINA) – Martín Montes has been named vice president of large customer services at ComEd effective today.

Montes will develop short and long-term strategies for the large customer services organization focusing on maximizing customer satisfaction. He will also be responsible for identifying key customer issues and developing strategy with internal and external stakeholders.
“Having overseen day-to-day strategic outreach and interactions with the Illinois Commerce Commission, Martín will continue to drive engagement with our large customers,” said Fidel Marquez, ComEd’s senior vice president of governmental and external affairs. “With both his legal accomplishments and strength as a strategic thinker, Martín’s 8 years of ComEd and Exelon experience will elevate and drive our large customer services organization,” said Marquez.

Montes most recently served as director of regulatory affairs where he oversaw routine strategic outreach and interactions with the Illinois Commerce Commission. Prior to his role at ComEd, Montes worked as assistant general counsel for Exelon Corporation’s legal department where he was responsible for the department’s administration and operations.

Prior to joining Exelon, Montes worked as associate general counsel for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.’s international legal division. His overall responsibilities included assisting with the development and implementation of the international division’s global compliance strategy. Prior to taking his role in the international legal division, Montes also held the position of director of corporate responsibility. He also worked as assistant general counsel for SAM’S CLUB operations department and as senior division counsel for the employment litigation section.

Montes earned his bachelor’s degree from University of Illinois and his law degree from Indiana University School of Law. Montes is an active member of the Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois and is a twenty-plus year member of the Hispanic National Bar Association.

In addition to the promotion of Montes, Marquez also announced two executive rotations in ComEd’s governmental affairs organization. Marlow Colvin has been named vice president of ComEd legislative and community affairs and Melissa Washington takes on a new challenge as she moves into the role of vice president of governmental & external affairs.

Montes will develop short and long-term strategies for the large customer services organization focusing on maximizing customer satisfaction. He will also be responsible for identifying key customer issues and developing strategy with internal and external stakeholders.

“Having overseen day-to-day strategic outreach and interactions with the Illinois Commerce Commission, Martín will continue to drive engagement with our large customers,” said Fidel Marquez, ComEd’s senior vice president of governmental and external affairs. “With both his legal accomplishments and strength as a strategic thinker, Martín’s 8 years of ComEd and Exelon experience will elevate and drive our large customer services organization,” said Marquez.

Montes most recently served as director of regulatory affairs where he oversaw routine strategic outreach and interactions with the Illinois Commerce Commission. Prior to his role at ComEd, Montes worked as assistant general counsel for Exelon Corporation’s legal department where he was responsible for the department’s administration and operations.

Prior to joining Exelon, Montes worked as associate general counsel for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.’s international legal division. His overall responsibilities included assisting with the development and implementation of the international division’s global compliance strategy. Prior to taking his role in the international legal division, Montes also held the position of director of corporate responsibility. He also worked as assistant general counsel for SAM’S CLUB operations department and as senior division counsel for the employment litigation section.

Montes earned his bachelor’s degree from University of Illinois and his law degree from Indiana University School of Law. Montes is an active member of the Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois and is a twenty-plus year member of the Hispanic National Bar Association.

In addition to the promotion of Montes, Marquez also announced two executive rotations in ComEd’s governmental affairs organization. Marlow Colvin has been named vice president of ComEd legislative and community affairs and Melissa Washington takes on a new challenge as she moves into the role of vice president of governmental & external affairs.n(Hispanic News Agency -HINA. Photo Martin Montes’s Twitter Page)

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