Judith L. Mondre
Judith Mondre has a distinguished history of successful and innovative energy management and policy making, serving commercial, industrial, institutional, governmental and educational organizations. Her career in the energy field spans twenty years and her efforts have resulted in energy cost savings of hundreds of millions of dollars for her clients.
Mondre Energy, Inc. is a highly specialized, woman-owned small business founded in 1998. As the Company’s chief executive, Ms. Mondre is responsible for all elements of client engagement, including client assistance in identification of energy objectives, development and implementation of strategic energy plans and programs, and assessment of performance. She leads a team of experts in strategic planning, energy audits and economic analyses, sustainability and carbon emissions reduction, energy market analysis and forecasting, load profiling, procurement strategies, demand reduction, and rate and policy analysis. In an era of commodity price volatility, technology advances, renewable energy and sustainable solutions, and a dynamic regulatory environment, the Company helps its clients strike the proper balance among capital and operating spending, price stability and market risk, and establishing and achieving sustainability and “green” objectives.
In 2010, Ms. Mondre received Green Energy Award from Penn Future, recognizing her leadership in alternative energy procurement and policy development. Ms. Mondre was named one of the “Best 50 Women in Business in Pennsylvania” in 2001. She has served on mayoral and gubernatorial transitions teams on energy and has been a technical advisor to energy publications. Ms. Mondre regularly participates in industry conferences as a featured speaker and panelist. She served as executive director for the New York Energy Buyers Forum (now called the NY Energy Consumers Council).
Prior to founding Mondre Energy, Ms. Mondre served as the first Executive Director of the City of Philadelphia’s Municipal Energy Office under former Mayor Ed Rendell, building the Office into a nationally recognized leader in reducing energy costs and improving energy efficiency in municipal government operations. Under her leadership, the City received EPA’s Partner of the Year Award and Vice President Al Gore’s “Hammer Award” for Excellence in making Government more effective. She was Chair of the Urban Consortium Energy Task Force and the Greater Philadelphia Clean Cities Program.
AFFILIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
- Board Member, Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce; Nominating Committee
- Board Member, the Genevieve Society
- National Commissioner, Anti-Defamation League
- Chair Emeritus, Anti-Defamation League, Philadelphia Region
- Member, Advisory Council, Pennsylvania Conference for Women
- Member, Forum of Executive Women
- Member, Elwyn Business Advisory Council
- Member, Executive Committee of the Franklin Institute
- Member, Board of Directors, Philadelphia Police Foundation