Fred Maher

With more than 15 years of energy efficiency experience, Fred serves as CMC’s Director of Business Development. Fred leads CMC’s RFP process from initial capabilities conversations to RFP responses to final presentations with an eye on continued growth for the company. Fred has contributed to CMC’s recent growth and to the company’s listing as a Best Place to Work. In addition, Fred provides counsel on strategic internal and external communications for CMC.

Before joining CMC, Fred served in a variety of roles at PECO and Exelon Generation, including manager of internal communications at Exelon Generation where he spearheaded the internal communications program for Exelon’s Nuclear and Power divisions, including human resources materials, newsletters, change management and employee awareness campaigns, for more than 11,000 employees. He also provided counsel to Nuclear and Power corporate leaders and site vice presidents on communications issues, strategies and tactics. Prior to that role, Fred was the senior marketing and communications specialist at PECO for its residential Act 129 programs. In that role, he created and managed all facets of $5 million project to give homeowners energy reports that impact behavior by offering energy-efficiency tips and suggestions, including program launch and promotion. He also led marketing efforts for a refrigerator recycling program and air conditioner control program, including strategic placement of advertisements and bill inserts, measurement of effectiveness and promotional materials; recycling more than 20,000 refrigerators and recruiting more than 30,000 participants for the A/C recycling program.

A two-time graduate of Temple University (BA and MA), Fred chairs the membership committee for the Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance, serves on the DEI Committee for AESP, leads the Professional Development Committee for the Liberty Chapter of the Association for Proposal Management Professionals (APMP), and sits on the Board of the Klein College of Communications at Temple University. Fred is a former president of the International Association of Business Communicators Philadelphia Chapter and the Alumni Board for the Klein College of Communications at Temple University. A work-out junkie, Fred loves bicycling, racquetball and weightlifting. He is an avid reader, regularly attends rock concerts with his daughters and spends as much time as he can with his family.


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