Pepco Holdings recently announced the appointment of Anne Lindner as the company’s vice president for state legislative affairs.

Lindner filled a new position created to consolidate the legislative affairs efforts for Atlantic City Electric, Delmarva Power and Pepco.

Lindner will set legislative strategy and drive company priority initiatives in Trenton, New Jersey; Dover; and Annapolis, Maryland. She also will identify public policy trends and lead forward-thinking legislative initiatives benefiting Pepco Holdings and Exelon and will serve as the lead company representative with organizations such as the National Conference of State Legislators.

Lindner comes to Pepco Holdings from parent company Exelon, where she is responsible for developing legislative and regulatory strategy for Exelon Generation and Constellation in Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey and was also previously responsible for developing legislative and regulatory strategy in Washington, D.C., and Virginia. She joined the regulatory group of Constellation in July 2010 as vice president of energy policy and transitioned to Exelon after the merger of Exelon and Constellation in 2012. Prior to joining Exelon, Lindner was a commission advisor at the Maryland Public Service Commission, where she provided counsel on wholesale and retail electricity policy.

Lindner serves as co-chair of the Maryland Commission on Climate Change. She received her Juris Doctor from Duke University School of Law and her Bachelor of Business Administration from University of Notre Dame.

She will assume her duties at Pepco Holdings effective Aug. 13.