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SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer Exelon
became the CHRO upon close of the Exelon-Constellation merger in March 2012.
is responsible for developing, organizing, implementing, directing and evaluating Exelon's HR function and performance.
participates in the development and implementation of Exelon's plans and programs as a strategic member of the executive team.
led post-merger integration work, including staffing and selection of 25 percent of Exelon positions, development of the employee benefit platform, total compensation program alignment, and integration of diversity, talent management and succession processes.
Prior to this role, Best was the vice president of human resources for Exelon Generation, which includes the nuclear fleet, power operations, and power trading.
was responsible for setting the human resources strategy and service delivery for 9,500 employees as a member of the senior leadership team.
This includes employee relations, compensation, talent development and retention, recruitment, pipeline development, demographic analysis, and knowledge transfer and retention.
She has worked as a lead on prior merger, integration and new business activities.
also was involved with the Nuclear Energy Institute
working groups and the Clean and Safe Energy Coalition's
minority business steering committee.
Previously, Best was the director of human resources for Exelon Business Services Company and led the HR function to support the finance, IT, supply and legal groups.
She also was the director of leadership development for Exelon.
In that position, s he
was responsible for executive development for the company's top leadership positions, as well as design and delivery of programmatic leadership training across the company.
was also accountable for the design and governance of talent management processes that are implemented in all Exelon operating business units.
Best has worked in varying human resources capacities at Exelon's Quad Cities Station, Dresden Station, nuclear headquarters, and corporate offices.
Prior to Exelon, she worked at Sara Lee Corporation and Ravenswood Hospital while pursuing her master's degree.
Civic & Board Involvement
Best is on the board of trustees of The Field Museum and the boards of directors for the Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana; Skills for Chicagoland Future; HRMAC (Human Resources Association of Chicago); and WITS (Working in the Schools), a partnership between companies and Chicago Public Schools.
She also is past president of Lyons Township High School Parent Teacher Council.
B.A. degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M.S.I.R from Loyola University Chicago
attended the Strategic Human Resource Management Executive Education Program at Harvard University
, and Leading Women Executives leadership program.
Best is a fellow of the CEO Perspectives leadership program in partnership with the Kellogg School of Management and Chicago Booth School of Business.
HRMAC Leadership - Human Resources Management Association of Chicago
Senior Vice President and Chief HR Officer
Amy assumed her current position in March 2012 upon the close of the Exelon-Constellation merger where she has led post-merger integration work and serves as a strategic member of the executive team.
Prior to assuming this role, she has held senior roles with Exelon Generation, Exelon Business Services Company, Exelon Quad Cities Station, Dresden Station nuclear headquarters and the corporate offices where she led the HR function to support various infrastructure business groups.
Prior to Exelon, Amy worked at Sara Lee Corporation and Ravenswood Hospital.
Amy was elected to the HRMAC Board in 2014 and currently serves on the Leadership Series Committee.
We want to thank Amy Best, ...
We want to thank Amy Best, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for Exelon, for her speech on women in leadership; Dr. Rosita Lopez and Dr. Samuel Betances for their "Latina Leadership Training and the Importance of Mentoring our Future Leaders and Each Other" keynote address; the Advocacy and Leadership training given by Carmenza Millan, Associate State Director of AARP, Colleen Connell, Executive Director of ACLU and our very own Anna Rosario, President NACOPRW, DC Metro Chapter as well as Carmen Delgado Votaw, who covered the importance of our involvement at the national level as we advocate for the issues that are important to Puerto Rican Women and Latinas such as, for example, pay equity, continuing to make inroads regarding immigration, education, and so much more.