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Edward Santry

Vice President Human Resources, Columbia Gas of Maryland and Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania

NiSource Inc.

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NiSource Inc.

801 East 86Th Avenue

Merrillville, Indiana 46410

United States

Company Description

NiSource Inc. (NYSE: NI), based in Merrillville, Indiana, is a Fortune 500 company engaged in natural gas transmission, storage and distribution, as well as electric generation, transmission and distribution. NiSource operating companies deliver energy to ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations

Columbia Pipeline Group, Inc.

Manager of Human Resources

American Water

Manager of Human Resources

Chevron Corporation

Co-Chair

Southern Gas Association

Web References (4 Total References)


Human Resources Executives Rountable

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Ed Santry - Vice President, Human Resources, Nisource


Penn State Outreach News

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Ed Santry, vice president of human resources for Columbia Gas, said that the program will benefit both entry-level and experienced front-line leaders of the organization.

"At Columbia Gas, we believe that an educated and well-informed workforce is key to our success," he said."Through this partnership, we are providing the opportunity for current and future leaders to continually build skills through a well-respected educational institution."
What attracted Columbia Gas to the program, Santry said, was that it catered to the nontraditional student, and Penn State Management Development Programs and Services had a proven track record in helping shape leaders for both today and tomorrow.
"The ease and convenience of working with the Penn State team is a key part to helping our employees and leaders learn and grow," he added."The Penn State faculty provides a great experience for our employees to learn."
Columbia Gas supervisors will participate in six two-day courses to improve competencies in areas such as communication skills, performance management and dealing with performance problems.Participants will receive a Penn State Supervisory Leadership Certificate upon completing the six courses.


2000 press release

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Vice President of Human Resources Ed Santry said that the program benefits both entry-level and experienced front-line leaders in the organization."At Columbia Gas, we believe that an educated and well-informed work force is key to our success," Santry said."Through this partnership, we are providing the opportunity for current and future leaders to continually build skills through a well-respected educational institution."

According to Santry, the Penn State program was selected because it is designed for the non-traditional student and because Penn State's management development programs and services department has a proven track record in helping shape leaders for both today and tomorrow."The ease and convenience of working with the Penn State team is a key part to helping our employees and leaders learn and grow," Santry added."The Penn State faculty provides a great experience for our employees to learn."
Columbia Gas supervisors are participating in six two-day courses to improve competencies in communication, performance management and dealing with performance problems.Participants will receive a Penn State supervisory leadership certificate upon completion of the program.


2000 press release

www.columbiagaspamd.com [cached]

Vice President of Human Resources Ed Santry said that the program benefits both entry-level and experienced front-line leaders in the organization."At Columbia Gas, we believe that an educated and well-informed work force is key to our success," Santry said."Through this partnership, we are providing the opportunity for current and future leaders to continually build skills through a well-respected educational institution."

According to Santry, the Penn State program was selected because it is designed for the non-traditional student and because Penn State's management development programs and services department has a proven track record in helping shape leaders for both today and tomorrow."The ease and convenience of working with the Penn State team is a key part to helping our employees and leaders learn and grow," Santry added."The Penn State faculty provides a great experience for our employees to learn."
Columbia Gas supervisors are participating in six two-day courses to improve competencies in communication, performance management and dealing with performance problems.Participants will receive a Penn State supervisory leadership certificate upon completion of the program.

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