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In The Lobby - Content
www.inthelobby.net, 24 Mar 2009 [cached]
Over twenty years ago, Fred DiSanti of PSE&G observed in a speech to business leaders, "I do not so much fear a world powered by nuclear energy as I do a world without it.
Daily Record - Local News - Housing group targets middle-class assistance
www.dailyrecord.com, 16 Sept 2005 [cached]
It is about employers being able attract the employees they need to compete successfully, said Fred DeSanti, vice president of external affairs for PSE&G.
"If workers making good salaries are unable to afford decent housing, they might choose to leave New Jersey and live and work elsewhere," he
said."For companies like PSE&G
that rely on a highly-skilled, well-trained work force, such a scenario is not a welcome one."
said, if companies seeking to move to New Jersey cannot be certain employees can find affordable housing, the companies might look elsewhere for business opportunities.
What People are Saying about Democracy Works 2006
www.caucusnj.org, 13 June 2006 [cached]
-- Fred D. DeSanti, CEO, PSE&G
Is pork on menu for lame ducks?
www.bergen.com, 9 Dec 2001 [cached]
"These guys have hundreds of people petitioning for time on a daily basis," said Frederick DeSanti, chief lobbyist for PSE&G."Do I think the PAC funding gets [the company's concerns] on the [legislators'] agenda?Yes, I do.But that is the limit of it.
"But if you don't make it on the merits of the argument, you are not going to get there.If you don't have the intellectual horsepower to get these done, you are not going to win."
The Observer: Weekly Newspaper
www.theobserver.com, 1 Feb 2006 [cached]
DeSanti named to Bloomfield College's Board of Trustees BLOOMFIELD - Frederick D. DeSanti, Vice President-External Affairs, Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), was recently named to Bloomfield College's Board of Trustees. DeSanti began his career with PSE&G in 1972 as an engineer in the electric distribution department, and rotated to several operating positions in both electric and gas distribution throughout the state for the remainder of that decade.In 1980, he became Manager - State Governmental Affairs in Trenton, and in 1984, he was moved to commercial operations, where he headed customer service operations for the southern New Jersey counties served by PSE&G.In 1998, he was named General Manager - Corporate Issues and State Governmental Affairs, where for the past decade he has worked to help formulate the public policy necessary to successfully shape the restructuring of the electric and gas industry in New Jersey. DeSanti is a graduate of Rutgers University College of Engineering.He received his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering in 1972, and his master's degree in mechanical engineering in 1975.
In 1992, he
completed the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration's
Program for Management Development in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He
has recently completed a six-year gubernatorial appointment to the Rutgers University
Board of Governors.He serves on the executive board of the New Jersey Utilities Association, the board of New Jersey Junior Achievement, the board of the Irish American Cultural Institute, the board of the Regional Planning Partnership and on the board of New Jersey Symphony Hall.He is a former board member of the South Jersey Chamber of Commerce, the Cherry Hill Chamber of Commerce, and the Burlington County Community Action Program.
In 2004, Mr. DeSanti
was named Italian American of the Year by the Sons of Italy New Jersey Foundation, Inc.He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and is a licensed professional engineer in the State of New Jersey. DeSanti
resides in Mendham Township with his
wife Dale.They have two sons, Frederick
, Jr., and James.