Marisol Ramirez is Supplier Diversity Manager for the Procurement Organization at Public Service Enterprise Group Inc. (PSEG) in Newark, New Jersey. Ms. Ramirez’s background includes over 25 years of leadership experience in the areas of Customer Service, Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable. Since joining PSEG in 2014, Marisol has been the Supervisor of the Accounts Payable Group and has trained in Supplier Diversity since 2017.
Marisol serves as a member of the PSEG Diversity and Inclusion Council, Vice-Chair and Membership Trustee for the Adelante Employee Business Resource Group and is a member of the PSEG Pride and Women’s Network Employee Business Groups. She has held a Board of Directors Seat with the Newark Puerto Rican Day Parade and Saint Michael’s Hospital. Marisol enjoys her time volunteering and received the PSEG Recognizing Excellence in Volunteerism 2016 Award of Merit. She also enjoys traveling and raising two daughters.
Marisol received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Accounting from Montclair State University. She is a sister of Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc.
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) is a publicly traded (NYSE:PEG) diversified energy company headquartered in New Jersey, and one of the ten largest electric companies in the U.S.
PSEG is a diversified energy company. Established in 1903, the company has long had a key role in fueling New Jersey’s economy and supporting the state’s quality of life.
Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) is New Jersey’s largest provider of electric and gas service – serving 2.2 million electric customers and 1.8 million gas customers or nearly three out of every four people in the state.
PSEG also owns and operates a diverse fleet of power plants with approximately 12,000 megawatts of generating capacity located primarily in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions and has solar energy facilities throughout the United States. Another member of the PSEG family of companies, PSEG Long Island, operates the electric transmission and distribution system of the Long Island Power Authority, with 1.1 million customers.