Jarvis and her team develop strategies around corporate goodwill in the communities served by Pepco Holdings and its three operating utilities. She works closely with the region presidents for Pepco, Delmarva Power and Atlantic City Electric. Based in Washington, D.C., Pepco Holdings employs more than 4,700 people, owns more than $16.1 billion in assets and generates approximately $4.8 billion in annual revenues. Pepco Holdings serves 2 million customers as the parent company of Pepco, an electric utility serving Washington, D.C., and suburban Maryland; Delmarva Power, an electric and gas utility serving Delaware and the rest of the Delmarva Peninsula; and Atlantic City Electric, an electric utility serving southern New Jersey. Pepco Holdings is a recently acquired subsidiary of Exelon Corporation, one of the nation’s leading energy services companies. Exelon is headquartered in Chicago and trades on the NYSE under the ticker EXC.
Ms. Jarvis previously served as Vice President of the award winning Corporate Communications team of Pepco Holdings, Inc. (PHI). She also has served as PHI’s face and voice in radio and TV commercials for Pepco, Delmarva Power and Atlantic City Electric. Before joining PHI in 2004 as Manager, Media Relations, Ms. Jarvis served as a news anchor and reporter with NBC4 in Washington. She enjoyed more than 20 years of success in TV and radio news, advertising and marketing in the Washington, D.C., Ohio, Michigan and Connecticut broadcast markets.
Jarvis currently serves as Leadership Montgomery’s Board Chair. In 2013, Jarvis was appointed as Board Chair for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington and served in this role until 2016. In addition, Jarvis serves on the boards or advisory councils of the Washington D.C. Police Foundation; DC Education Fund; Washington Area Women’s Foundation; N. St. Village; South East Tennis and Learning Center’s Recreation Wish List Committee; Catholic Charities; Children’s National Medical Center and Generation Hope. Jarvis has served on the boards of a number of other charitable organizations in the Washington, D.C. area and beyond and has handled emcee duties for dozens more.
Jarvis graduated with a degree in International Business from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, and began her career in sales, marketing and advertising in the Midwest and along the East Coast before moving into broadcast news.