John W. Rowe

JOHN W. ROWE is co-CEO and President of Exelon Corporation, formed in
October 2000 by the merger of Unicom Corporation and PECO Energy. Prior
to the formation of Exelon, Mr. Rowe served as Chairman, President and
Chief Executive Officer of Unicom Corporation and Commonwealth Edison
Company from March 1998. Mr. Rowe was President and Chief Executive
Officer of New England Electric System from 1989 to February 1998.
Before joining NEES, Mr. Rowe served as President and Chief Executive
Officer of Central Maine Power Company from 1984 to 1989 and as Senior
Vice President of Law for Consolidated Rail Corporation (Conrail) in
Philadelphia. Mr. Rowe worked with the Chicago law firm of Isham,
Lincoln & Beale from 1970 to 1980, where he became a partner in 1978 and
served as counsel to the Trustees of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul &
Pacific Railroad Company. Mr. Rowe is a native of Wisconsin, a graduate
of the University of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin Law
School, and a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the Order of the Coif. He
serves on the Board of Directors at UnumProvident Corporation, Fleet
Boston Financial and Wisconsin Central Transportation Company.
Additionally, he is on the Board of Trustees at The Art Institute of
Chicago, The Chicago Historical Society, The Field Museum, the Wisconsin
Alumni Research Foundation, the American Enterprise Institute and the
Illinois chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Mr. Rowe is Chairman of the
Edison Electric Institute, a Trustee of Northwestern University and a
member of The Economic Club of Chicago, The Chicago Urban League, and
The Commercial Club of Chicago, for which he serves on the Civic

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John W. Rowe - Exelon Corporation (exc)
May 31, 2001