Melanie Littlejohn

Melanie Littlejohn

Melanie Littlejohn serves as the Vice President for New York Customer and Community Management at National Grid. (NYSE: NGG), a natural gas and electricity provider, where she is responsible for leading stakeholder management statewide to ensure processes, planning and best practices are delivered consistently to National Grid’s New York customers. Ms. Littlejohn joined the company (then Niagara Mohawk) in April of 1994 as the Director of Inclusion & Diversity-US Operations. Prior to her current position, she was Director of Customer and Community Management for Central New York. Before joining Niagara Mohawk, Ms. Littlejohn was the Executive Director of Urban League Onondaga County. Before joining the Urban League, she was the Manager of International Client Services for Banker’s Trust Company in the Wall Street District. Ms. Littlejohn obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management. In addition, she was selected to participate in National Grid’s Developing Future Business Leader’s program administered by the London Center for High Performance. She resides in Syracuse, New York. Ms. Littlejohn pursues an active role in the community, currently serving as the Trustee/Officer of Onondaga Community College, Business Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Board of Directors and Executive Committee of CenterState CEO, Board of Directors of Manufacturers of Central New York, Consensus CNY (Commission Member) and SUNY Morrisville Business School Council of Advisor’s. Ms. Littejohn’s experience in working with a large public company provides us with valuable market perspective.