Senior Vice President, Gas Engineering | Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Janisse Quiñones, who joined PG&E in April 2021, is responsible for gas engineering and strategy. This role is accountable for defining the near-term priorities and long-term planning to support operational execution and sustainability of PG&E's gas assets.
Quiñones brings over 20 years of engineering and utility experience, joining PG&E most recently from National Grid, where she served as Vice President of Gas Systems Engineering. In that role, she was responsible for the engineering and design of natural gas distribution, transmission and infrastructure projects for National Grid’s U.S. territory. Prior to National Grid, Quiñones held key leadership roles at Cobra Energy and San Diego Gas & Electric, and has served in the U.S. Coast Guard both full-time and in the reserves for 17 years, including as Commander and Deputy of Planning and Incident Management.
Quiñones graduated from University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, and holds advanced degrees in Business Administration and International Relations. Quiñones is a licensed mechanical engineer and certified energy manager.