Former Lawyer Went From $50K To $5.3M Trading Options
Slaving away for 70 hrs a week as a lawyer in Chicago, I was miserable.

I ran into guys who worked the trading floor at the local exchange. I began trading the same way they did. I started out with $50K (much more than I needed, actually).

I grew my $50K into $5.3M
I'll show you how I did it here.
Penelope M. Conner, insider at Eversource Energy

Penelope M. Conner Insider Information

Penni McLean-Conner, advisory board member for the Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy, is Chief Customer Officer and Senior Vice President of Customer Group for Eversource Energy. She is responsible for providing Eversource’s 3.5 million electric and gas customers with high quality customer service and delivering a cost-effective portfolio of electric and gas energy efficiency programs.

Penni is a recognized thought leader in the utility industry with over 30 years of experience implementing positive change, particularly in the areas of leadership, superior customer service and energy efficiency programs. In her current role, Penni leads an integrated team of customer service employees, charged with delivering consistent, positive customer experiences across multiple platforms. This also includes management of an energy efficiency portfolio of programs that tops $500 million annually and provides Eversource customers with highly-valued energy efficiency services ranked number one in the nation.

She is a published author and the customer service columnist for Electric Light and Power Magazine. Penni’s most recent book “Profiles in Excellence: Utility Chief Customer Officers,” shares the stories of eight all-star chief customer officers who have demonstrated success in creating a customer- focused culture. Penni has also published “Customer Service: Utility Style,” and “Energy Efficiency: Principles and Practices.”

Penni is a 2016 recipient of the New England Women in Energy and the Environment Achievement Award. She was also honored in 2017 with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Pinnacle Award for Achievement in Management.

Penni holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from North Carolina State University and is a registered Professional Engineer. She is active in the industry, chairing the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) and CS Week. Locally she chairs the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley and serves on the Boston Green Ribbon Commission and Medfield Energy Committee.

What is Penelope M. Conner's net worth?

The estimated net worth of Penelope M. Conner is at least $415,348.18 as of May 24th, 2022. Ms. Conner owns 4,979 shares of Eversource Energy stock worth more than $415,348 as of June 29th. This net worth approximation does not reflect any other investments that Ms. Conner may own. Learn More about Penelope M. Conner's net worth.

How do I contact Penelope M. Conner?

The corporate mailing address for Ms. Conner and other Eversource Energy executives is 300 CADWELL DRIVE, SPRINGFIELD MA, 06037. Eversource Energy can also be reached via phone at (860) 286-5000 and via email at [email protected] Learn More on Penelope M. Conner's contact information.

Has Penelope M. Conner been buying or selling shares of Eversource Energy?

During the last ninety days, Penelope M. Conner has sold $367,000.00 in shares of Eversource Energy stock. 0 shares of the firm's stock in a transaction on Wednesday, June 29th. Learn More on Penelope M. Conner's trading history.

Who are Eversource Energy's active insiders?

Eversource Energy's insider roster includes Jay Buth (VP), Gregory Butler (VP), Christine Carmody (EVP), Cotton Cleveland (Insider), Penelope Conner (EVP), Linda Forry (Insider), James Hunt, III (EVP), William Van Faasen (Insider), and Frederica Williams (Insider). Learn More on Eversource Energy's active insiders.

Are insiders buying or selling shares of Eversource Energy?

In the last year, insiders at the utilities provider sold shares 9 times. They sold a total of 17,508 shares worth more than $1,546,361.87. The most recent insider tranaction occured on June, 1st when VP Jay S Buth sold 650 shares worth more than $60,157.50. Insiders at Eversource Energy own 0.4 % of the company. Learn More about insider trades at Eversource Energy.

Information on this page was last updated on 6/1/2022.

Penelope M. Conner Insider Trading History at Eversource Energy

Transaction DateBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
5/24/2022Sell4,000$91.75$367,000.004,979View SEC Filing Icon  
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Penelope M. Conner Buying and Selling Activity at Eversource Energy

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Eversource Energy Company Overview

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Eversource Energy, a public utility holding company, engages in the energy delivery business. The company operates through Electric Distribution, Electric Transmission, Natural Gas Distribution, and Water Distribution segments. It is involved in the transmission and distribution of electricity; solar power facilities; and distribution of natural gas. The company operates regulated water utilities that provide water services to approximately 226,000 customers. It serves residential, commercial, industrial, municipal and fire protection, and other customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. The company was formerly known as Northeast Utilities and changed its name to Eversource Energy in April 2015. Eversource Energy is based in Springfield, Massachusetts.
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