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Dianne Solomon was nominated by Governor Chris Christie to serve as Commissioner to the Board of Public Utilities on April 17, 2013, and confirmed by the New Jersey Senate on June 27, 2013.   Dianne served as President and as a member of the Governor's Cabinet from January 14, 2014 through October 5, 2014.

The BPU has jurisdiction over the rates and facilities of electric, gas, water and wastewater, telephone and cable television companies and works to ensure that consumers have access to safe, reliable, and efficient services at reasonable costs. In addition, the BPU is working to foster innovation, competition and consumer choice in the energy and telecommunications markets.

Prior to her nomination, Dianne served as Commissioner with the South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA).  On September 13, 2010, Governor Christie appointed Dianne to the position with the SJTA, which is responsible for operating the Atlantic City Expressway, Atlantic City Airport and shuttle service in and around South Jersey.  As Commissioner, Dianne dealt with complex transportation funding and infrastructure issues, as well as tourism services during SJTA's focus on Atlantic City.

Prior to the SJTA, Dianne was a member of Governor Christie’s Transition Authorities Subcommittee.

Dianne graduated from Rider University with a degree in Political Science and attended the Philadelphia Institute for Paralegal Studies, concentrating on litigation.  She worked as a paralegal for a number of years on commercial, contract and construction litigation cases and performed legal compliance review on escheat matters. Dianne served as President of the Philadelphia Association of Paralegals.  She also served on the Board of Directors at the Katz Jewish Community Center for seven years, assisting in the transition to a much larger campus and facility in Cherry Hill.  Dianne currently is a member on the Gas Committee of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC).

Dianne and her husband Lee A. Solomon, a New Jersey Supreme Court Justice, reside in Haddonfield, NJ.