Advisory Council Member
Emman Ebosie is currently the Director of the Project Management Office at Projects & Construction for Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated (PSEG) and has been since 2018. Previously, Mr. Ebosie was a Manager and Principal Controls Engineer in the same department starting in 2011.
Since joining PSE&G in 2011, Mr. Ebosie has supported and led numerous Projects, Programs and Portfolios within the Projects & Construction, including the Northeast Grid Reliability Project, Energy Strong I Program, Grid Modernization and the 69kV Expansion Program.
Mr. Ebosie is a leader not only within Projects & Construction but the company as well. Mr. Ebosie is constantly collaborating with various stakeholders both internal and external on financial and controls matters.
Mr. Ebosie obtained both his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and Master of Science in Engineering Management degrees from Syracuse University. Shortly after graduation Mr. Ebosie worked with the Port Authority through a contracting firm. At the Port Authority, Mr. Ebosie provided financial cost control and reporting to the company’s Capital Portfolio. After a few years, Mr. Ebosie was reassigned to provide similar expertise to PSE&G’s Transmission Capital Portfolio. And shortly thereafter joined the company as an internal employee.
During Mr. Ebosie’s time with the company he has achieved certifications as a Project Management Professional (PMP) and Program Management Professional (PgMP). Mr. Ebosie is a 2015 graduate of the PSEG Leadership Academy and then in 2016 was a Coach at the same PSEG Leadership Academy.
Mr. Ebosie gives back to his community through his love for sports. Mr. Ebosie still actively participates in Basketball and Flag Football leagues. But, in addition Mr. Ebosie volunteers as a coach both youth and adult Basketball, Flag Football and Baseball teams.