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Gail Brady Honored By Utilities Group


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Gail Brady

The New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA) has bestowed the utility industry’s highest honor, the NJUA Distinguished Service Award, to Verona resident Gail P. Brady, president of GB Consulting Services, a utility regulatory consulting firm, for her highly accomplished and influential 40-plus year career in the water industry. The award was presented during the utility industry’s 96th annual conference on June 9 at Seaview Resort in Galloway, NJ.

Brady is a former senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer of Elizabethtown Water Company and Treasurer of E’town Corporation for a combined 30 years. She has been a member of the faculty of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) Utility Rate School for over 35 years and a key architect of the
mock rate case portion of the curriculum that has taught thousands of public and private sector individuals across the nation in the regulation of water, wastewater, electric, natural gas, and telecommunications industries.

A certified public accountant, Brady received a bachelor’s in accounting from the former Upsala College located in East Orange, NJ and an MBA in finance from Seton Hall University. Brady’s volunteerism has focused on education in New Jersey. She shares her broad knowledge and experience as an adjunct professor of accounting at Kean University. She has also served on the Ramapo College of New Jersey Board of Trustees since 1993.

“Gail has and continues to have an enormous impact on the utility industry and thus, was an obvious choice for this award. Her career is an inspiration to many in the industry,” said Karen Alexander, president and chief executive officer of NJUA.

Brady, the 23rd recipient of the NJUA Distinguished Service Award, holds leadership roles in various activities supporting NJUA, the National Association of Water Companies-New Jersey Chapter and the Executive Women of New Jersey.

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