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Anne Hoskins

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Anne Hoskins
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Maryland Public Service Commission
In office
August 2013 - present
Term ends
June 30, 2016
Years in position 2
PredecessorW. Kevin Hughes
Base salary$150,000
Elections and appointments
AppointedAugust 2013
Appointed byGovernor Martin O'Malley (D)
Term limitsNone
Bachelor'sCornell University (1984)
Master'sPrinceton University (1986)
J.D.Harvard Law School (1994)
ProfessionAttorney, Research Scholar
Office website
Anne Hoskins is a member of the Maryland Public Service Commission. She was appointed to the commission by Gov. Martin O'Malley, effective August 2013, for a term ending June 30, 2016. Hoskins was named to 5-member executive board--charged with regulating public utility and transportation company services statewide--to fill the vacancy created by Kevin Hughes' promotion to the commission chairmanship.[1][2]

Hoskins serves alongside commissioners Harold D. Williams, Lawrence Brenner, Kelly Speakes-Backman and PSC Chair Kevin Hughes.


Hoskins holds a B.S. in Applied Economics from Cornell University, an M.P.A. degree from Princeton University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.[2]

Hoskins' professional experience in utility management and public policy includes over six years as Senior Vice President of Public Affairs and Sustainability for the Public Service Enterprise Group in Newark, New Jersey. Before that, she was head counsel for Verizon Wireless and a Public Capital Program Coordinator for the Center for Policy Alternatives. While in New Jersey, Hoskins served as policy adviser to former Governor Thomas Kean.[3]

An attorney licensed to practice in Maryland, New Jersey and Washington D.C., Hoskins' legal background has traversed private and government sectors working on issues relating to telecommunications, energy and the environment. She lectures on these subjects as well, most recently at Princeton University's Andlinger Center on Energy and the Environment. There, Hoskins conducted research and facilitated roundtable discussions on clean energy policy and distribution in the position of Visiting Research Scholar.[2] Hoskins is also former associate at the firm of McCarter and English and attorney for the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, where she pushed for federal anti-discrimination banking regulations.


  • Bachelor of Science in applied economics - Cornell University (1984)
  • Master of Public Affairs - Princeton University (1986)
  • Juris Doctor - Harvard Law School (1994)

Political career

Maryland Public Service Commission (2013-Present)

Hoskins has served on the Maryland Public Service Commission since August 2013. Her term expires June 30, 2016.[1]



Hoskins was appointed to the Maryland Public Service Commission by Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) effective August 30, 2013, with her term ending June 30, 2016.[2]


Hoskins currently resides in Baltimore City, Maryland with her family.[2]

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Preceded by
W. Kevin Hughes
Maryland Public Service Commission
2013 - Present
Succeeded by