Anne Hoskins was appointed to the Maryland Public Service Commission by Governor Martin O'Malley in September 2013. Her term runs through June 2016. Prior to serving on the Commission, Anne served as a Visiting Research Scholar at Princeton University, conducting policy research on distributed generation and lecturing on energy and environmental issues. For the previous 18 years, Anne served as a telecommunications lawyer and as a public policy, sustainability and public affairs leader for an electricity and gas utility. Earlier in her career, Anne supported the implementation of federal anti-discrimination regulations at the United States Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, served as a policy adviser in the New Jersey Governor’s Office, and managed economic policy initiatives at a policy research and development organization in Washington, D.C..
Anne earned a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School, a Master's degree in Public Affairs from Princeton and a B.S. degree in Applied Economics from Cornell University. She is admitted to practice law in Maryland; Washington, D.C.; and New Jersey and lives with her family in Baltimore City.