Anne Hoskins was appointed to the Maryland Public Service Commission 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 lives with her family in Baltimore City.