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Matthew Lenzini

Matthew has multiple years of experience supervising and managing technical teams, as well as formulating statements of work, requests for proposal, project plans, risk management plans, stakeholder analysis and budget strategies for each project. With Landis + Gyr, he supports Smart Grid programs and is currently working with Fortune 500 clients to assist them with implementing and realizing value from their Strategic Smart Grid investments.

Age: 37

Program Manager

Landis + Gyr

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About Matthew: Matthew Lenzini serves as a program manager at Landis+Gyr NorthAmerica’s East region. Landis+Gyr offers energy meters and smart metering solutions for Fortune 500 clients.

Lenzini was a lead project manager at Pepco Holdings, overseeing projects in Delaware, Maryland and Washington, D.C. ““ managing technical teams, formulating risk management plans and requests for proposals, stakeholder analyses and budget strategies.

Now, at Landis+Gyr, he assists Fortune 500 clients with implementing strategic smart grid investments.

He was a 2011 fellow of Leadership Delaware, a board member of Trustees of Color, a board member of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Greater Delaware Valley Chapter, a Rotarian, and he is currently chair of the Colonial Region Republican Committee.

In 2014 he ran as the Republican candidate for the 15th District seat representative seat.

He serves as a guest lecturer for business classes at the University of Delaware and entrepreneurship classes at Wilmington University.

Lenzini is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and a Certified Project Management Professional, a Project Management Institute member and a certified management professional. He is a Microsoft ““certified systems engineer with a diploma in computer networking and data communications from the Chubb Institute, a bachelor of science in computer science from Regis University and an international executive master of
business administration from Georgetown University.


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