Susan Buehler

Chief Communications Officer

Ms. Buehler has 20 years of media and strategic communications experience. At PJM, she has raised the profile of the nation’s largest electric grid and wholesale energy markets. She is responsible for strategic communications plans, internal communications initiatives and messaging around energy policy. In addition, she is responsible for Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives.

Prior to joining PJM, Ms. Buehler was Executive Vice President for Bellevue Communications, where she managed the day-to-day operations and some of the firm’s largest clients. In addition, she spearheaded the firm’s media training and crisis communications initiatives.

Ms. Buehler is a former Emmy-award winning television journalist with experience working as a reporter, editor and producer at stations in Philadelphia, Des Moines and Sioux Falls. She became the managing editor of Fox News in Philadelphia where she made key editorial decisions on news coverage, planning and scheduling. Ms. Buehler is a four-time Emmy award nominee for outstanding general reporting and breaking news coverage.

In addition to her television news experience, Ms. Buehler served as a spokesperson for PECO Energy in Philadelphia and represented major corporate brands including McDonalds, Campbell Soup, Citizens Bank, and Chemring USA.
Ms. Buehler is active in community organizations. She serves on the Board of Directors for College Possible Philadelphia, the Philly Ad Club, and the Philadelphia Public Relations Assoc. Board. Previously, she served on the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Board of Governors. She is past president of the Board of the mid-Atlantic chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and is active in the Public Relations Society of America. Ms. Buehler has been honored with a Woman of Distinction award by the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Ms. Buehler holds a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University.