Principal Project Manager, Smart Grid Project Execution
Newark, Delaware, United States
A seasoned infrastructure manager with over ten years of experience spanning public and private sectors, Rafik Eldaly is a proven leader in driving transformative projects. Currently serving as the Category Lead at Exelon Energy, he's at the forefront of smart grid modernization efforts. Rafik's role involves enhancing the performance of the Transmission line system program delivery and spearheading the integration of innovative methodologies in project management to optimize outcomes.
In his capacity as the Prinicipal Project Manager, Rafik plays a pivotal role in advancing the field of smart grid modernization. From V2G to Smart Solar Inverters, he's instrumental in optimizing the Transmission line system performance, contributing to the evolution of the energy landscape toward greater efficiency and sustainability. Prior to his role at Exelon, Rafik held the position of Senior Project Manager at MTA, New York, where he orchestrated the strategic planning and execution of infrastructure programs, including Traction Power & Track. His work directly impacted the busiest commuter rail system in the United States, showcasing his ability to manage complex projects with precision.
Beyond his corporate roles, Rafik is a trusted independent consultant and trainer in project management. He specializes in crafting tailored training programs and innovative solutions for project managers across experience levels. His collaboration with both public and private entities underscores his adaptability and expertise in diverse environments.
Rafik holds a Master of Science degree in Construction Management from Stevens Institute of Technology, along with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. His credentials also include being CM-Lean certified and a holder of the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification. As an active member of PMI-Delaware Valley chapter, he remains engaged in the project management community.
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM PDT