Donise Dukes

Affiliated Organization:
ITC Holdings Corp.

Donise Cameron Dukes has over 17 years of experience in federal affairs policy, primarily in the field of energy. She is currently the Director of Federal Affairs for ITC Holdings Corporation. ITC is the largest independent electricity transmission company in the United States and is based in Novi, Michigan. Cameron-Dukes is based in the company’s Washington, D.C. office where she leads ITC’s advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill.

Before joining ITC, Cameron-Dukes served as a federal affairs director for Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG), where she was responsible for developing and implementing the company’s engagement strategies with elected officials and key policymakers. Prior to this she served on the political affairs team for the Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association.

In addition to her role at ITC, Cameron-Dukes is active in a number of industry organizations including the Edison Electric Institute, the American Gas Association, where she is the current legislative committee chair and in the Women’s Council on Energy and the Environment where she has served on the board. She also serves as president of the New Jersey State Society and is active in the Queen Anne’s County Character Counts! Program.

Cameron-Dukes holds a master’s degree in legislative affairs from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland.