Edward J. Fortunato

Chief Economist
Constellation Energy


As the Chief Economist, he tracks global and domestic economic forces, forecasts future economic trends, and analyzes how these patterns and events impact the company. 
Over the last nineteen years at Exelon, Edward has managed the proprietary trading book and the short-term analytics group. He has led the implementation of trading strategies in both the proprietary and hedging books and has run the fundamental analysis group.
Prior to working at Exelon, Edward served as the Vice President of Natural Gas Trading at Merrill Lynch Global Commodities and was a Senior Energy Trader at Edison Mission Energy. He originally started out in the oil business, trading oil, natural gas, and other commodities.
Edward has an MBA with high honors in finance from Boston University and a BBA from Baruch College.

He is an active community member and was involved with Catholic Charities and Our Daily Bread Hot Meal Program. He also currently serves on the Board of Directors for Partners in Excellence Scholarship Program and Marian House, and is the Chair of the Loyola University Maryland’s Data Science/Science Board of Directors. Although a native New Yorker, Ed now lives in historic Ellicott City, Maryland with his wife, Sarah, son Hank and dog, Dozer.