Nyisha Chapman

Manager, Community Partnership

Office of Corporate Communications and External Affairs

Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW)


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Nyisha Chapman serves as the Manager of Community Partnerships in the Corporate Communications and External Affairs Department for the Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW). PGW is the largest municipally owned gas utility in the nation.


Ms. Chapman is responsible for managing and establishing key stakeholder interface with the community, legislators and various Philadelphia neighborhood constituencies. She develops initiatives that promote good will and fosters relationships with community leaders in addition to providing strategic and tactical counsel to PGW executive team and staff. She develops and executes PGW’s long term community outreach and consumer education plans. Ms. Chapman has served as a panelist at many community forums; educating the City of Philadelphia about conservation, weatherization and gas utility products and services.


Ms. Chapman has held various positions at PGW in Customer Operations, Training, and Procedures Development departments. She is experienced in emergency and crisis response, customer service, and credit and collection initiatives.


She has been recognized by several local and state legislators for her work in the community. She was a recipient of the Community Service award and Women’s History Image Award – for providing education to the community, presented by Senator Vincent Hughes, the recipient of the Next Generation of Leadership: Rising Stars award and Legislative District Image Award for her commitment to Public Service.


Ms. Chapman received her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Strayer University. She also has received her certification in Training and Development and Project Management from the American Management Association.


As an active member in the community, Ms. Chapman has been involved in numerous projects with Urban Angel Foundation, National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Pennsylvania Chapter, Concerned Parents Network, City of Philadelphia and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.


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