Jenny Wang

Jenny Wang
Director, Business Planning and Development
DTE Energy

Jenny Wang is director of Business Planning and Development at DTE Energy Co. (NYSE: DTE), a Detroit-based diversified energy company involved in the development and management of energy-related businesses and services nationwide. Wang is responsible for overseeing the development and deployment of lighting products and services for Residential, Business and Municipal customers, the long- and short-term energy forecasting function and the electric choice program management.

Wang joined DTE Energy in 2002 as a senior strategist in the Energy Distribution’s president’s staff organization. Garnering positions of greater responsibility throughout her tenure at DTE, she also served as the manager – strategy & special projects group prior to being named to the position of director – Detroit Edison Strategy & Planning in 2008. In this position, Wang was responsible for leading and driving implementation of a variety of strategic projects for Detroit Edison’s power generation, electric distribution, customer service, marketing and assorted support functions. She was also responsible for the company’s integrated resource planning, long- and short-term energy forecasting function, and the electric choice program office. Prior to joining DTE Energy, Wang was the project lead in the manufacturing systems department at Ford Motor Company. She was a strategy consultant at Mayflower Vehicle Systems in Farmington Hills, MI, and she was a research assistant at the Center of Engineering Polymers in Changchun, China.

Wang earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan; a Master of Engineering degree from the University of Detroit; a Master of Science degree from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and a Bachelor of Engineering degree at the Dalian University of Technology (China). Wang is a member of the DTE Energy Women’s Leadership Forum. She serves as the Chair of Publicity on the Board of the Council of Asian Pacific Americans (CAPA). She also serves on the Board of SOS Community Services in Washtenaw County.