Daniella Piper is the acting Chief of Staff to the President and CEO and Vice President of the Digital Transformation Office at the New York Power Authority (NYPA), the largest state electric utility in the nation, where she governs and coordinates innovation and performance improvement.
Piper started her career with NYPA in 2007 as an Electrical Engineer. She later worked in Technical Compliance on the development of NYPA’s Reliability Standards and Compliance Program and was the project manager for two of NYPA’s largest initiatives—the Transmission Life Extension and Modernization Program and the Marcy South Series Compensation Project.
Piper is a licensed professional engineer in New York State and earned a Technician’s Diploma in electrical and electronic engineering from the National Examination Council in Trinidad, a Bachelor of Engineering in electrical engineering from City College of New York and a Master of Science in electrical engineering from New York University.
Piper has been a member of IEEE since 2005. In her spare time, she is a mentor in the Workplace Culture Coaching Program, of the Westchester Community College.