Carol Decina is Jurisdictional Manager for the Borough of Staten Island for National Grid, one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world.  She assumes Community and Customer Engagement responsibilities and is the central point of contact for key stakeholders on Staten Island, ensuring business needs are met and customer satisfaction is sustained.

Ms. Decina has a long and distinguished career with National Grid, starting in 1981 with Brooklyn Union Gas.  She has held numerous and varied positions over the years in areas such as Human Resources, Shared Services, and Public Awareness.  Carol also served as Chief of Staff to the Executive Vice President and US COO of Gas Distribution for several years.

In 2016, Carol was bestowed The Staten Island Power Women in Business Award, recognized for her work and commitment to Staten Island.  In 2017, The Staten Island Zoological Society honored her for her contributions to the Staten Island community, presenting her with the Dr. Patricia O’Connor Business Leadership Award.  In 2018, Carol was recognized by St. Francis College for her outstanding support and dedication, while embodying the spirit of the Franciscan mission.  And in 2019, the College of Staten Island (CSI) presented her with the President’s Medal of Honor for her continued collaboration and support of the college.

Ms. Decina serves on the Executive Board of Trustees of the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce as well as the Executive Board of Trustees of the Staten Island Economic Development Corporation.  She enjoys giving back and remains active on several committees at her Alma Mater, St. Francis College.

Ms. Decina holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Resources from St. Francis College and an MBA from Dowling College.   She is a resident of Dyker Heights, Brooklyn.