SEQ CHAPTER h r 1RAYMOND RENO CASSIDY
Bishop O’Connell High School:
2006 to Present
Teacher – 13 years. Taught Algebra 2 /
Trigonometry, Geometry, and College Math Concepts.
Honor Society Moderator – 12 years
Math League Moderator – 1 year
the scoreboard at home football games – 5 years
Geometry Course Teacher – 3 Years.
Taught motivated students seeking accelerated advancement in the math
by the state of Virginia though June, 2022.
Financial Consultant to Electric
and Gas Utilities and Utility Consumer Groups:
2000 to 2006
expert financial testimony in administrative litigated proceedings.
less complex mathematical techniques to demonstrate the logical consequences of
competing recommendations when presented to individuals possessing a layman’s
knowledge and understanding of analysis of a company’s financial position. Resulted in a highly useful tool with which
to influence high-level administrative law judges to accept my estimates of
equity costs as the most appropriate of the recommendations.
Chief, Financial Analysis Branch, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
(FERC), Washington, D.C., 1991-2000
negotiated agreements between parties with opposing interests in matters
involving substantial sums of money, with the alternative being an expensive
litigated court procedure. Successfully
produced settlements of issues that gave all parties results they could live
with versus “rolling the dice” in courtroom litigation.
for recruiting and training junior analysts as expert witnesses in rate
hearings before a Federal Commission.
Training included familiarization with Federal regulations, financial
operations of the electric utility industry, and stock valuation models. Conducted moot court proceedings with
cross-examinations to prepare young professionals for the intensity encountered
in the adversarial setting of a courtroom.
This training enabled young analysts to testify as credible witnesses
before administrative law judges early in their careers.
Team Leader-Financial Analysis,
FERC, Washington, D.C., 1986-1991
Financial Analyst, FERC, Washington, D.C., 1975-1986
Statistician, FERC, Washington, D.C., 1971-1975
Master of Business
Administration, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh,
Bachelor of Arts (Mathematics), College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio
Senior Management Training, U.S.
Department of Energy, Washington, D.C.