Dianne Solomon was nominated by Governor Chris Christie to serve as Commissioner to the Board of Public Utilities on April 17, 2013, and confirmed by the New Jersey Senate on June 27, 2013. Prior to her nomination, Dianne served as Commissioner with the South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA). On September 13, 2010, Governor Christie appointed Dianne to the position with the SJTA, which is responsible for operating the Atlantic City Expressway, Atlantic City Airport and shuttle service in and around South Jersey. As Commissioner, Dianne dealt with complex transportation funding and infrastructure issues, as well as tourism services during SJTA's focus on Atlantic City.
Also, Dianne worked in the field of one of her passions, tennis. In 2009, Dianne became an official with the United States Tennis Association and currently serves as Middle States New Jersey District Chair. For many years earlier in her career, Dianne was employed as a paralegal working for legal, corporate and non-profit entities.
Dianne and her husband Lee A. Solomon, a New Jersey Superior Court Judge, and their three children have resided in Haddonfield for the past 16 years.