Bimson Maggi becomes first woman to chair NPGA

Michelle Bimson MaggiValley Forge, Pa. (June 13, 2022) — In partnership with the National Propane Gas Association (NPGA), UGI Corporation announced that Michelle Bimson Maggi, vice president of law — AmeriGas, has been appointed the first woman to chair NPGA. AmeriGas Propane, the nation’s largest retail propane marketer, is a subsidiary of UGI Corporation.

“On behalf of UGI and AmeriGas, I am thrilled to congratulate Michelle on her new leadership role within the NPGA,” said Paul M. Ladner, president — AmeriGas. “This appointment is a testament to Michelle’s hard work and dedication, her passion for advocacy and her extensive knowledge of the propane business. We are proud to have Michelle and AmeriGas as a leading voice in our industry.”

“I am honored to have been selected as Chair of NPGA,” said Bimson Maggi. “I look forward to working closely with the NPGA leadership team and our 2,400 members to expand NPGA’s advocacy, education, and diversity and inclusion efforts. The propane industry, powered by more than 57,000 American workers, is a critical part of our nation’s economy. We can use our collective voice to convey to the public important messages about the benefits of propane — and to advocate for how propane companies make positive contributions to the environment.”


As AmeriGas’ VP of law, Bimson Maggi is responsible for advising the company on legal, risk management, industry and political matters. She has held positions of increasing responsibility in the UGI/AmeriGas Law departments since she joined the company in 2007, including associate counsel, counsel, senior counsel and group counsel. She is a founding member and a current leader of UGI’s Women’s Impact Network (WIN) employee resource group. Earlier in her career, Bimson Maggi worked as a litigation associate at Blank Rome and Reed Smith. She is a graduate of the Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware, and holds a Bachelor of Arts in government and politics from the University of Maryland, College Park.

“Michelle is a modern leader and the perfect fit to chair NPGA,” said Stephen Kaminski, president and CEO of NPGA. “She’s a strategic thinker, a champion for propane and an ardent advocate for driving the industry forward. I am excited to work hand-in-hand with her.”