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Industry Leaders that shared ground-breaking insight at NDUF 2019

The world leading speaker line-up for the Nuclear Decommissioning & Used Fuel Strategy Summit brought together the finest utilities, service companies and industry experts in nuclear. With industry leaders, expert practitioners and front running innovators all on board to discuss and deliver advances in nuclear decommissioning and used fuel strategy, the 2020 meeting will be the best yet.

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Exclusive Utility Insights:

  • Mark Lesinski
    Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
    Mark Lesinski President & CEO
    Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
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    Mark Lesinski was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories Limited (CNL) effective 2015 September 13. CNL is Canada's premier nuclear science and technology laboratory managed by the Canadian National Energy Alliance (CNEA).

    Mr. Lesinski has a distinguished career in nuclear science, operations, projects, and decommissioning. His 42 years of experience spans commercial and government nuclear facilities, from power reactor operations and major retrofit projects to management of decontamination and decommissioning (D&D) as well as federal laboratory transformation and operations.

    His current post to CNL introduces the government owned contractor operated approach to Canada with the goal of reducing Canada’s nuclear liabilities, revitalizing the Chalk River site and connecting CNL’s many capabilities to the world.

    Prior to joining CNL, Mr. Lesinski spent 10 years in the UK, first to accelerate closure of the Magnox South estate culminating as the Managing Director and then to serve as chief operating officer (COO) for the UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), developing and implementing strategy for the site licence companies (SLC). The unique combination of project and program management with site operating company (SOC) management and governance roles, as well as coordinating support with the National Nuclear Laboratory, provides Mr. Lesinski with the perspective and experience critical to leading CNL’s transformation.

    In addition, Mr. Lesinski’s experience includes 17 years of successful hands-on management of major commercial nuclear power plant retrofits, followed by 6 years of D&D at commercial reactor and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) sites including the Rocky Flats Environmental Technology site. At Rocky Flats, his innovative safety and regulatory approaches and use of high-performance teams contributed to site closure 60 years earlier and US$30 billion lower than the original estimate.

    A native of Buffalo, New York, Mr. Lesinski obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Biology (Cum Laude) as well as post-graduate studies in radiation science from the University at Buffalo. He has also co-authored numerous publications and presented at various conferences in the nuclear sector.

  • Terry Hobbs Nader
    Duke Energy
    Terry Hobbs Nader General Manager, Decommissioning, Crystal River Nuclear Plant
    Duke Energy
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    Bio coming soon.

  • Paul Paradis
    Entergy
    Paul Paradis Entergy Decommissioning Director
    Entergy
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    Paul Paradis, Entergy Decommissioning Director, is the lead for the Nuclear Decommissioning Strategic Planning team for the Entergy Nuclear fleet. Paul has over 25 years’ experience in commercial Nuclear Plant operations and decommissioning including Maintenance, Operations, and Major Projects. Paul has previously held positions at several nuclear sites as Vermont Yankee Decommissioning Director, Manager of Projects, Maintenance Manager, and Maintenance Superintendent Positions. Previous background was in the US Navy from 1985-1991 in the Nuclear Power Program. Paul was a past NEI Decommissioning Transition Team Chairman and a past member of the NEI Decommissioning Steering Committee. Paul earned a Bachelor of Science in Management from Franklin Pierce University and an MBA in Leadership from Franklin Pierce University.

  • Sam Morris
    Entergy
    Sam Morris Senior Counsel (Used Fuel)
    Entergy
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    Mr. Morris has over 20 years of experience in the practice of law.  Over the last fourteen years, his primary area of focus has been litigating claims against the United States government for the recovery of dry fuel storage costs.  Mr. Morris eventually took an in house position with Entergy Services LLC.  In this position, he is responsible for the management and continued litigation of dry fuel storage claims for Entergy’s nuclear fleet.

  • Susan Raimo
    Entergy
    Susan Raimo Assistant General Counsel
    Entergy
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  • Jeff Dunlap
    Exelon
    Jeff Dunlap Manager Decommissioning
    Exelon

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  • Mike Casey
    First Energy
    Mike Casey Project Manager, Three Mile Island Unit 2
    First Energy
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  • Eric Howes
    Maine Yankee Atomic Plant
    Eric Howes Director, Public & Government Affairs
    Maine Yankee Atomic Plant
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    Bio coming soon.

  • Jessica King
    OPG
    Jessica King Senior Strategic Advisor
    OPG
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  • Julianna Edwards
    Energy Solutions
    Julianna Edwards VP Business Development
    Energy Solutions
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  • Christopher Bolick
     
    Christopher Bolick Lead Faculty, Project Management Programs
    Northeastern University
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    Christopher Bolick, serves as Lead Faculty in the Master of Science in Project Management program. Mr. Bolick has extensive experience in project management and business process improvement, and has previously worked with a Fortune 40 company in engineering and construction, real estate operations, strategic sourcing, facilities maintenance, and design and continuous improvement. He brings his extensive expertise in managing strategic initiatives and cross-functional teams to Northeastern where, since 2013 he has served as a graduate faculty member and academic consultant.

    Mr. Bolick is the master teacher for the “Experiential Learning Projects for Professionals,” Communication Skills for Project Managers,” and “Project Scheduling and Cost Planning” courses. He has taught a range of courses at the graduate level, including Project Foundations, Project Evaluation and Project Capstone, in addition to those listed previously. Additionally, he has presented at PMI’s 2018 Technology and Talent Symposium and has a chapter in a new textbook on project management in his areas of research including the intersection of Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, and Digital Transformation as it’s related to project management practices.

    He holds a Master of Project Management from Western Carolina University, and the following certifications; Project Management Professional PMP ©, Business Process Management, and Lean Six Sigma. Mr. Bolick is pursuing an EdD in Organizational Leadership Studies at Northeastern.

  • Loren Sharp
    Pacific Gas and Electric
    Loren Sharp Senior Director, Nuclear Decommissioning, Humboldt Bay and Diablo Canyon Power Plants
    Pacific Gas and Electric
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    Loren joined Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) in 2007. He currently is responsible for ongoing decommissioning at Humboldt Bay Power Plant (HBPP) as well as leading the team planning decommissioning at Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP). Loren has over 30 years in the nuclear industry plus 11 years’ experience destroying chemical nerve agent and weapons worldwide. Loren has BS and MS degrees in nuclear engineering, a PE in mechanical engineering, and SRO (Senior Reactor Operator) certification, and is a member of the American Nuclear Society. Loren is leading a 1 billion dollar trust fund project to decommission HBPP nuclear facility and remediate land to nuclear residential standard. He is also in charge of the multi-billion dollar DCPP decommissioning project.

    HBPP Decommissioning included first-of-a-kind Reactor Pressure Vessel (RPV) robotic segmentation equipment, and associated demolition challenges at HBPP. HBPP also used the worlds largest unique Cutter Soil Mix equipment and processes in the civil and structural engineering arena to install a structure 110 feet inner diameter, 13 feet thick and 160 feet below grade. The installed Cutter Soil Mix feature allowed for safe removal of underground caisson that housed the reactor containment structure.

  • Louis Bosch
    Southern California Edison
    Louis Bosch SONGS Plant Manager
    Southern California Edison
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    Lou Bosch serves as the Plant Manager at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS). As Plant Manager, he is responsible for Operations, Radiological Controls, Chemistry, Maintenance/Work Control, Corrective Actions and Security programs at SONGS.

    Prior to assuming the role as Plant Manager at SONGS, Lou held several leadership positions at the station, including Shift Manger, Engineering Manager and Manager of Nuclear Oversight and Safety Concerns. During his 36-year career in the commercial nuclear industry, Lou has held various senior leadership roles.

    Lou began his career serving in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Propulsion Program as a Reactor Operator/Engineering Watch Supervisor aboard the fast attack submarine USS Hammerhead. He holds a Bachelors of Science from the University of the State of New York, obtained a Senior Reactor Operators License for the San Onofre Nuclear Generating station and is a licensed Professional Electrical Engineer.

  • Simon Carroll
    Vattenfall
    Simon Carroll Senior Adviser
    Vattenfall
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    Bio coming soon.

  • Pamela Gorman-Prochaska
    Xcel Energy
    Pamela Gorman-Prochaska Director, Nuclear Regulatory Policy & Strategy
    Xcel Energy
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  • Koichi Noda
    JAEA
    Koichi Noda Executive Director
    JAEA
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Inside Knowledge from the Largest Contractors:

  • Jay Brister
    AECOM
    Jay Brister VP, Nuclear Decommissioning
    AECOM
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  • Mike Lackey
    Energy solutions
    Mike Lackey Senior Vice President
    EnergySolutions
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    Mike Lackey is the Senior Vice President of Reactor D&D Business Development and Commercial Strategy for EnergySolutions. He is responsible for development and execution of Win-Win strategies to secure new commercial D&D projects. His team is responsible for developing project specific, high confidence execution strategies by integrating EnergySolutions diverse capabilities with the strengths of strategic partners and supply-chain teammates.

    Prior to Joining EnergySolutions, Mike was Vice President of Nuclear Operations for the Nuclear Business Line, within the Power Group of Fluor Corporation. In this role he was responsible for all engineering, procurement, construction, and other key functions supporting Fluor’s nuclear power projects.

    Mike has over thirty-five years of nuclear construction, startup, operations, and decommissioning experience at commercial reactors and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) nuclear facilities. His commercial nuclear experience includes start-up testing, management of reactor operations, and outage management positions at the Vogtle Nuclear Plant. As general manager of the Trojan Nuclear Plant, he managed one of the largest and most successful commercial reactor deactivation and decommissioning (D&D) projects to date, earning the Project Management Institute’s International Project of the Year Award in 2000.

    Government nuclear experience includes three years as D&D Vice President at the DOE Hanford site which is currently undergoing one of the world's largest environmental cleanup efforts. Mike has served on numerous industry decommissioning advisory boards and lead an International Atomic Energy Agency management mentoring program for the Chernobyl project.

    Mike has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University and is a registered Professional Engineer. He has also obtained a Senior Reactor Operator license and instructor’s certification from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

  • Lance Hall
    GE Renewable
    Lance Hall Executive Vice President, Nuclear
    GE Hitachi
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    Lance Hall is the Executive Vice President, GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) and General Manager, Services and Strategic Development, he assumed this position in October 2016. In this role, Lance has full global P&L responsibility for GEH’s nuclear services activities as well as leading key cross-business strategic and business development initiatives for GEH.

    Lance joined GE on the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory (KAPL) Field Engineering Program in 1986. From 1989 to 1994, he served as a field representative in the naval nuclear propulsion program. After completing his assignment in the field, Lance held project management roles in Non-destructive Test and Materials Science before leaving KAPL to join GE Power Systems (GEPS) in March of 1997. In his first two assignments at GEPS, he worked as a Project Engineer and a Quality Black Belt in the Energy Products - Commercial Operations group.

    In 1999, Lance was promoted to Quality Master Black Belt - Inquiry to Order (ITO) in Energy Products and later that year was promoted to the position of Manager - Business Development for Power System’s Global Supply Chain Management organization.
    In 2001, Lance was appointed to the position of General Manager, Steam Turbine and Generator Product Lines for the Energy Products business and in 2003, moved to the Energy Services Parts team, where he assumed the role as General Manager, Americas & Asia Parts Operations.

    Lance was promoted to General Manager of the Energy Rentals business in 2004, until he assumed the role of General Manager - Services for the Aeroderivative GT business in 2006.

    In 2011, Lance re-located to Paris, France to lead the global integration of the Converteam business into GE Energy, a $3.6B acquisition. He was promoted as General Manager for GE’s PowerXpand business, a portfolio of fast power solutions, in September of 2012.

    In January 2014, Lance transitioned to GEH and the position of SVP for Enrichment Services and the GM, for Strategic Initiatives & Growth. In this role, Lance lead the overall strategic direction of Global Laser Enrichment (GLE), a GE, Hitachi, and Toshiba JV. In addition, he was responsible leading strategic marketing and business development activities for GEH.

    Lance holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical-Nuclear Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Lance lives in Wilmington, North Carolina.

  • Michael Beal
    orano
    Michael BealVP Key Accounts
    Orano
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    Orano USA is a leading technology and services provider for used nuclear fuel management and transport, decommissioning shutdown nuclear energy facilities, federal site cleanup and closure, and the sale of uranium, conversion, and enrichment services to the U.S. commercial and federal markets. In nuclear medicine, Orano Med is developing targeted alpha therapy to fight cancer.

  • Robert Quinn
    westinghouse
    Robert Quinn Director, Global Fuel Storage
    Westinghouse
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    Bio coming soon.

  • Keith Mahosky
    westinghouse
    Keith Mahosky Director
    Westinghouse Electric Company
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    Keith Mahosky is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and a qualified Submarine Warfare Officer. After leaving active duty, he joined the Navy Reserve supporting the medical and humanitarian evacuation of submarines at sea and nuclear weapons package development. Mr. Mahosky has served as a commanding officer five times and Chief of Staff for the Secretary of the Navy’s Reserve Affairs Policy Board. He retired after 30 years as a Captain.

    After leaving active duty, Mr. Mahosky became a Program Manager for the Submarine Security Program, then obtained his MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering and began his nuclear consulting career working with NRC licensed clients in facility decommissioning. He then joined ENERCON SERVICES as the Director of Decommissioning and Government Services.

    During his ENERCON tenure, Mr. Mahosky was asked by the DOE to advise on the implementation of DOE’s Long-Term Stewardship program. He led a cross-functional team for DOE headquarters to evaluate the effectiveness of selected decommissioning strategies against end-state objectives. While at ENERCON, his teams led the successful decommissioning of 6 US Test Reactors.

    Having joined Westinghouse less than 18 months ago, Mr. Mahosky is responsible for identifying strategic targets for both commercial and US Government decommissioning facilities as well as operating plant waste management opportunities for the US, Canada and Mexico. All told, Keith has supported the decommissioning of 40 different reactors, including 7 test reactors and 7 power reactors with engineering, radiological or waste management scopes.

  • George Vaughan
    NAC International
    George Vaughan Vice President, Business Development
    NAC International
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Expert Intelligence from Industry Associations & Gurus:

  • Jay Peters
    Haley & Aldrich, Inc.
    Jay Peters Plant Manager
    Haley & Aldrich, Inc.
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    Jay is the practice leader for risk assessment at Haley & Aldrich, Inc. and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Toxicology from Northeastern University and a Master’s degree in Environmental Health from Tufts University. He specializes in developing risk-based closure strategies for projects sites with mixed chemical and radiological contamination, where risk-based assessments for chemicals and dose-based assessments for radionuclides must both be addressed to satisfy state and federal EPA as well as state radiation protection and NRC requirements.  His 25 years of experience in this discipline has included power plant decommissioning at the Connecticut Yankee, Yankee Rowe and Vermont Yankee plants, site decommissioning at non-power generation sites such as the Combustion Engineering, Nuclear Metals, and Watertown Arsenal projects, as well as legacy wastes from radium dial painting and the Manhattan Project. 

  • Steven Nesbit
    LMNT Consulting
    Steven Nesbit President
    LMNT Consulting
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    Steve Nesbit founded LMNT Consulting in 2019 following a distinguished career with Duke Energy Corporation. LMNT Consulting provides support on matters related to nuclear technology, energy, and the environment. The company focuses on the nuclear fuel cycle, advanced nuclear energy systems, and nuclear nonproliferation.

    Nesbit’s career at Duke Energy began in 1982 doing nuclear safety analysis. Between 1996 and 2005, he led Duke Energy’s efforts related to the use of mixed oxide (MOX) fuel in its nuclear power reactors as a part of the Department of Energy (DOE) project to dispose of surplus plutonium from nuclear weapons. He also managed used nuclear fuel activities for Duke Energy. For the past nine years he was responsible for developing the company’s policy positions related to nuclear power, and interacting with industry and government groups on used fuel management and related issues.

    In addition to substantial accomplishments in the nuclear utility sector, Nesbit has considerable experience on government projects through his work with Duke Energy and its former affiliate, Duke Engineering and Services. He worked as a DOE contractor on the MOX fuel project as well as other DOE initiatives: the New Production Reactor Project, 1990 to 1992; the Yucca Mountain Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal Project, 1992 to 1996; and the Centralized Interim Storage Facility Project in 1996. These assignments included managing groups responsible for licensing and safety analysis. He supported the Department of State on outreach to countries with developing nuclear power programs. His plutonium disposition work led to involvement in nuclear nonproliferation issues, and he served on the International Panel of Experts for the Nuclear Threat Initiative’s 2016 and 2018 Nuclear Security Index reports.

    Nesbit has been involved in spent fuel issues through a number of industry groups and other organizations, including the Nuclear Industry Council (NIC), the Nuclear Energy Institute and the Nuclear Waste Strategy Coalition. He published technical and policy papers on geologic repository seismic design methodology, centralized interim storage, a new used fuel management organization, a proposed waste acceptance queue for shutdown nuclear power reactors, and NIC recommendations for nuclear waste management reform. He testified to the House Energy and Commerce Committee on H.R. 3053, the Nuclear Waste Policy Amendments Act, in 2017.

    Nesbit received Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees in nuclear engineering from the University of Virginia. He is a registered professional engineer in North Carolina. He is a past adjunct faculty member at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he taught nuclear engineering. He is active in the American Nuclear Society (ANS), currently serving on the Board of Directors, the Special Committee on Government Relations (vice-chair), the Public Policy Committee (past chair), and the Special Committee on Advanced Reactor Policy. He also chairs the Piedmont Carolinas ANS local section.

  • Bruce Montgomery
    Nuclear Energy Institute
    Bruce Montgomery Director, Decommisioning Used Fuel
    Nuclear Energy Institute
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    Bruce Montgomery is currently Director, Decommissioning and Used Fuel at the Nuclear Energy Institute. Bruce has 41 years of commercial nuclear experience, beginning in the late 1970s at Bechtel where he worked on new plant licensing and the TMI-2 post-accident recovery project. He joined Baltimore Gas and Electric in 1982 where he worked in various licensing and engineering capacities at the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant. Bruce’s experience includes serving in a variety of roles, including a tour at INPO as an engineering evaluator, site engineering director at the Nine Mile Point and the Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plants; and corporate director at Constellation Energy Nuclear Group and Exelon responsible for fleet programs in quality assurance, emergency preparedness, security, and regulatory affairs. Bruce retired from Exelon in 2014 and joined NEI where was engaged in regulatory policy and in development of strategies to promote the commercial nuclear energy industry, including NEI’s National Nuclear Energy Strategy (NNES).

    Bruce graduated from the US Naval Academy 1976 with a Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering and is a member of the American Nuclear Society.

  • Katrina McMurrian
    Nuclear Waste Strategy Coalition
    Katrina McMurrian Executive Director
    Nuclear Waste Strategy Coalition
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    Bio coming soon.

  • Tom Blees
    Science Council for Global Intiatives
    Tom Blees President
    Science Council for Global Intiatives
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  • Larry Camper
    Talisman International LLC
    Larry Camper Senior Nuclear Safety Consultant
    Talisman International LLC
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    Mr. Camper is an experienced health physicist, radiation safety expert, environmental remediation expert and executive with more than forty-five years of professional experience within the military, private and public sectors. Mr. Camper retired as a Division Director and member of the Senior Executive Service with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). During his tenure with the NRC, Mr. Camper served for eleven years as the Director, Division of Waste Management and Environmental Protection and for two years as the Deputy Director, Spent Fuel Project Office. Mr. Camper also served for eleven years as the United States Representative to the Waste Safety Standards Advisory Committee, International Atomic Energy Agency. Since retiring from the NRC, Mr. Camper has been very busy as a consultant and serves on the Board of Directors, Waste Management Symposia, Member, Decommissioning Nuclear Safety Review Board, EnergySolutions and as Co-Chairman, Decommissioning Task Group, Nuclear Industry Council. Mr. Camper is certified by the Academy of Board Certified Environmental Professionals (environmental assessment) and by the National Registry of Environmental Professionals (waste management professional). Mr. Camper is a recipient of the Richard S. Hodes, M.D. Honor Lecture Aware and the Sarge A. Osker Award both presented for excellence and leadership in the radioactive waste industry.

  • David Blee
    US NIC
    David Blee President & CEO
    US NIC
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  • Laurie Ford
    US NIC
    Laurie Ford Senior Fellow
    US NIC
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  • Bruce Watson
    NRC
    Bruce Watson Chief - Reactor Decommissioning Branch
    NRC
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    Bruce A. Watson, CHP is the Chief, of the Reactor Decommissioning Branch in the Division of Decommissioning Uranium Recovery and Waste Programs in the Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards.

    Bruce has been with the NRC since March 2004. He has extensive experience in decommissioning of reactors and materials sites and was the technical lead for the license terminations at Trojan, Maine Yankee, Rancho Seco, and Big Rock Point power reactors. He has overseen the closure and license terminations at AAR and Stepan material sites and the University of Illinois, NASA, and Cornell research reactors. In May 2010, Bruce was appointed as the Chief, Reactor Decommissioning Branch, and is responsible for power and research reactor, complex materials and uranium decommissioning project management, licensing and inspection programs. Since 2010, he has overseen the license terminations at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, University of Arizona, University of Michigan, and SUNY at Buffalo research reactors and the power reactor decommissioning activities at Humboldt Bay, La Crosse and Zion. Bruce has extensive international decommissioning experience with the IAEA in the development of decommissioning safety guides and training programs, served as an expert on missions, bilateral cooperation meetings with France and has provided reactor decommissioning workshops in Korea and Taiwan. Prior to joining the NRC, his previous experience included management of defense complex decommissioning projects at Rocky Flats and international projects in Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom. Bruce has 20 years of reactor operating experience and served as the Radiation Safety Manager at Calvert Cliffs.

    Bruce has a B.S. from Virginia Tech and is certified by the American Board of Health Physics. He has 40 years of experience in health physics, including over 30 years of management experience.

  • Tony Roisman
    VPUC
    Tony Roisman Chariman
    VPUC
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  • Sushil Jain
    Empyrean
    Sushil Jain President & CEO
    Empyrean Services
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  • Eric Darois
    Radiation Safety & Control Services, Inc.
    Eric Darois Principal
    Radiation Safety & Control Services, Inc.
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  • James Tarzia
    Radiation Safety & Control Services, Inc.
    James Tarzia Owner, Executive Director
    Radiation Safety & Control Services, Inc.
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  • James Tarzia
    Radiation Safety & Control Services, Inc.
    James Tarzia Owner, Executive Director
    Radiation Safety & Control Services, Inc.
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  • Yoon Chang
    Argonne National Lab
    Yoon Chang Distinguished Fellow - Senior Advisor, Nuclear Fuel Cycle
    Argonne National Laboratory
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    EPRI
    Richard Reid Technical Executive
    EPRI
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    IAEA
    Vladimir Michal Decommissioning Team Leader
    IAEA
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