TORONTO, June 11, 2015 /CNW/ - The Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) announced today that its Annual General Meeting elected a Board of Directors to oversee the association's strategy and overall direction.
Dr. John Barrett, CNA President and CEO, said: "My team and I look forward to working with these industry leaders to advance the nuclear industry in Canada."
The 2015-16 board comprises:
- Duncan Hawthorne, President and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Power (Mr. Hawthorne is Chair of the CNA)
- Glenn Jager, President of OPG Nuclear and Chief Nuclear Officer, Ontario Power Generation (Mr. Jager is Vice-Chair of the CNA)
- John MacQuarrie, President, Babcock & Wilcox Canada
- David Campbell, Business Development Manager, Bechtel Systems
- Alice Wong, Senior Vice President and Chief Corporate Officer, Cameco Corporation
- Preston Swafford, Executive Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer, SNC-Lavalin
- Sean Granville, Site Vice President, NB Power
- Mike Marsh, President and Chief Executive Officer, SaskPower
- Joe Scarfutti, Vice President (Americas), Westinghouse
- Hany Michael, Global Director (Power), Hatch Ltd.
- Spencer Fox, President, E.S. Fox
- Sanjay Krishnan, Vice-President Nuclear, Tetra Tech
- Ron Barsi, Senior Geoscientist, Golder Associates Ltd.
- John MacKinnon, President, Amec Foster Wheeler
Katherine Moshonas Cole, General Manager (Candesco), Kinetrics Inc.
- Robert Walker, President and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
- Vik Tathe, Director of Business Development, EnergySolutions
- Darren Davidson, Vice President (Energy Service), Siemens Canada Ltd.
- Edward Veckie, Vice President, Unified Engineering
- Howard Shearer, Chief Executive Officer, Hitachi Canada
- Jeremy Rasmussen, President, Industrial Audit Corporation
- Nick Aroutzidis, Managing Partner, NA Engineering Associates Inc.
- Jordan Chou, President and Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Power Utility Services Ltd.
- Nigel Fonseca, Chief Executive Officer, Systemware Innovation Corp.
- Scott Travers, President, Society of Energy Professionals
- Bob Walker, President, Power Workers' Union
- Paul Thompson, President, Canadian Nuclear Society
About the CNA
The Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) is a non-profit organization established in 1960 to represent the nuclear industry in Canada and promote the development and growth of nuclear technologies for peaceful purposes.
The CNA works to:
- Create and foster a political environment and reasonable regulatory framework for advancing the nuclear industry in Canada.
- Encourage cooperation among various industries, utilities, educational institutions, government departments and agencies, and other authoritative bodies that have a common interest in the development of economic uses for nuclear power and radioisotopes.
- Provide a forum for the discussion and resolution of issues of concern to members, to industry, or to the Canadian public.
- Encourage cooperation with other associations that have similar objectives and purposes.
SOURCE Canadian Nuclear Association
For further information: Malcolm Bernard, Director of Communications, 613-237-4262 #110, 613-612-0096