Ms Anastasiia Zherebilova, Project Manager at Rosatom Technical Academy, together with other young female panelists from Canada, France and the UK will speak about their respective careers in nuclear and share their take on ways to get more girls and women involved in STEM professions.
On 28 May 2020 at 13:00 CET time the OECD/NEA will hold an online meeting as part of an effort to encourage discussion on supporting women in the nuclear field.
The online dialogue will start with a Young Generation Panel chaired by Dr Fiona Rayment, Executive Director of the United Kingdom National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) Nuclear Innovation and Research Office (NIRO) and Chair of the UK’s Nuclear Skills Strategy Group (NSSG). This will be followed by a Leadership Panel chaired by NEA Director-General William D. Magwood, IV and featuring executives from regulatory, industry and research organisations: Adriènne Kelbie, Chief Executive at the United Kingdom Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) Marie-France Bellin, Chairperson of the Board of the French Institute of Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN), and Professor of Radiology at the Paris-Saclay University Marilyn Kray, President of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) All speakers will share their experiences in nuclear science and technology, and then explore how governments, research bodies, and the private sector can help improve the representation of women in all spheres of the nuclear sector.
Learn more about the webinar and register here.
Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) membership consists of 33 countries representing 80% of the world’s installed nuclear electricity generating capacity. The mission of the NEA is to assist its member countries in maintaining and further developing, through international co-operation, the scientific, technological and legal bases required for a safe, environmentally sound and economical use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes. It strives to provide authoritative assessments and to forge common understandings on key issues as input to government decisions on nuclear energy policy and to broader OECD analyses in areas such as energy and the sustainable development of low‑carbon economies. The information, data and analyses it provides draw on one of the best international networks of technical experts.