Thomas Borkowski (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Served as PV-YGN Communications Chair; significant volunteer contributions for Community Outreach and Public Information events

Daniel Cain (VC Summer)

Enthusiastically involved in organization of Carolinas Region events, including networking, professional development and outreach activities

Jordan Carabajal-Johnson (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Support of chapter activities; establishment and support of the PV-YGN Mentoring Program

Lee Causey (Duke Energy)

Promoted cooperation and collaboration in a multi-site chapter; continual engagement of company management to support NAYGN goals

Courtney Deshayes (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Served as PV-YGN Team Building Chair; significant volunteer support for chapter events and goals

John Flynn (VC Summer, WEC TEC)

Enthusiastically involved in organization of Carolinas Region events, including networking, professional development and outreach activities

Mclain Hubbard (Duke Energy)

Professional development lead at Oconee (multi-site chapter); continued support for SMEs of the Future Program

Heather Jackson (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Served as Professional Development Co-Chair; fundamental role in recruitment and retention of PV-YGN members

Sabrina Kniesteadt (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Served as PV-YGN Office Core President; demonstrated superior leadership by example; coordinated with management to develop programs, activities, and PV-YGN support

Doug Kondrack (GE Hitachi)

Coordinated classroom visits for 2015 National Nuclear Science Week and the NAYGN Drawing Contest

Amanda Lang (Duke Energy)

Exemplified leadership in planning for Duke Energy Winter Conference

Glen Lawson (Duke Energy)

Contributed significant time and major effort to ensure success of the first annual Duke Energy Winter Conference

Ashley Lawrence (Duke Energy)

Major contributions to NAYGN chapter throughout career; recruitment and engagement of new members

John McCulloch (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Served as PV-YGN Community Outreach Chair; major support of site safety campaigns as NAYGN representative

Dana Miranda (GE Hitachi)

Planned, coordinated, and executed classroom visits for 2015 National Nuclear Science Week and the NAYGN Drawing Contest

William Nau (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Served as PV-YGN Treasurer; organization and participation in chapter events and activities; demonstrated commitment through volunteerism

Alyse Scurlock (Duke Energy)

Enhanced chapter efforts through outreach and professional development; excellence in leadership through service

Chris Staum (Exelon West)

Involved in planning Midwest Regional Conference; provided excellent professional development opportunities for Regional NAYGN members

Nicholle Turnipseed (VCS Consortium- SCANA & WECTEC)

Enthusiastically involved in organization of Carolinas Region events, including networking, professional development and outreach activities

Christopher Wax (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Served as PV-YGN Secretary; support for chapter events and outreach opportunities with a focus on safety and NAYGN goals

Kyle Wiedeman (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Served as Safety Chair; coordinated cross-organizational events and cooperational opportunities

Elliott Wilson (Duke Energy)

Served as chapter President with at the Harris Nuclear Plant sire; strong drive for excellence; significant contributions to chapter activities and recognized among peers for his efforts

Nicholas Wilson (Dominion)

Coordinated with AREVA-Lynchburg chapter in support of plant site tour

Brandon Womack (Duke Energy)

Significant contributions to the success of the chapter Make-A-Wish Foundation charity golf tournament and chapter member engagement in the community

Daniel Zamora (Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station)

Served as PV-YGN Professional Development Co-Chair; significant contributions to professional development for chapter members and site employees

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