Statement from the Board of Directors

Our hearts go out to our Black members in the North American
Young Generation in Nuclear.  Our Black communities have suffered
immensely in the United States and Canada.  Not only now, in the aftermath
of the tragic killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud
Arbery and others, but throughout history.  The Board of Directors has
been listening to the discussion and reflecting on how our organization can do
better to address systemic racism.  Our members are the young voices in
the nuclear industry and we encourage our members to have discussions with
their company leaders, coworkers, family, and friends to recognize and rectify
systemic racism.

We’ve recognized through our Career Report and feedback from our members that we are not a diverse organization and we need to do better. We are taking action to change that and, as a first step, forming a Diversity and Inclusion Committee.  This committee will be responsible for reviewing our current state and forming actions for how we can be better in addressing systemic racism in our organization, in the nuclear industry, and in the communities we live. We understand this committee is only a small part of what we need to do.

NAYGN will follow up in 30 days with our immediate actions
and long term plans for doing our part to address systemic racism. 
Contact us at to
get involved, learn more, or provide your input.

We would also like to take this time to #amplifymelanatedvoices by promoting the American Association of Blacks in Energy and the National Society of Black Engineers

We stand with the #BlackLivesMatter movement.