John F. Ahearne
Executive Director, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, formerly vice president and senior fellow of Resources for the Future, served as member of numerous committees, boards and commissions related to nuclear energy including chairman of the National Research Council Committee on the Future of Nuclear Power Development and Committee on Risk Perception and Communication, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Floyd L. Culler, Jr.
President Emeritus, Electric Power Research Institute, member of the National Academy of Engineering, Fellow of the American Institute of Chemists, American Nuclear Society, and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, recipient of numerous awards including E.O. Lawrence award and the Robert E. Wilson award of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Paul M. Doty
Professor Emeritus, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Director Emeritus, Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University, member of the National Academy of Sciences, member of National Academy's Committee on International Security and Arms Control.
E. Linn Draper, Jr.
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of American Electric Power, is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, and serves on the boards of the Nuclear Energy Institute and the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations. He served on the faculty and administration of the University of Texas where he was director of the Nuclear Engineering program. He holds a doctorate in nuclear science and engineering from Cornell University.
Shirley A. Fry
Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), Physician/Epidemiologist, formerly Assistant Director, Medical Sciences Division and Director of the Division's Center for Epidemiologic Research, ORISE; member of medical teaching staff, Radiation Emergency Assistance Center/Training Site, ORISE; member of national and international groups studying the acute and long-term health effects of ionizing radiation.
President Emeritus, Rice University, Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Committee, Robert A. Welch Foundation, member of the National Academy of Sciences. Recipient of distinguished achievement awards from numerous scientific societies and government bodies; most recently in 1993 received the National Medal of Science and the Vannevear Bush Medal of the National Science Board.
Richard T. Kennedy (deceased)
Ambassador at large, commissioned as Ambassador at large and special advisor to the Secretary of State on nonproliferation and nuclear energy policy (1982-92), appointed Under Secretary of State (1981) and served as representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Myron B. Kratzer
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Nuclear Energy (retired), serves on the American Nuclear Society special panel on plutonium, recipient of the Atomic Energy Commission's Distinguished Service Medal. Chemical engineer who served the Atomic Energy Commission from 1958-71, including Assistant General Manager for International Activities.
John W. Landis
Chairman, Public Safety Standards Group, member of the National Academy of Engineering, past-president and Fellow of the American Nuclear Society, Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, retired president of General Atomics and Stone & Webster International, recipient of DOE Exceptional Public Service Award and numerous other awards, has served on 27 government advisory committees.
I. Harry Mandil
President (retired), MPR Associates, in charge of reactor engineering under Admiral Rickover, served on former Secretary of Energy Watkins advisory committee.
Lewis Manning Muntzing (deceased)
Partner, Morgan, Lewis and Bockius, Washington, D.C., Chairman of the International Nuclear Societies Council, served on the editorial advisory board of Progress in Nuclear Energy International Review Journal, recipient of the U.S. Atomic Energy CommissionŐs Arthur S. Fleming Distinguished Service Award, former president of the American Nuclear Society.
Professor of Computer Science, Nuclear Engineering and Mathematics, Texas A&M University, editor of The Journal of Transport Theory and Statistical Physics, past-chair of the Mathematics and Computation Division of the American Nuclear Society.
Professor and Director Emeritus, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, member of the National Academy of Sciences, member of the National Academy's Committee on International Security and Arms Control and chair of the Weapons Plutonium Management and Disposition Study Committee. Recipient of National Medal of Science and Lawrence and Fermi Awards of the Department of Energy.
Genevieve S. Roessler
Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Florida, Fellow, past-president and past-editor of the Health Physics Society, 1994 advisory committee chair for the Health and Safety Research Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, also served on scientific review committees for U. S. Department of Energy (1984-88), and Rocky Flats (1980-82).
Glenn T. Seaborg (deceased)
Chairman, Lawrence Hall of Science. Received Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1951 and was original chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission. Co-discoverer of more than 16 elements and isotopes including plutonium. Held distinguished achievement awards from numerous scientific societies and countries including the National Medal of Science (U.S., 1991) and the Royal Order of the Polar Star (Sweden, 1992).
Vice President (retired), Nuclear Power Division, Electric Power Research Institute, formerly Vice President and General Manager of the Water Reactor Business Unit of Westinghouse Electric Corporation, engaged in nuclear power development for naval propulsion and electricity generation for 31 years, member of the National Academy of Engineering, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Nuclear Society.
Kenneth L. Woodfin
Rear Admiral (retired), independent Management and Financial Consultant, expertise in the areas of logistics, acquisition and financial management, senior business assistant to Admiral Rickover in the Naval Nuclear Power Program, former assistant administrator of NASA, and senior vice president with Burns and Roe, international architectural engineers.