Savannah River Nuclear Solutions to Give Update at Augusta Metro Chamber Women In Business
Savanah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS) will provide an update on their current and future missions and highlight the women who make it all possible at the next Women In Business luncheon. Join the Augusta Metro Chamber on Tuesday, May 18 as we hear about the female leaders of SRNS who impact matters of national significance and are ushering in new assignments right here in the CSRA. In addition to learning about all the activities happening at SRNS, Stuart MacVean, President and CEO of SRNS will provide an update on additional job opportunities and the audience will gain an understanding of the economic impact for our two-state region.
Stuart MacVean is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC (SRNS). He is responsible to the Department of Energy (DOE) for safe, effective and efficient management and operations of the Savannah River Site (SRS). SRS is one of DOE’s largest production sites, performing activities ranging from environmental cleanup and protection, to nuclear materials storage and disposition, including operation of the only U.S. tritium plant and the Savannah River National Laboratory. His responsibilities include providing vision, leadership, mission growth, technological advancement, and a performance-based culture of safety, security and operational excellence at the Site.
MacVean has more than 35 years of experience working in the DOE complex. Prior to joining SRNS, MacVean served as a vice president of Operations for Fluor Government Group’s Environmental and Nuclear business line. Prior to joining Fluor, MacVean was President and Project Manager at Savannah River Remediation LLC and also served as Executive Director for Spent Fuel Management at the Sellafield site in the United Kingdom.
MacVean currently serves on a number of community boards focused on improving health, education and economic development in the region.
Both in-person and virtual attendance options are available. In-person event begins at 11:30 am, seating will be social distanced and boxed lunch is included. In-person tickets are $25 for Chamber members and $35 for prospective members. Virtual attendance begins at 11:45 am. Tickets are $10 for Chamber members, $15 for prospective members and includes a $5 gift card to a local restaurant. Advanced registration required at augustametrochamber.com/events. Registration deadline is Friday, May 14.
It is the mission of the Women in Business Committee to strengthen the business community of the Augusta region by providing programs that enhance the knowledge, success and leadership goals of working women at all stages of their personal and professional lives.
Kathryn Freemon, Communications Coordinator
Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce