The Board of Directors
The Board of Directors (volunteers) of the United Nuclear Industry Alliance come from all segments of the US Nuclear Industry - but they are all committed and focused on the US Nuclear Supply Chain and helping our Members get value and tangible results.
See Special Note on the UNI Board of Directors below...
Reporting directly to the Board of Directors of the United Nuclear Industry Alliance, our volunteer Staff Executives have over 80 years of experience in all segments of the US Nuclear Industry.
Director, Supply Chain
35 Years Nuclear Power experience
Director, Operations Support
Responsible for Logistical and Operational support
UNITED NUCLEAR INDUSTRY ALLIANCE
As a 501(c)(6) non-profit corporation, the United Nuclear Industry Alliance (UNI) Board Members nor their companies do not receive compensation for their UNI-related time and services, beyond nominal travel expenses to Board of Director meetings.
Further, Board Members and their companies do not “co-mingle” activities such that their attendance at conferences and Industry events (salary, travel, registration, and expenses) are paid for by their respective companies and not UNI.
Board Members, regular Members and their respective companies, and individuals committed to helping the US Nuclear Industry - are encouraged to volunteer, support, advocate for, and recruit for UNI while at Industry functions, but are not compensated or reimbursed for any such expenses.
UNI has no employees. UNI Staff, who are listed in the UNI Organization Chart, do receive reimbursement for Staff travel and expenses.
For example, the UNI President and Chairman of the Board (an elected position) does not receive any UNI or Staff Augmentation salary, travel, expenses, or compensation. His salary, travel, expenses, and compensation are all paid by his company. While at Industry events and meetings, he may represent and promote UNI, but he receives no compensation or expenses for his activities/efforts. UNI expects all Members to similarly support, promote, and advocate for UNI.