Janice Greene
Program Manager
Babcock & Wilcox
Erwin, TN

“I am most proud of being part of a team that completed a large-scale environmental remediation project at one of two Nuclear Regulatory licensed fuel fabrication facilities in the U.S. undergoing partial decommissioning. Restoring the environment to its pre-use state has been a challenging and professionally fulfilling endeavor.”

Janice is the program manager for decommissioning activities for Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc. (NFS), a subsidiary of Babcock & Wilcox (B&W). These decommissioning projects are large, complex, and multi-year that require integrated, cross-functional teams and close working relationships with the government client.  She began working in the B&W family of companies in 1992 as an environmental scientist and has been successful in roles of increasing responsibilities. Her current position requires day to day interface with the customer(s) and various stakeholders, knowledge of contract requirements, schedules, budgets, strategic planning and interface with management, technical support staff and operators. 
Janice’s most recent accomplishments include completion of a significant decommission activity that has required nearly 20 years of effort and over $400M. Her exceptional management skills have resulted in her becoming a much-requested resource to share knowledge and experience, provide counsel, review various technical documents, and give presentations to local organizations, as well as state officials.   She has taken the lead at NFS by establishing partnerships with professional organizations such as the Women in Nuclear (WIN) to enhance opportunities for employees to benefit from external professional development, mentoring and outreach.
Janice holds a bachelor’s degree in geology, a master’s degree in environmental health and is working on her doctorate in public health. She has an exceptional vision for the company, always looking for improvements and efficiencies. Her calm resolve, superior project management skills and excellent communication skills make her ideal for the challenges of this important and unpredictable work.

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