United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Elizabeth M. Brattin

Lisa Brattin is vice president, Talent & Culture of the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) in Atlanta, Georgia.

INPO, sponsored by the commercial nuclear industry, is an independent, nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote the highest levels of safety and reliability - to promote excellence - in the operation of commercial nuclear power plants.

She was elected to her current position in November 2013 and is responsible for INPO’s talent strategy including sizing and shaping the workforce, sourcing the workforce, developing the workforce, and optimizing the workforce. In addition, she is responsible for defining and describing the culture INPO needs, and then enacting that culture. She is also a senior management representative for Accreditation. 

Prior to her current position, she was director, Industry Learning and was responsible for all learning services delivered by INPO to the nuclear power industry and the learning infrastructure shared by the industry. Previously as manager of NANTeL, she was responsible for managing the explosive growth in the use of the e-learning portal by the industry. Ms. Brattin joined INPO’s Information Technology group in 1988 and held various management positions in software development and infrastructure management

Before joining INPO, she was an IT consultant in New York and worked for Barlow Rand and Mutual and Federal Insurance in South Africa. 

She has served on the NEI Workforce Working Group, NEI Talent Task Force, and the Nuclear Uniform Curriculum Ad-Hoc Committee.

Ms. Brattin holds an Executive M.B.A. from Emory University and a B.B.A. from Oglethorpe University. She also participated in the Strategic Human Resource Planning program at Michigan Ross School of Business, Reactor Technology Course for Utility Executives at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Delivering Information Services program at Harvard University.

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