United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Jerry W. Hiatt

Jerry has more than 40 years of nuclear energy experience and is currently a Senior Project Manager - Radiation & Materials Safety for the Nuclear Energy Institute. He started his career as a radiation protection technician at the Surry Nuclear Station and has since worked for several organizations including the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission and a consulting company. Before joining NEI in January 2014 he spent 28 years with BHI Energy where he served in positions including President and Chief Technical Officer. He is certified in Health Physics by the American Board of Health Physics, served on the Board for four years, in 2011 received the William A. McAdams Award for "sustained and outstanding service to the American Academy of Health Physics," and has been selected as a Fellow to the Health Physics Society.

Jerry has also served on the curriculum advisory board for numerous technical colleges, assisting in the development of radiation protection technician degree programs and is a member of the NCRP CC 2 Committee, "Meeting the Needs of the Nation for Radiation Protection." He has a BS degree in Biology with a Health Physics emphasis from Virginia Polytechnic and State University.
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