United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Michael Montecalvo

Michael Montecalvo joined the U.S. Navy in 1992, completed the Naval Nuclear Power training pipeline as an Electrician, and was stationed as a Staff Instructor at the S8G prototype in Ballston Spa, NY.  His last duty station was on board the USS Greeneville (SSN-772) with a home port of Pearl Harbor, HI.

Mr. Montecalvo began his commercial nuclear career in 2000 at R.E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant as a Non-licensed Plant Operator.  His positions held at Ginna also include Instrument and Control Technician, Discipline Scheduler, and Maintenance First Line Supervisor.  Following a rotational assignment at the corporate office in Baltimore, MD as the Technical Assistant to the Sr. VP & Chief Nuclear Officer, he became the Director of Human Performance at Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant where he also obtained a license from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission as a Pressurized Water Reactor Senior Reactor Operator.

Mr. Montecalvo joined the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in 2013 as a Reliability and Risk Analyst and is currently a Reactor Operations Engineer (Human Factors) in the Division of Risk Assessment in the Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation.

Mr. Montecalvo has a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering Technology from Excelsior College and a B.S. in Applied Arts and Sciences with concentrations in Electrical Engineering Fundamentals and Electronic Business from Rochester Institute of Technology.  He is also a previous World Nuclear University Summer Institute fellow.
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