Amanda Marshall joined the NRC in 2006 and has since served in the Office of Nuclear Security and Incident Response (NSIR), first as a Security Specialist and currently as an Emergency Preparedness Specialist.
Ms. Marshall’s work at the agency has exposed her to a variety of initiatives that intersect security and preparedness and response, including: new and operating reactor emergency preparedness and reactor security licensing reviews; the agency’s post-Fukushima emergency preparedness activities; the agency’s incident response program; integrated law enforcement tactical response planning with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security, the Nuclear Energy Institute and industry; and development of national security policy documents and directives. Ms. Marshall has also completed multiple rotations elsewhere in NSIR, the Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation, the Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards, and the Office of Research. Her rotations have spanned the areas of fuel cycle security, organizational effectiveness, workload management and data analytics, byproduct materials security, and human factors.
Ms. Marshall is proud to serve as the current President of the NRC Technical Women’s Network (NTWN) and is one of NTWN’s founding members. Ms. Marshall is a 2008 graduate of the NRC’s Nuclear Safety Professional Development Program and is also a recipient of the Aspiring Leaders Certificate. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminology/Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland, College Park, and master’s in Global Security Studies/Strategic Studies from The Johns Hopkins University. Ms. Marshall is a proud native of Maryland and enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, as well as their two terriers.
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