Leadership in the 21st Century Program Participants and Alumni are invited to the fifth Leadership in the 21st Century Program Alumni luncheon with Beverly K. Marshall, Nuclear Energy Institute
One of the benefits of participation in the Leadership in the 21st Century Program is access to luncheons with women leaders in Washington. These lunches are a great opportunity to continue your connection with connecting with others who have shared the same transformational leadership journey.
This is a free event is open only to participants from the Leadership in the 21st Century Program .
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About the Speaker: Beverly Marshall is NEI’s vice president of governmental affairs.
Marshall is an accomplished government relations professional and expert in energy and federal affairs. She joined NEI as senior director of federal programs in May 2014 and was elected vice president of governmental affairs in January 2017.
She is responsible for NEI’s governmental affairs division, which implements policies, strategies and tactics that advocate the nuclear industry’s public policy goals and objectives. The division represents the industry before Congress, state legislatures, and other political and public policy bodies and forums. It coordinates its nuclear energy advocacy with NEI members, business, labor, environmental and other groups and develops and coordinates grass-roots support for nuclear energy issues.
Before joining NEI, Marshall was vice president of federal policy and government affairs for Duke Energy Corp., managing the company’s Washington, D.C., office and serving as Duke’s primary liaison with members of Congress and congressional staff. Before Duke, she served as Southern California Edison’s Washington representative and as legislative director for the late Michael Oxley, U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 4th congressional district and chairman of the House Financial Services Committee.
Originally from Montana, Marshall serves on the boards of directors for the Franklin Center for Global Policy Exchange, the Ripon Society and the Women’s Energy Resource Council.
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