USEC - Key Persons


Ben Jordan

Job Titles:
  • Manufacturing Manager

Dan Leistikow

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Corporate Communications
  • Dan Leistikow Vice President, Corporate Communications
Dan Leistikow is vice president, corporate communications for Centrus Energy Corp. In this role, he leads media relations and strategic communications efforts focused on the value Centrus provides to customers, investors, and the nation. Prior to joining Centrus in 2015, Mr. Leistikow served as a principal at the Smoot Tewes Group, a public affairs consulting firm in Washington, D.C., representing a range of private sector and nonprofit clients, particularly on energy and climate issues. From 2009 to 2013, he served as Public Affairs Director at the U.S. Department of Energy, overseeing media relations, speechwriting, and digital communications across the full spectrum of the Department's work, from warheads to windmills. Mr. Leistikow spent four years as press secretary and then communications director for former Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle and is a veteran of numerous local, state, and national political campaigns. He is a graduate of Georgetown University.

Daniel B. Poneman - CEO, President

Job Titles:
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Member of the Executive Committee
  • President
  • Executive Committee Charter
Daniel B. Poneman is president and chief executive officer of Centrus Energy Corp. He also serves on the company's board of directors. From 2009 to 2014, Mr. Poneman was the Deputy Secretary of Energy, also serving as the chief operating officer of the U.S. Department of Energy. His responsibilities spanned the range of U.S. energy policies and programs - hydrocarbons, renewables, nuclear, and efficiency - including cybersecurity, project management, national security, and international cooperation. He was also responsible for the Department's efforts on resilience and emergency response, in cases ranging from Fukushima to Hurricane Sandy. Between April 23, 2013, and May 21, 2013, Mr. Poneman served as Acting Secretary of Energy. Prior to assuming his responsibilities as Deputy Secretary, Mr. Poneman served as a principal of the Scowcroft Group for eight years, providing strategic advice to corporations in a variety of strategic industries. In addition, for eight years he practiced law as a partner at Hogan & Hartson and an associate at Covington & Burling, advising clients on regulatory and policy matters. In prior tours in government, Mr. Poneman served as a White House Fellow and as Director of Defense Policy and Arms Control for the National Security Council. From 1993 through 1996 he was Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Nonproliferation and Export Controls at the National Security Council. His responsibilities included the development and implementation of U.S. policy in such areas as peaceful nuclear cooperation, missile technology, space-launch activities, sanctions determinations, chemical and biological arms control efforts, and conventional arms transfer policy. Mr. Poneman has published widely on national security issues and is the author of Nuclear Power in the Developing World and Argentina: Democracy on Trial. His third book, Going Critical: The First North Korean Nuclear Crisis (coauthored with Joel Wit and Robert Gallucci), received the 2005 Douglas Dillon Award for Distinguished Writing on American Diplomacy. Mr. Poneman is a Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School, a Distinguished Fellow at the Paulson Institute, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. His fourth book, Double Jeopardy: Combating Nuclear Terror and Climate Change, was released by the MIT Press in May 2019. Mr. Poneman received A.B. and J.D. degrees with honors from Harvard University and an M.Litt. in Politics from Oxford University.

Dennis J. Scott - Chief Compliance Officer, Chief Legal Officer, Secretary, SVP

Job Titles:
  • Chief Compliance Officer
  • Corporate Secretary
  • General Counsel
  • Senior Vice President
  • Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer & Corporate Secretary
Dennis J. Scott is senior vice president, general counsel, chief compliance officer and corporate secretary for Centrus Energy Corp. Mr. Scott serves as Centrus' principal legal and corporate governance officer. Mr. Scott joined Centrus' predecessor, the United States Enrichment Corporation, in 1994 as an assistant general counsel. Since then, he has held positions of increasing responsibility, including deputy general counsel and director of corporate compliance. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Scott was in private practice, representing clients in complex development projects including energy, redevelopment, permitting, and environmental remediation. He has also been an adjunct professor of environmental law at George Washington University and was a captain in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Corps. Mr. Scott holds a Master of Laws in Environmental Law, with Honors, from George Washington University, a Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, from Villanova School of Law, and a B.A. in Business Administration, Cum Laude, from the University of Miami.

Elmer Dyke - Chief Commercial Officer

Job Titles:
  • Chief Commercial Officer
  • Elmer Dyke Senior Vice President, Business Operations & Chief Commercial Officer
  • Senior Vice President, Business Operations & Chief Commercial Officer
Elmer Dyke is senior vice president, business operations, and chief commercial officer for Centrus Energy Corp. He is responsible for all aspects of the company's low enriched uranium (LEU) business. This includes the sourcing, sales, and delivery of LEU and uranium to customers in the United States and around the world. Mr. Dyke has 30 years of experience and leadership in the nuclear industry focusing on the nuclear fuel cycle and nuclear nonproliferation issues. He has consulted for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the National Nuclear Security Administration and other U.S. government organizations, including several U.S. National Laboratories and numerous international agencies. Mr. Dyke most recently served as vice president for sales at NAC International, where he drove the company's business development and international sales efforts. He also served as senior vice president of NAC's global consulting business, where he led a group of internationally recognized experts on the comprehensive nuclear fuel cycle, management and strategy, nuclear fuel performance, training, financial and strategic analysis, nuclear quality assurance, safeguards and security, and nuclear industry human resource development. Previously, Mr. Dyke led Booz Allen Hamilton's business practice on nuclear nonproliferation and nuclear security, working closely with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, DOE as well as the U.S. nuclear industry on a wide spectrum of energy and security consulting projects. In his various roles, Mr. Dyke has developed strong ties to commercial and government leaders in the nuclear industry around the world, including leaders in the nuclear new build community as well as those in established markets. He currently serves on the Board of Management for the World Nuclear Association and the Board of Directors for the United States Nuclear Industry Council. Mr. Dyke holds a Bachelor of Arts, International Political Economy from Davidson College. He was a Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve serving 13 years in the Signal Corps.

Franklin C. Miller

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Advisory Board
  • Principal at the Scowcroft Group
  • Principal at the Scowcroft Group Former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush
As a principal at The Scowcroft Group, Franklin C. Miller provides clients both strategic and tactical advice on defense, national security, foreign affairs, and intelligence policy. Mr. Miller is an internationally-recognized expert on nonproliferation, defense, nuclear energy and policy issues, and export control. He served for thirty-one years in the U.S. government, including twenty-two years in the Department of Defense-serving under seven Secretaries in a series of progressively senior positions-and four years as a Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and as Senior Director for Defense Policy and Arms Control on the National Security Council staff.

Jeff Miller

Job Titles:
  • Director

Jim Howe

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Government Relations
  • Jim Howe Vice President, Government Relations
Jim Howe is vice president, government relations, for Centrus Energy Corp., overseeing the company's relationships with the executive and legislative branches of government, and supporting business development with key industry partners and select trade associations. Mr. Howe is a U.S. Coast Guard veteran who served 11 years at sea, five of them in command of Coast Guard cutters; his shore assignments included Chief of Congressional Affairs and as a policy advisor to the Vice President of the United States. He later served as a senior career official at the Department of Homeland Security before joining Centrus in 2010. He is a graduate of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, with high honors, and has earned masters degrees in government, strategic studies, and space studies.

John Hamre - CEO, President

Job Titles:
  • CEO
  • Deputy Secretary
  • Member of the Advisory Board
  • President
  • President and CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies
John Hamre has served as president and CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) since January 2000. Before joining CSIS, he served for nearly three years as the 26th U.S. deputy secretary of defense. Prior to holding that post, he was the under secretary of defense (comptroller) from 1993 to 1997. As comptroller, Dr. Hamre was the principal assistant to the secretary of defense for the preparation, presentation, and execution of the defense budget and management improvement programs. In 2007, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates appointed Dr. Hamre to serve as chairman of the Defense Policy Board. Before serving in the Department of Defense, Dr. Hamre worked for 10 years as a professional staff member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. During that time, he was primarily responsible for the oversight and evaluation of procurement, research, and development programs, defense budget issues, and relations with the Senate Appropriations Committee.

John M.A. Donelson - CMO, VP of Sales

Job Titles:
  • Chief Marketing Officer
  • Vice President, Sales
John M.A. Donelson is vice president, sales, and chief marketing officer for Centrus Energy Corp. He is responsible for the Company's revenue generation from the sale of enriched and natural uranium, for managing relationships with customers. Mr. Donelson joined Centrus in 1995 in the advanced technology department. He later became a senior sales executive and most recently served as director, North American and European sales. Prior to joining Centrus, he held positions of increasing responsibility at Newport News Shipbuilding and Duke Energy. Mr. Donelson holds a bachelor of science degree in physics from Hampden-Sydney College, a master's degree in nuclear engineering from the University of Virginia, and a master of business administration degree from Queens University. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of North Carolina. In 2003, Donelson received Centrus' highest honor, the Chairman's Award, for outstanding performance.

Larry B. Cutlip - SVP

Job Titles:
  • Senior Vice President
  • Senior Vice President, Field Operations
Larry B. Cutlip is senior vice president, field operations, for Centrus Energy Corp. In this role, Mr. Cutlip leads Centrus' activities at its Tennessee, Ohio, and Kentucky sites. Mr. Cutlip also serves as president of the Company's wholly owned subsidiary American Centrifuge Manufacturing, LLC. Mr. Cutlip has more than 35 years of nuclear experience and has served in several senior operations, engineering and plant management positions at Centrus' facilities. Most recently, he was deputy director of the American Centrifuge Project, where he oversaw the teams charged with meeting the requirements of the United States Centrifuge Technology Advancement contract with Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Mr. Cutlip has a long history of successfully leading critical programs for the company, including establishing the manufacturing base for the American Centrifuge program, executing major contract work for the Department of Energy at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant site, and establishing Centrus' transfer and shipping capabilities at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant. He has received numerous corporate awards for his accomplishments. Mr. Cutlip holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physics and mathematics from Muskingum College. He completed Advanced Management Training School as well as numerous other technical and management training programs.

Margot Anderson

Job Titles:
  • Vice President, Administration
  • Margot Anderson Vice President, Administration
Margot Anderson is vice president, administration, for Centrus Energy Corp.  In this role she oversees Human Resources, leads a number of corporate initiatives including the annual strategic plan, works closely with the senior leadership to develop and track progress toward corporate goals, and supports the CEO's key decision-making processes. She joined Centrus in 2015. Prior to joining Centrus, Ms. Anderson was executive director of the energy project at the Bipartisan Policy Center, a Washington, DC think tank.  Previously, she held numerous positions at the Department of Energy, including senior advisor to the deputy secretary of energy, office director for the Energy Information Administration, and deputy assistant secretary in the Office of Policy and International Affairs.  She also held numerous senior level positions at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Ms. Anderson received bachelor of arts degree in economics from the University of Cincinnati and a masters and Ph.D. in agricultural economics from the University of Illinois.

Marvin S. Fertel

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Advisory Board
Marv Fertel retired at the close of 2016 as president and chief executive officer of the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) which is the policy organization for the U.S. nuclear industry and represents the industry in addressing generic technical and regulatory issues before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; as well as policy and legislative activities with the Congress and the Executive Branch. Prior to becoming the CEO in 2009, he had been the Executive Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer and at the establishment of NEI in 1994 he joined as the Vice President for Fuel Supply and Nuclear Economics. During his twenty-two year career at NEI, he has led industrywide activities from fuel supply and performance through resolving regulatory and technical issues to addressing waste disposal and decommissioning priorities. He has also been intimately involved with new plant development and deployment including advanced light water reactors, small modular reactors and advance non-light water reactors. He has worked closely in all aspects of the nuclear industry, particularly the electric utilities and major equipment and fuel suppliers and with INPO, EPRI and other key utility associations like EEI, APPA and NRECA. He also worked closely with the Department of Energy on its R&D programs and other areas like cyber security and advanced reactor deployment. From 1990 to the formation of NEI in 1994 he was the Vice President of Technical Programs at the U.S. Council for Energy Awareness (USCEA) where he was responsible for ensuring the technical accuracy and effectiveness of USCEA's industry communications and also led the regulatory, policy and R&D activities associated with supporting companies in the front-end of the nuclear fuel cycle. Mr. Fertel has almost 50 years of experience working with the electric utility industry on issues related to designing, siting, licensing and managing both fossil and nuclear plants. He has worked in executive positions with such organizations as Ebasco and Management Analysis Company. His experience in these organizations included design-engineering and permitting for nuclear, coal and gas generating stations across the United States. During the 1980's, he was significantly involved in management and operational reviews and in designing performance improvement plans for restarting "troubled" nuclear power plants that had to demonstrate improvements to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. During this period, he was also responsible for supporting prudency reviews for new nuclear plants. He has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Center for Energy Workforce Development, the United States Energy Association, the Foundation for Nuclear Studies, the American Nuclear Society, the National Energy Foundation and the Nuclear Energy Institute.

Michael Diament

Job Titles:
  • Director
  • Member of the Executive Committee
  • Chairman of Compensation, Nominating and Governance Committee
  • Director of Magellan Health, Inc
  • Member of Technology, Competition and Regulatory Committee
  • Michael Diament Director
Michael Diament has served as a director of Magellan Health, Inc., a publicly traded diversified specialty health care company, since 2004. He also has served on the board of managers of Dayco, LLC (formerly Mark IV Industries, Inc.), a privately held manufacturer of engine technology solutions, since 2009 and currently serves as chairman. He formerly served on the board of directors of Journal Register Company, a privately held national media company, from 2009 until 2011, and JL French Automotive Castings, Inc., a privately held manufacturer of aluminum die cast components for the global automotive industry, from 2006 until 2009. He also formerly served as the director of bankruptcies and restructurings and a portfolio manager at Q Investments, an investment management firm, from 2001 until 2006. Prior to that, Diament was a senior analyst for Sandell Asset Management and served as vice president of Havens Advisors, both investment management firms.

Michael Wallace

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Advisory Board
  • Michael Wallace Former Vice Chairman and COO of Constellation Energy
  • Vice Chairman and COO of Constellation Energy
Michael Wallace retired in 2011 as vice chairman and COO of Constellation Energy and chairman of Constellation Energy Nuclear Group, which includes nuclear generation of 3,869 megawatts, three sites, and five units in two states. Previously, Mr. Wallace co-founded Barrington Energy Partners, LLC, a strategic consulting firm specializing in energy industry transactions and advisory services. Before joining Barrington Energy, Mr. Wallace had more than 25 years of senior executive and utility operations experience, including overseeing operations of 12 nuclear generating units as senior vice president and chief nuclear officer for Unicom/ComEd of Illinois. Mr. Wallace is deeply engaged as an advisor to governments and industry on matters of nuclear energy security, including service on the National Infrastructure Council (NIAC) - which advises the President on homeland security matters - as well as the Cyber security Subcommittee of the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) and the Steering Committee of the Electricity Sub-Sector Coordinating Council (ESCC). Mr. Wallace is a former naval officer, having served in the U.S. Navy nuclear submarine force.

Mikel H. Williams - Chairman

Job Titles:
  • Chairman
  • Chairman of the Executive Committee
  • Member of Audit and Finance Committee
  • Audit and Finance Committee Charter
  • Director of Targus Cayman Holdco Limited
  • Member of Technology, Competition and Regulatory Committee
Mikel H. Williams has served as the Chief Executive Officer and a director of Targus Cayman Holdco Limited, a leading global supplier that designs, develops and sells products for the mobile worker, including laptop cases, docking stations and accessories for mobile electronic devices since February 2016. Prior to that, Mr. Williams served as the Chief Executive Officer and a director of JPS Industries, Inc., a manufacturer of sheet and mechanically formed glass and aramid substrate materials for the electronics, aerospace, ballistics and general industrial applications, from May 2013 until its sale in July 2015. Mr. Williams was the President, Chief Executive Officer and a director of DDi Corp., a leading provider of time-critical, technologically advanced electronics manufacturing services, from November 2005 to until it was sold in May of 2012. He has also served in various management positions with several companies in the technology and professional services related industries. Mr. Williams also serves on the board of directors of Iteris, Inc. and B. Riley Financial, Inc. He previously served on the boards of Lightbridge Communications Corporation until it was sold in January 2015, and Tellabs, Inc. until it was sold in December 2013. Mr. Williams received his B.S. degree from the University of Maryland in accounting and an M.B.A. from the University of Georgetown. Mr. Williams began his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers as a certified public accountant in the State of Maryland.

Neil S. Subin

Job Titles:
  • Director
  • Member of Compensation, Nominating and Governance Committee
Neil S. Subin, age 52, has served as Chairman of Broadbill Investment Partners, LLC, a private investment manager he co-founded in 2011. Prior to founding Broadbill, Mr. Subin was the founder and Managing Director of Trendex Capital Management Corp., a private investment advisor focusing primarily on financially distressed companies. Prior to Trendex, Mr. Subin was a private investor. Mr. Subin serves on a number of boards, including FiberTower Corp., PHAZR Inc., Phosphate Holdings, Inc., Penn Treaty American Corp., and Institutional Financial Markets, Inc.

Patricia J. Jamieson

Job Titles:
  • Director
  • Member of Audit and Finance Committee
  • Member of Compensation, Nominating and Governance Committee
Patricia J. Jamieson retired from Keycorp in March 2013, where she held various executive director positions, reporting directly to the chief financial officer since 1998. From 2009 to March 2013, Ms. Jamieson served as the executive director - planning & performance management for Keycorp. From 1998 to 2009, she was the chief financial officer for Key Corporate Bank, one of the two main divisions of Keycorp. From 1996 to October 1998, she was the chief financial officer of McDonald & Company Investments Inc., a publicly traded brokerage, asset management and investment banking company, which was purchased by Keycorp in October 1998.

Philip O. Strawbridge - CFO, SVP, Treasurer

Job Titles:
  • Chief Administrative Officer
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Senior Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Philip Strawbridge Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, and Treasurer
  • Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, and Treasurer
Philip O. Strawbridge is Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, and Treasurer of Centrus Energy Corp. He oversees the financial and administrative activities of the corporation, including accounting, treasury, financial and strategic planning, information technology, tax, procurement, human resources, and investor relations. Mr. Strawbridge is an action-oriented executive with extensive experience in the nuclear, environmental, technology and service industries. From 2010 to 2013, he served as an executive adviser at Court Square Capital. Mr. Strawbridge served in various executive positions including Chief Financial Officer at EnergySolutions, a nuclear services and technology company, from 2006 to 2010. He was Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer of BNG America, which provided nuclear waste management services and technology to U.S. Government and commercial clients, from 1999 until BNG America was acquired by EnergySolutions in early 2006. From 1996 to 1999, Mr. Strawbridge was Chief Financial Officer of OHM/IT Corporation, a publicly-traded environmental and nuclear remediation firm. He also worked in several executive roles at the Fluor Corporation from 1986 to 1995. Early in his career, Mr. Strawbridge held various executive positions within the United States General Services Administration. He began his career as a United States Marine and received his Juris Doctor and BS in Finance from the University of Missouri.

Stephen S. Greene

Job Titles:
  • Senior Vice President, Corporate Development
  • Senior Vice President, Corporate Development & Strategy
Stephen S. Greene is senior vice president, corporate development and strategy, for Centrus Energy Corp. In this role, he oversees the development, evaluation and implementation of strategic initiatives for the company. Mr. Greene most recently served as the Company's chief financial officer and treasurer. He joined Centrus in 2007 as vice president, finance. Prior to joining Centrus, Mr. Greene was a vice president and executive director of Pace Global Energy Services. Previously, he was a vice president at Progress Energy, where he was responsible for strategic planning, and prior to that at PG&E National Energy Group, where he managed strategic planning, finance, market analysis, and commercial structuring activities. Mr. Greene began his career as a policy analyst with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Mr. Greene received a bachelor of arts degree in physics from Princeton University and a master's degree in public policy from the John F. Kennedy School at Harvard University.

Susan Eisenhower

Job Titles:
  • Member of the Advisory Board
  • CEO and Chairman of the Eisenhower Group, Inc
  • Susan Eisenhower CEO and Chairman of the Eisenhower Group
Susan Eisenhower is the CEO and Chairman of The Eisenhower Group, Inc. (EGI). For more than 30 years, EGI has provided strategic counsel on business development, public affairs and communications projects to Fortune 500 companies in the United States and abroad. Over the years, Ms. Eisenhower has served as a member of three blue ribbon commissions for the Department of Energy for three different secretaries: The Baker-Cutler Commission on U.S. Funded Non-Proliferation Programs in Russia; The Sununu-Meserve Commission on Nuclear Energy; and the Blue Ribbon Commission on America's Nuclear Future, which released its findings on a comprehensive program for the back end of the nuclear fuel cycle in the winter of 2012. She has served as the co-chairman for the U.S. Secretary of Energy's Nuclear Energy Advisory Council, and she was also appointed to the National Academy of Sciences Standing Committee on International Security and Arms Control, where she served eight years. She is currently a member of MIT's Energy Initiative Advisory Board.

Tetsuo Iguchi

Job Titles:
  • Director
  • Tetsuo Iguchi Director
Tetsuo Iguchi, age 50, is Senior Vice President of Government & Industry Relations and General Manager of the Washington D.C. office of Toshiba America, Inc. Mr. Iguchi previously was assigned to the Overseas Sales and Marketing Department for Nuclear Division and also one of the Mount Fuji project team members working for Fukushima Daiichi restoration efforts. In July 2012, he was appointed Assistant General Manager of the Corporate Government & External Relations Division. He transferred to Toshiba America Inc. as Vice President for Government and Industry Relations and Deputy General Manager of the Washington DC office in January 2013 and was Visiting Fellow for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).

W. Thomas Jagodinski

Job Titles:
  • Chairman of Audit and Finance Committee
  • Director
  • Member of the Executive Committee
W. Thomas Jagodinski has served on the Board of Directors of Lindsay Corp (LNN) as its Audit Committee Chairman since 2008. Mr. Jagodinski served on the Board of Directors and as Audit Committee Chairman of Quinpario Acquisition Corp. (f/n/a QPAC), a special purpose acquisition corporation. Effective upon the consummation of a merger in 2014, QPAC changed its name to Jason Industries (NASDAQ: JASN) and Mr. Jagodinski resigned from the Board. Mr. Jagodinski joined the board of Quinpario Aquisition Corp 2, (NASDAQ: QPAC) a blank check company formed in 2014 for the purpose of effecting a business combination, where he is the Audit Committee Chair. Mr. Jagodinski served on the Board of Directors of Phosphate Holdings, Inc. and its Audit, Compensation and Governance Committees from 2009-2014. He served as the Board Chairman from 2011-2014. Mr. Jagodinski also served on the Board of Directors and as Audit Committee Chairman of Solutia Inc. from 2008 to 2012 when the company was acquired by another company. Mr. Jagodinski, a private investor, was President, Chief Executive Officer and director of Delta and Pine Land Company from 2002 until June 2007 when the company was acquired.

William J. Madia

Job Titles:
  • Director
  • Member of the Executive Committee
  • Chairman of Technology, Competition and Regulatory Committee
  • Vice President at Stanford University
William J. Madia is a vice president at Stanford University responsible for oversight of the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy national science lab. Dr. Madia retired in 2007 as executive vice president of laboratory operations of the Battelle Memorial Institute, a non-profit independent research and development organization, where he oversaw the management or co-management of six U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories. Dr. Madia served in that position since 1999. In addition, he was president and CEO of UT-Battelle, LLC, he managed Battelle's global environment business, served as president of Battelle Technology International, president and director of Battelle's Columbus Laboratories and corporate vice president and general manager of Battelle's Project Management Division.