NSAN announces the appointment of Stacey Hatch to the NSAN Board as a Non-Executive Director.

Stacey is the Head of Talent, Learning and Development for Magnox Ltd Originally starting in the nuclear sector in 2006, Stacey has held various positions in relation to training and skills development with British Energy and EDF Energy before joining Magnox Ltd in 2019.

Stacey has a Masters degree in Nuclear Science from the University of Manchester, and has supported the Department for Education in the development of technical qualifications.  Stacey is also a board member for an Education Trust in the Southwest of England.

Jo Tipa, Managing Director of NSAN commented:

“Stacey joins NSAN at an exciting time as the UK nuclear industry is on a mission to generate reliable, secure, low-carbon power that is cost-competitive.  NSAN have a big part to play in supporting the industry in developing the people needed to facilitate this growth across the country.

Stacey’s appointment complements our Board of Non-Executive Directors’ skills and experience. I am confident Stacey will provide a valuable perspective as we continue to execute our business strategy, support the skills for nuclear agenda and continue to enhance our value to members and the industry.”

Stacey Hatch, Head of Talent, Learning and Development for Magnox Ltd commented:

“I am pleased to have joined the board of NSAN at this pivotal time. The nuclear sector is growing and diversifying and this has a significant impact on the skills we need now and in the future. I am passionate about highlighting the exciting careers and opportunities that exist in our sector and will continue to champion these through my work with NSAN”