Juliet brings over 25 years of commercial expertise to NWS
NWS announces the arrival of Juliet Sotnick who joins the NWS board as non-executive director (NED). Juliet brings both sustainability and commercial expertise from a range of corporate management roles, most recently working at IHS Towers, one of the largest independent communications infrastructure companies.
Previous roles include Chief Sustainability Officer at Babcock International Group, where she designed and implemented a corporate sustainability strategy.
Juliet has operated across a range of industries from telecommunications, aerospace and defence, civil nuclear, broadcast media and financial services bringing a wealth of experience to NWS.
In her personal time Juliet enjoys travelling and exploring different cultures, jewellery making and has recently found pastime of creating “bouqcakes”.
Juliet Sotnick said:
“I am delighted to join the Nuclear Waste Services Board and to contribute to NWS’ objective to make nuclear waste permanently safe, sooner. NWS has an ambitious strategy, underpinned by sustainability in operational activities and in its objective to ensure and secure a future for domestic clean energy security. I very much look forward to contributing to NWS’ essential mission.”
Speaking of the appointment Adrienne Kelbie CBE, Independent Chair at NWS, said:
“We are committed to developing and designing sustainable waste management solutions to protect the environment for generations to come. Today’s job market is highly competitive, and I’m grateful to all of our staff and Board members for making NWS a place that great people want to join. Juliet brings first class knowledge and experience of designing and implementing sustainability strategies, which will help us expand our capabilities and influence how we work.”
About Nuclear Waste Services
Nuclear Waste Services (NWS) was created with the vision and purpose to make nuclear waste permanently safe, sooner. NWS brings together the UK’s leading nuclear waste management capabilities and is part of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority group, which has a collective long-term mission to clean up nuclear sites safely, securely, and cost-effectively.