On Wednesday, November 15, 2005, I had the opportunity to talk with Kelly Taylor, a member of the North American Young Generation in Nuclear. Kelly has been working in the nuclear power industry since her high school graduation. Nineteen years ago, when she first entered the industry, it was a rare career choice for a teenage woman with good grades in math and science. In the years since she made that choice, Kelly has been a power plant operator holding an NRC license, a licensing specialist, and is now a corrosion control engineer.
I have obtained her permission to let you listen in as we talk about life as a professional nuke, Kelly’s perspectives on her career opportunities, and on various choices that she and her husband have made in order to create a good life for themselves and their four children in a community where many of the residents work for one of the most respected employers in the nuclear industry.
Kelly Taylor interview November 15, 2005 (Note: The linked file is a 19.4 MByte MP4 formatted file.)