Vice President, International Fuel Cycle Strategies
NTI Vice President of International Fuel Cycle Strategies Corey Hinderstein has been elevated to the rank of Fellow with the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM), a global network that promotes leading research and development as well as the practical application of new concepts, approaches, techniques, and equipment for managing nuclear materials.
Hinderstein’s advancement to Fellow, via nomination by a group of peers within the INMM membership, is a well-deserved recognition of her more than 20 years of achievements and contributions to the professional field of nuclear materials management, specifically in nonproliferation and arms control, international safeguards, and nuclear security. She has been an active member of INMM since 1997 and is currently on the organization’s executive committee as Immediate Past President. She also has been a member of the Technical Program Committee and is a past president of the Northeast regional chapter. For more information on INMM, visit: www.inmm.org
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