Frances Marshall


Frances M Marshall is the new President of WIN IAEA Chapter since 2017. 

Frances's bio in her own words:

Since 2014 Ms Marshall has been the project manager for the Research Reactor Fuel Cycle project in the Research Reactor Section at IAEA, responsible to support Member States with research reactor fuel cycle issues. Prior to coming to IAEA, Frances was the the manager of the Advanced Test Reactor (ATR) National Scientific User Facility (NSUF) Program at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) in the USA.  Frances co-led the team to establish the ATR NSUF.  At INL, Frances supported and led projects in the areas of irradiation experiments, nuclear power plant engineering, nuclear power plant probabilistic risk analysis, and regulatory support.  While at INL, Frances was one of the charter members of the Idaho Women in Nuclear (IWiN), and held the position of president and vice president. 

Frances earned a bachelors degree in nuclear engineering from the University of Virginia (UVA), a masters degree in chemical engineering from the University of Idaho, and is a registered Professional Engineer.  She held a reactor operator license on the UVA Reactor and worked in the commercial nuclear power industry as a startup engineer, plant system engineer, and reactor for nine years prior to working at INL.