Women in Nuclear (WiN) is a global association of women and men supporting and encouraging women working in the nuclear industry, particularly energy and radiation applications.
WiN Canada was formed in 2004 and has been working to support the objectives of WiN Global by emphasizing and supporting the role that women can and do have in addressing public concerns about nuclear energy and the application of radiation and nuclear technology. WiN Canada also works to provide an opportunity for women to succeed in the industry through initiatives such as mentoring, networking, and other personal development opportunities.
To make the public, especially women, aware of the benefits of nuclear and radiation applications in health, energy, food and water.
WiN Canada aims to develop a dialogue with the public to promote factual awareness about the contribution of nuclear and radiation technologies to people and society. WiN Canada is also focused on contributing to knowledge and experience exchange among members and chapters, both in Canada and internationally. Finally, WiN Canada works to promote career interest in nuclear engineering, science, technology, the trades and other nuclear-related professions, especially among women and young people.
WiN Canada’s Board of Directors includes members from across the country, serving in the roles of President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Chapter Chairs, and Members at Large. Positions on the Board of Directors are open to all WiN Canada members and elections occur in the Spring ahead of the Annual General Assembly. Directors serve a two-year term, with the potential to serve an additional two consecutive terms.
CANDU Owners Group
Ontario Power Generation
CANDU Owners Group (COG)
Ontario Power Generation
Canaadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC)
WiN Canada’s team at Redstone brings with it a dedicated group of individuals, each with their own specific set of experience to lend to the efficiency of the team. The team oversees operational, event planning and other day-to-day tasks to ensure the success of WiN, along with it’s members.
WiN Canada has six Chapters across the country. Chapter members include skilled and technical workers, and individuals who support the industry, such as lawyers, accountants, financial professionals, communications professionals, sales people, and administrators. Chapters host local professional development and networking events, technical tours, and community outreach activities.