Eric started out pursuing a career in professional singing, but after hearing about the promise of advanced nuclear reactors, he decided to devote his life to saving and expanding the use of atomic energy.
Larkin Mosscrop is an environmental biologist. She started her career in environmental remediation and found her way to Chalk River Laboratories where she learned about nuclear energy and how nuclear plays a key role in sustainable development and the fight against climate change.
River grew up on Nantucket Island surfing, swimming, and sailing, he became interested in the issue of global water and sanitation access. After graduating with a degree in Energy Policy from University of Virginia, he moved to Barcelona, Spain where he works as a math and science teacher while completing a post bac in order to pursue nuclear engineering at the graduate level.
Sydney Hamilton is an engineer that has done extensive policy research on nuclear power. She serves as our Policy Coordinator, helping GenA connect with local, state, and federal officials. Sydney thinks nuclear is the best because of her long family history in the nuclear power from the very beginning of the industry, and knows firsthand how safe, clean, and reliable it truly is!
David is a chartered physicist and experienced nuclear professional who has lived, worked and travelled in Europe, the US, Japan and Latin America. He sees clean, abundant and sustainable atomic energy as a vital tool in preserving our wild spaces for a future where humankind will be more numerous and prosperous than ever before.
Bobbi is a nuclear engineer pursuing a PhD in nuclear engineering at the University of New Mexico. She became a nuclear engineer because she became interested in its important role in th climate change solution. She’s currently interested in developing pro-nuclear power legislation and political action to support and expand the commercial nuclear power industry.
Daniel is a member of the Board of Directors of Generation Atomic. He studies energy policy, electricity markets, and nuclear plant design
Kristin Zaitz is a civil engineer and project manager specializing in seismic analysis and design at Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant
Eugene S. Grecheck is a seasoned executive with 40 years of experience in commercial nuclear power generation
Art Wharton is the VP of Market Development at Studsvik Scandpower. Art's dedication to advancing nuclear stems from a desire to lift up impoverished populations and provide modern life to all, with minimum impact to the environment.
Timothy Crook is driven and passionate about all things nuclear, but seeing the next generation of reactors built in America
Aries Loumis is a nuclear engineering student at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He is the current American Nuclear Society Student Section President
Lenka Kollar is the Director of Business Strategy at NuScale Power where she is working to bring NuScale’s small modular reactor
Canon Bryan has held executive management positions, served as chief financial officer and served on boards of directors for private and public companies
Nicholas is a PhD student studying Nuclear Engineering and Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Generation Atomic is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, that works with its 501(c)4 political advocacy arm GAMMA (Generation Atomic Movement Mobilizing Alliance) to save today’s nuclear reactors and lay the groundwork for deploying the reactors of tomorrow.
Since its founding in 2016, Gen A has worked to cultivate relationships with business leaders, pro-nuclear donors, and grassroots advocates. By engaging stakeholders at all levels, Gen A is working together with many partners to create a loud, effective, and sustainable pro-nuclear constituency.
This community building is at the heart of Gen A’s grassroots organizing and advocacy. We accomplish this objective by combining the best of old school movement building -- door-to-door canvassing, community organizing, and advocacy trainings to identify and energize new nuclear supporters while empowering them with the best digital tools to make real change in the policy landscape.
The facts are clear: nuclear power is the safest way to produce energy, the “waste” has the potential to power our future, and building nuclear is the fastest way to decarbonize a society. Indeed, the only countries that have decarbonized fast enough to limit global warming have done it with nuclear. Generation Atomic is here to tell that story, with your help, and take action at the local, national, and global levels to ensure we have a future of abundant clean energy - for everyone, forever.