It’s been a year of achievements for our Kennesaw NAYGN Chapter. Our members have gone above and beyond to stay involved in their communities while promoting and supporting the nuclear industry on a national stage.
Our ENERCON engineers are some of the most talented and passionate in the industry. Their passion has led the Kennesaw Chapter to be named the 2021 Best Chapter in the Southeast, along with a number of other accolades, listed below.
This award recognizes the efforts of NAYGN chapters for services related to the growth of members through social, community service, and professional growth activities. We are extremely proud of this award, as it salutes our chapter’s overall excellence in supporting NAYGN’s mission and members while serving the industry.
Board of Director Positions
We are thrilled to announce that ENERCON’s Farrah Khanpour and Sarah Davis were elected to serve on the 2021-2022 national NAYGN Board of Directors.
NAYGN – Communications Officer
As Communication Officer, Farrah is responsible for all internal communications of NAYGN, including editing and publishing the membership newsletter, compilation and distribution of NAYGN announcements, and promoting NAYGN’s mission through social media platforms to help foster membership engagement.
NAYGN – Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer
As the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Officer, Sarah is responsible for upholding and advancing an inclusive culture within NAYGN, including engaging with and promoting diverse membership, providing a communication channel for members to raise concerns, and taking ownership to ensure violations in NAYGN’s values are properly elevated and addressed, and providing recommendations to NAYGN’s Directors and Committees that support NAYGN’s Vision and Mission by valuing diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Excellence Awards (2020)
ENERCON-Kennesaw won two National NAYGN Excellence awards in 2020.
Michael Smyth (Mechanical Engineering Supervisor, Nuclear Services Group) won a 2nd Quarter award for his work in coordinating the ENERCON COVID-19 fundraiser for Feeding America. The fundraiser far exceeded chapter goals for the event and was a great opportunity for ENERCON to give back to its communities.
ENERCON’s Will Moody (Mechanical Engineer, Nuclear Services Group) won a 3rd Quarter award for organizing a socially distanced 5k on social media. This activity garnered attention and participation from several chapters across the continent and was a great activity during a time when we all needed some physical exercise and socially distanced team building.
These are the 3rd and 4th Excellence Awards that the Kennesaw Chapter has won since 2013 and are a testament to the great work that the chapter and its members are doing.
Michael Smyth at socially distanced 5k.