“The Path of Most Persistence” Podcast
The Nuclear Power Institute (NPI) has created a monthly podcast, “The Path of Most Persistence”, with the objective to educate and inspire. This format serves as a window into the people we engage and our world of developing the necessary workforce to support continuing and emerging nuclear applications and clean technology needs across the State of Texas. We have a passion for engaging our partners and their surrounding communities while maximizing strengths.
Our podcast’s goal is to highlight and share the tenacious stories of our partners with all whom listen providing inspiration, motivation, and appreciation throughout the great State of Texas. We believe the experiences and storytelling of our guests will illuminate our “Path”.
“You just have to keep trying”
South Texas Project (STP) Emergency Response Supervisor, Stephanie Rodgers, joins NPI for our April episode of “The Path of Most Persistence Podcast”. Find out more about Stephanie in her resume.
- Texas A&M Interim President, Dr. John Junkins – March 2021 – CV
- Texas Workforce Commissioner, Aaron Demerson – February 2021 – Bio
- Philly Seafood President, Regina Pena, and Philly Seafood Social Media Manager, Ava Pena – January 2021 – Bio
- Nuclear Power Institute Regional Coordinator and Stephenville High School Teacher, Brian Salge – December 2020 – Resume
- Independent Senior Technical Advisor, Dr. Steven Winston – November 2020 – CV
- Senior Advisor, Policy & Communications – U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy, Suzanne Jaworowski – October 2020 – Bio
- Program Manager, Professional & Continuing Education – Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, Brandon Green – October 2020 – Bio
- Director of ENGR[x] and Professor of Practice at Texas A&M University, Shayla Rivera – September 2020 – Bio
- Associate Director, Nuclear Engineering & Science Center, and Associate Director, Nuclear Power Institute, Dr. Valerie G. Segovia – August 2020 – Bio
- Director, Nuclear Power Institute, Dr. Sean McDeavitt – August 2020 – Bio
- Palacios High School student and Workforce Industry Training (WIT) member, Patricia Castanon – July 2020 – Bio
- Troy High School student and Workforce Industry Training (WIT) member, Shayden Spradley – June 2020 – Bio