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Women of WiN

Lisa Marshall

Lisa Marshall
Title: Security Shift Manager
Company: Ontario Power Generation

 As a Security Shift Manager in Nuclear Security, Lisa oversees the operational and tactical deployment of the nuclear security team at Pickering Nuclear Generating Station. Her areas of responsibility include acting as a liaison with station operations to provide operational station support for outages, station VIP tours and visitors and to ensure day-to-day operations are in accordance with the nuclear security regulations.


Lisa’s most rewarding project to date was her role as the Lead Controller for the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) performance testing program. This is a large scale exercise that tests the effectiveness of nuclear security programs. Lisa is also very proud to be part of the coordination of the many volunteer events the nuclear security organization participates in. Over the years she has coordinated dozens of events and recruited participation for organized charity events including Habitat for Humanity, United Way, Special Olympics and the Heart and Stroke Foundation.


Lisa finds satisfaction in her role in “interacting with different people everyday.” She is a graduate of Loyalist College in Law & Security Administration.


Lisa credits Lawrence Coombs, an FLM in Security, as the person who has influenced her career the most. Her advice to youth starting their careers is to “be sure to choose a career that you will enjoy.”


Lisa was inspired by her line to get involved with WiN.  She has attended the last several WiN conferences and found them very insightful into the broader nuclear industry. The 2012 conference inspired Lisa to take on an active role in the WiN-Durham chapter, by joining the leading group and coordinating meetings. She was motivated to increase her knowledge of the different areas in the industry. Lisa says, “Being a member of WiN has built a much larger network for me, where I am able to connect with women who have common interests in the nuclear industry. WiN has helped me broaden my knowledge of the nuclear industry beyond nuclear power, which has proved to be a huge benefit.”


When Lisa isn’t working she is enthusiastic about getting involved in her community through her various volunteer activities.


As created August 30, 2013


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