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Ms. Kate Paul, a long-time Member of the WINS community and active contributor, has recently risen through the ranks at her organisation, Bruce Power, a nuclear power station in Ontario, Canada.
For the better part of 12 years, Ms. Paul had been an Armed Security Officer at Bruce Power and was promoted in June to Lead as a Human Resources Specialist in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. In her new role, she is involved in talent acquisition and recruitment strategies, leadership development, as well as reviewing organisational practices to ensure they are inclusive.
Ms. Paul earned her Certified Nuclear Security Professional (CNSP) designation in 2018 through the WINS Academy and has since been an active Member of the WINS community by participating in events, such as sharing her experience as part of our Women in Response Force Roles webinar in November 2020. She also contributed to our International Best Practice Guide on Advancing Gender Parity in Nuclear Security.
Ms. Paul attributes part of her success to her extensive involvement with WINS.
“Just to add to my success, WINS offered me a lot of opportunity, such as the opportunity to be on a discussion panel and to gain that experience in speaking in front of an audience and to do a webinar. WINS has these opportunities available – it’s up to people to take them up on it,” she commented.
WINS congratulates Ms. Paul on her recent promotion and looks forward to ongoing cooperation with her in the future.