Dave Stinson, President of Shaw Areva MOX to speak at SC State

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

 

David StinsonSC State will host the fall 2008 business series with Dave Stinson, president of Shaw Areva MOX. Stinson will be speaking on “Preparing to enter the Global Market,” on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2008 at 12:00p.m (noon) in Belcher Hall fourth floor auditorium.

Mr. Stinson has been the President of Shaw Areva MOX Services since 2006. Shaw Areva MOX Services, based out of Aiken, S.C at the Savannah River Site (SRS), was designed to build and operate a mixed oxide, (MOX) fuel fabrication facility.


Over the last 33 years, Mr. Stinson has gained a broad experience base in the government and commercial sectors. He is known as a results-based executive with a track record of recovering troubled projects and organizations.
Stinson earned his bachelor’s degree from the US Air Force Academy and master’s degree from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, Ala.


Upon leaving active duty in the Air Force, Stinson became founder and CEO of Digital Engineering, a 300- person software and engineering company that developed expert systems for conducting safety analysis and commercial nuclear facilities.


Following the sale of Digital Engineering, Stinson joined the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) where he served as project manager for the $1.5 billion recovery of browns ferry unit three, which was completed six months ahead of schedule and $120 million under budget.


Later, Stinson became the President of Intergraph Corporation, a leading global provider of spatial information management (SIM) software. Intergraph Corporation fuses geospatial technology to security, helping some of the world's largest government, military, and industrial organizations in more than 60 countries better manage their operations and safeguard their infrastructure. He led the corporate transition back to profitability after six years of losses.


Stinson and his wife Sandy, lives in Aiken, S.C. with two of their four children.


For more information, please contact Dr. Ann Winstead, leadership and professional development coordinator at (803)516-4864.