Charlotte Geiger feels nuclear energy is a bridge to our clean energy future. Nuclear energy also benefits the communities and states that supports it. What in the current economic climate is forcing the premature closure of nuclear generating stations, including Three Mile Island Unit 1, which permanently shutdown on September 20th of this year? 
Our speaker will be Charlotte Geiger, has been in the nuclear industry for over 36 years and lived in the Kennett Square area for over 22 years.  She works for Exelon Generation in the nuclear generation group and has supported a variety of engineering projects for those generating facilities.  She has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and is a Professional Engineer licensed in Pennsylvania.  She also is a mother of two young men, Matt and Garrett, who graduated from Unionville-Chadds Ford High School and are now married and starting families of their own.  She has one grandchild, Jimmy.  Charlotte is a firm believer that nuclear generation must continue to be used to support the clean energy goals of the country, and hopes that one day there will be new nuclear plants being built in the United States (besides the two under construction in Georgia), instead of the current trend of decommissioning our existing facilities.