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Chris Wolfe is Vice President of Quality Engineering for Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation in Columbia South Carolina. A go rmer North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) Public Information Chair and recognized as its Future’s Award Recipient in 2017, Chris was invited to and participated in the Aspen Institute Energy and Environmental Program’s Inaugural Future of Nuclear Forum. She received a Top Industry Practice Award from the Nuclear Energy Assembly for her leadership on the Board of Directors for NAYGN and developing a first-of-a-kind children’s book, Marie’s Electric Adventure, focused on educating children about nuclear power. In addition, she helped the United States Department of Energy launch a nationwide millennial nuclear caucus initiative.
Her leadership and accomplishments are also evident on the golf course – three- year Captain of Vanderbilt University’s Women’s Golf Team, All American, SEC Champion and East Regional Champion, LPGA qualifier on her first attempt – as well as in her voluntarism. Chris was recognized in SC Senate Resolution S. 734 and by Senator Shealy on the Senate floor for her work with Million Women Mentors-South Carolina where she leads a steering committee of corporate, educate and non-profit female leaders advancing women and girls to enter, persist and succeed in STEM careers through mentoring. Along with MWM, Chris serves as the Board Chair for the local City Year and First Tee chapters. Chris holds a B.S. in Economics and Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University. Along with her double major, she is a wife and mother of two: son, Connor (9) and daughter, Brady (6).