Director Esnard is the first black woman elected to the PIPSC Board of Directors. She is passionate about equality, representation and the power of PIPSC. It is this commitment to improved representation in our union that motivated her to run and win in the 2018 PIPSC election.
The inclusion of underrepresented groups in the PIPSC leadership structure ensures that decisions, strategies, projects and member engagement reflect the needs of all members.
Better representation makes our union stronger.
Director Esnard’s charitable contributions, education and work as an actor in film and Broadway are certain to benefit our collective goals. She has demonstrated her commitment to standing up for members as a steward and NUREG Vice President.
We celebrate her election as a part of Black History month to draw attention specifically to the contributions black people continue to make to the Institute as well as to signal clearly that this union values the contributions of all members and will continue to work toward improved representation in leadership roles. Because, we’re Better Together!