NE Seminar: “Introduction to X-energy Commercial and Government Projects”


1:55 pm-2:55 pm
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Rhines Hall Room 125
549 Gale Lemerand Drive
Gainesville, FL 32611


Georgette Alexander-Morrison

V.P., Government Research & Development
X-Energy, LLC

Georgette Alexander-Morrison leads X-energy’s Government Research and Development (Govt R&D) Division where she is responsible for X-energy’s portfolio of US Government contracts/grants and establishing a pipeline of contract opportunities for terrestrial microreactors and space nuclear projects including winning one of three DOE/NASA awards to perform Phase 1 Studies for the lunar Fission Surface Power (FSP) project.
Her most recent position was Vice President of Capture and Proposal Management. Georgette was responsible for leading key pursuits and responses and developing staff for capture and proposal leadership roles for both X-energy’s Commercial Division and Govt R&D.
Georgette has over 30+ years of experience in civil space, private industry, space and defense hardware, and NASA services. Her early career focused on materials engineering including three years at Fairchild Space and five years with DOE projects at Y-12 Facility and ORNL (Oak Ridge TN).
She holds a BS with High Honors in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) from the University of Florida (Gainesville, FL) and an MS in Industrial Engineering (Engineering Management) from the University of Tennessee (Knoxville, TN). Her credentials also include continuing education in proposal management, capture management, business development, and government contracting. Georgette holds a DoD Secret Clearance.


This seminar presents an overview of X-energy’s High-Temperature Gas Reactor (HTGR) technology and current projects, TRISO-X fuel, and current Government R&D division projects.


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Department of Materials Science & Engineering