Hanford Site services provider Mission Support Alliance (MSA) has announced the retirement of two longtime employees in June and has named their successors.
Vice president of Portfolio Management, Steve Young, will retire on June 15 and MSA will welcome Rick Millikin as the incoming vice president in this role. Steve has been with MSA for 7 years and at the Hanford Site for more than 30. Rick Millikin is coming to MSA from CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company where he most recently served as the vice president of Prime Contract and Project Integration. Rick has more than 28 years of business and program management experience, working at some of the most technically complex sites in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Environmental Management complex.
After 27 years leading the Volpentest HAMMER Federal Training Center, Karen McGinnis will also be retiring in June. Effective June 7, Paul Vandervert will become the director of HAMMER. Paul has been with HAMMER for 26 years, from concept and design to construction and operations. Paul has served as operations manager since HAMMER opened and has been recognized for his leadership in developing HAMMER as a model for performance and customer service. Paul’s extensive experience and strong relationships with Hanford Site leadership, labor and the community, will serve him well in his new role.
MSA is excited to welcome Rick and Paul into their new positions and we are grateful for the years of service from both Steve and Karen.
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