Kathryn J. Jackson
Kathryn Jackson is a member of PGE’s Compensation and Human Resources Committee and Finance Committee.
Jackson has served since January 2016 as the director of energy and technology consulting at KeySource, Inc., where she provides consulting services to clients in business growth, technology development and energy services. Prior to KeySource, Inc., Jackson served as senior vice president and chief technology officer of RTI International Metals and chief technology officer and senior vice president of research and technology at Westinghouse Electric Company, LLC, a nuclear plant, fuel, and services company.
Jackson’s board service includes director of Cameco Corporation – one of the world’s largest uranium producers, headquartered in Saskatchewan, Canada; the Electricity Industry Center Advisory Board at Carnegie Mellon University, the Carnegie Mellon University; Engineering School Dean’s Advisory Board; the Electricity Institute Advisory Board at the University of Pittsburgh; and the Industry Advisory Board at Oregon State University School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering; and the EQT Corporation, a natural gas exploration and production company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
She holds a doctorate and masters in engineering and public policy from Carnegie Mellon University, a master’s in industrial engineering management from the University of Pittsburgh, and a bachelor of science in physics from Grove City College.