Maureen R. Zawalick

Maureen R. Zawalick

Vice President, Generation Business and Technical Services | Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Maureen Zawalick is Vice President, Business and Technical Services for Generation at Pacific Gas and Electric Company. In this role, she is responsible for regulatory strategies and compliance programs, enterprise and operational risk management, decommissioning, asset portfolio strategies, geosciences, procurement and used nuclear fuel management, cyber security, land and environmental stewardship, business planning, performance improvement, corrective action program, and academic partnerships.

Maureen has also served as Senior Director of Regulatory, Risk Management and Decommissioning, Director of Nuclear Risk and Compliance, and as the Chief of Staff for the Senior Vice President, Generation, and Chief Nuclear Officer, where she was involved with the overall strategic direction, planning, and oversight of PG&E’s utility-owned generation, an energy portfolio of over 7,600 megawatts of safe, reliable, affordable clean energy.

Zawalick has over 30 years’ experience in the utility and nuclear energy industry. She joined PG&E in 1997 and has held various positions with increasing responsibility in the areas of Integrated Planning and Business Governance, Risk Management, Compliance, Regulatory, Cyber Security, Performance Improvement and Emergency Preparedness. Prior to PG&E, Maureen spent eight years at Westinghouse Electric involved in major projects and initiatives including decommissioning, steam generator replacements, regulatory and legislation, and Department of Energy and utility reactor start-ups.

Zawalick has a degree in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Wisconsin. She is a member of the Nuclear Energy Institute's Risk-Informed Steering Committee, Regulatory Information Working Group, Women in Nuclear (WIN), American Nuclear Society (ANS), California Polytechnic State University President’s Council of Advisors and Local Economic Development Committee, Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) chapters.