Kelly Trice is the President of CDI. Mr. Trice has thirty years of experience including executive management oversight for multibillion-dollar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects that span both power generation and nuclear decommissioning. Mr. Trice has extensive experience including leadership responsibility for the decommissioning of several test reactors, one power reactor, and over 1000 nuclear production and ancillary facilities. Mr. Trice has also managed teams responsible for the termination five NRC licenses. As CDI’s president, Mr. Trice has the ultimate responsibility to ensure safe, compliant and efficient decommissioning. Mr. Trice is a graduate of the US Navy’s Nuclear Propulsion Program, he has a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of New Mexico.
Chief Financial Officer
Troy Geauthreaux is the Chief Financial Officer for CDI. Mr. Geauthreaux is responsible for CDI’s financial accounting and reporting systems that ensure a sustainable financial business model is maintained for managing decommissioning projects. Mr. Geauthreaux also provides financial information and status reporting for CDI’s Board of Directors. Prior to joining CDI, Mr. Geauthreaux amassed over 25 years in financial and strategic planning in the utility industry for a Fortune 500 company. Most recently, Mr. Geauthreaux worked within the oil and gas services industry for a company that went from a startup to a publicly traded company. Mr. Geauthreaux has a BS Finance from LSU and MBA from University of New Orleans.
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Jason Day has provided legal and contract support to CDI since its inception. Prior to his appointment as General Counsel, Mr. Day worked 16 years for several companies providing technology, goods and services to the construction and energy industries. He has extensive experience with commercial and government transactions, including organizing joint ventures and developing environmental cleanup and decommissioning projects. Mr. Day received a JD from the University of Wyoming and an EMBA and BA from the University of Utah.
Vice President of Communications
Jeremy Parriott oversees strategy, planning and support of CDI’s public relations and stakeholder communications. Prior to his appointment as CDI’s VP of Communications, Mr. Parriott helped lay the foundation for CDI’s business development and communications programs. Prior to joining CDI he spent 14 years planning and implementing projects involving decommissioning, environmental remediation, and radiological waste management. Before entering nuclear field, Mr. Parriott spent several years managing global marketing campaigns and business development initiatives. Mr. Parriott is a US Navy veteran and graduate of Broadview University with a BS in Business Management, who over the last 12 years has volunteered his time supporting community leaders and small business owners helping to create new opportunities within rural communities impacted by the loss of industry.