Kathryn Jackson

Board member

Age 63   |   Independent
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Director since:  2017
Citizenship: American

  • Key Skills and Experience

    • Uranium / nuclear
    • Safety, health and environment /
      ​sustainability
    • Risk oversight
    • Operational excellence
    • Human resources and executive compensation
    • Capital projects
  • Kate brings extensive senior management and board experience in highly technical industries, including nuclear power generation, to Cameco’s board and the four committees she sits on. She chairs our reserves oversight committee. She has worked on both the utility and supplier side of the industry.

Biography

As of March 10, 2021

Kate Jackson is a corporate director. She is the former senior vice-president and chief technology officer of RTI International Metals Inc. (from 2014 to 2015) and previously served as senior vice-president and chief technology officer for Westinghouse Electric Company (from 2008 to 2014), which included responsibility for sustainability and environment, health and safety. She has held various senior positions at the Tennessee Valley Authority and Alcoa Corporation.

Kate received a doctorate and a master’s degree in engineering and public policy from Carnegie Mellon University. She also holds a master’s degree in industrial engineering management from the University of Pittsburgh and a bachelor’s degree in physics from Grove City College.

Kate chaired the ISO New England Inc. board from 2008 to 2014. ISO New England Inc. is an independent non-profit regional transmission organization serving a number of Eastern US states. Kate is a member of Carnegie Mellon University School of Engineering Dean’s Advisory Council and the advisory board of the Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Centre. She is a member of the University of Pittsburgh Engineering School Board of Visitors and a board member of the private company, Duquesne Light Company. Kate serves as a member of the compensation committees of both Portland General Electric company and EQT Corporation.

Board and Committee Membership and Attendance

As of December 31, 2020

    2020 Attendance
2020 Voting Results Board and Committee Membership Regular Special Overall
99.4% votes for Board of directors 7 of 7 5 of 5 100%
0.6% votes withheld Human resources and compensation 4 of 4   100%
  Nominating, corporate governance and risk  4 of 4   100%
  Safety, health and environment 3 of 3   100%

Other Public Company Boards in the Past Five Years

Rice Acquisition Corporation (NYSE)   October 2020 to present
EQT Corporation (NYSE)   July 2019 to present
Portland General Electric Company (NYSE)   2014 to present
Hydro One Limited (TSX)   2015 to 2018
Rice Energy, Inc. (NYSE)   April to November 2017

Securities Held

As of December 31, 2020

Year Cameco Shares DSUs Total Shares
 and DSUs
Market Value of
Shares and DSUs1
Multiple of 2020
Annual Retainer
(at market value)
Share Ownership
Guideline Compliant2
2020 –– 37,133 37,133 $ 633,118 3.2x Yes
2019 –– 27,915 27,915 $ 322,139    
Change –– 9,218 9,218 $ 310,979    

1  Based on total holdings multiplied by the closing price of Cameco common shares on the TSX on December 31: $11.54 (2019) and $17.05 (2020).

2  For evaluating compliance with Cameco’s share ownership guidelines, Kate’s DSUs held at December 31, 2020 are valued at $633,133, and represent 3.2x the board member retainer of $200,000.