National Nuclear Laboratory


Wednesday 26 April 2017

NNL Welcomes Appointment of Claire Flint to the Board

The National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) welcomes the announcement by Government that Claire Flint has been appointed to be a non-executive member of the NNL Board, commencing from 21 April 2017. Claire has already previously served as an associate non-executive director on the NNL Board from 2014-16, under the Government’s “Women on Board” scheme, so she is familiar with the business and we welcome her back to the Board in a formal capacity.

In her executive career, Claire was most recently Group Human Resources and Brand Director for Oxford Instruments plc, a leading international, nanotechnology tools provider, serving on their Management Board for over 10 years during a period of significant growth and strategic change. Prior to that she held a variety of international HR roles working for Diageo, Bass Brewing and the National Westminster Bank.

Claire now pursues a plural career comprising Non-Executive Directorships and leadership consulting. She recently became a Trustee for Scope, a leading UK charity. From 2012-16, she sat on the Institute of Physics Campaign Board raising funds to promote the advancement of physics as an engine for education and economic growth.

Claire has a BA in history from London University and a post graduate diploma in labour studies.