Women in Nuclear (WIN)

Women in Nuclear Global (WIN Global) is a global organisation which supports and encourages women working in nuclear industries throughout the world, particularly energy and radiation applications.

Founded in 1992, WIN Global aims to promote the understanding and public awareness of the benefits of nuclear and radiation applications through a series of active networks, both national and international. Many countries have their own domestic WIN networks, often very active.

WIN Global, a not-for-profit organisation, currently has around 4600 members in 102 countries and is still growing. Membership includes women working in medicine and health care, in regulatory authorities, in industry and as independent researchers. WIN Global are open to any applicant involved in the factual promotion of nuclear activities who pledges to adhere to the goals of the charter – men are very welcome to join.

WIN Global holds a successful annual meeting, and many national chapters hold their own meetings. WIN Global also publishes a monthly newsletter, WiNFO.

WNA provides adminstrative support to Women in Nuclear Global through a memorandum of understanding.


Dr ParkThe President of WIN Global is Dr. Se-Moon Park. Dr Park has been involved with Women in Nuclear since first attending and hosting the annual conference in Seoul 2001 as Vice President of WiN Korea. Dr Park was appointed President of WiN Korea in 2009 and became President of WIN Global in 2012.

Dr Park gained her PhD from London University, and taught geology and environmental geology at Universities in Korea and Europe for 7 years. Presently, she is a Project leader and Principle Researcher of radioactive waste treatment processes and disposal research in the Korean Atomic Research Institute and Korean Hydro & Nuclear Power-Central Research Institute. She has contributed to the developments of radioactive waste monitoring systems of disposal sites and a seismic monitoring system for NPPs. Within WiN Korea she is the research leader of nuclear knowledge transfer and human resources development projects run by WiN Korea.

Dr Park further contributes to fostering nuclear sciences as a member or advisor to a number of governmental committees. She is a permanent member of the Korean Women Scientists and Engineers and a Vice President of the Korea Federation of Women Science and Technology Association. 

Dr Park heads the WIN Global Leading Group, which is comprised of representatives from WIN's national chapters.

Contact Details



Telephone: +44 (0)207 451 1520

Address: Tower House, 10 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA, UK