Carol Fineagan

Carol Fineagan is Senior VP and CIO of EnergySolutions. Carol served eight years as CIO for Duratek in Maryland, prior to the acquisition of Duratek by EnergySolutions in June 2006. In July 2006, Carol moved to Salt Lake City to lead the integration of four major companies into EnergySolutions over twelve months. Under her leadership, Carol has assembled a team of IT professionals who have built a world-class IT infrastructure for EnergySolutions. Carol has an Associate of Arts from Villa Julie College in Maryland. She has a Bachelor and Master of Arts from the University of Baltimore. She has attended Innovation and Leadership Executive Training at The Wharton School of Business. Carol is a member of the Women Tech Council and the Society of Information Managers. She can be reached at [email protected]

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