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Steven Gilman, PMP

Asheville, North Carolina
PSR Affiliation: Member, National Board

Areas of Expertise:

  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Nuclear power abolition
  • Nuclear weapons abolition
  • War & militarism reduction

Media Experience: Public Speaking, Writing & editing, Speech writing

Why PSR?

PSR taps into my passion to reduce and eventually eliminate nuclear weapons and  nuclear power, as well as reducing war and militarism. I believe these are the gravest threats to human health and global survival, and PSR is uniquely positioned to address these threats! I believe I can fill a project management niche and bring great enthusiasm to help address PSR organizational goals and aspirations.

Biographical Sketch

Mr. Gilman has spent most of his career as a Project Management Professional in the Business Information Technology space. In addition to being on the National PSR Board of Directors, he serves on the steering committee of the Western NC PSR chapter and is also the WNC PSR chapter secretary.

Mr. Gilman has been active in meeting with state and federal legislators to lobby for PSR’s goals. He has arranged car pooling and bus trips to Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) public hearings in NC, TN, GA and SC and has presented arguments for reducing nuclear weapons and nuclear power at these hearings.

Mr. Gilman develops and facilitates the planning, publicity and implementation of many PSR chapter events.

To request Steven Gilman’s assistance for a PSR event or activity, please email Steven.L.Gilman@gmail.com or call 828-298-5011.

In the Spotlight

On Friday September 12, 2014, MdEHN, Chesapeake PSR, and ANHE co-hosted a symposium of experts to assess the findings of the study, Potential Public Health Impacts of Natural Gas Development and Production in the Marcellus Shale in Western Maryland.  There was general consensus that science is emerging that suggests health issues associated with various aspects of gas and oil well development need to be better understood, and that as a consequence, Maryland should not proceed with hydrofracturing at this time.