Sr. Director, HSE & Sustainability, Fluor
Nancy Kralik is a licensed civil and environmental engineer with over 30 years of experience in the development and implementation of health, safety, environmental, and sustainability practices globally. She has been the HSE project manager on onshore and offshore facilities, refineries, and chemical plants for major oil and gas companies, conducted field investigations, and managed global HSE regulatory issues. At Fluor, Nancy led the corporate initiative to integrate HSE activities and is engaged in sustainability and HSE engineering and field issues in a corporate role. She serves as the chair of Fluor's executive-level Sustainability Committee.
Nancy has M.S. degrees in civil/environmental engineering and fisheries biology and a B.S. in biology. She is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional and Envision Sustainability Professional. She is a member of ASCE’s Committee on Sustainability subcommittees on education and advocacy and chairs the subcommittee on sustainability policy. She is a member of Engineers Without Borders and the Air & Waste Management Association. Nancy serves as the vice chair of the University of Houston’s College of Natural Science & Mathematics advisory board and is on Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s College of Natural Science & Mathematics advisory board.