Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer: Jody Hudson
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Jody Hudson currently serves as the Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) where he has held that position since July 2012. Prior to that assignment Mr. Hudson served as NRC’s Chief Learning Officer for three years where he was the responsible executive for the full breadth of workforce learning and development, Organizational Development, and Knowledge Management programs at NRC. NRC holds the distinction of being consistently among the top ranked agencies in the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey in all OPM indices, and in the Best Places to Work in Federal Government rankings by the Partnership for Public Service.
Prior to joining NRC, Mr. Hudson served for four years as the Department of Energy’s (DOE) first Chief Learning Officer. At DOE he was the lead executive for organizational learning and development, recruiting and internships, and human capital business automation programs.
Prior to joining DOE, Mr. Hudson worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for twenty-one years where he led a broad range of environmental program management, regulatory, scientific, and administrative programs.
He graduated from Missouri State University with a BS in Environmental Chemistry and has completed graduate studies in IT Management at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri and at National Defense University in Washington DC.