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Katie Warner digital people showcase

When she’s not hanging out with her rescue pup, Finn, you’ll find Katie Warner making an impact – whether it’s volunteering with the Denver Police Department or tutoring under-served youth with the Colorado Association of Black Professional Engineers and Scientists, at an equally infamous and disastrous family fishing trip, or here at Jacobs.

In her role as our North American Nuclear Stakeholder Interface Manager, she leads all stakeholder and client relations and communications in support of our work as a Tier 1 service provider to the U.S. Department of Energy and Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, delivering safe and innovative solutions at complex nuclear cleanup and production sites.

Being a part of the Jacobs family means always being heard by teammates, challenged with new assignments, trusted to execute, and valued by leadership.

Katie Warner
North American Nuclear Stakeholder Interface Manager


years of progressive leadership experience in the nuclear sector


Top Young Professional (Engineering News-Record)


languages she’s conversational in (Spanish, Danish, English)


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She serves as an executive advisor for strategy implementation involving next generation workforce, inclusion, retention and innovation and even created, organized and hosted a Next Generation Workforce Panel during the nuclear industry’s largest conference with participation from the highest levels of industry leadership and record-breaking attendance.

In addition to her community volunteer efforts, Katie is also an active member of the #OurJacobs family, volunteering as a trainer for Conscious Inclusion to educate Jacobs employees on unconscious biases and mitigation tactics and as a volunteer trainer for the Leading People Workshop, a training to equip new people managers with management skills and toolkits.

She received her bachelor of science in business administration degree in marketing from University of Denver – Daniels College of Business. Katie is a 2019 graduate of the Jacobs Leadership Development Program and 2020 Engineering News-Record Mountain States Top Young Professional honoree.

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