Harry Anthony elected as UPA president

Harry Anthony, a senior adviser of the Uranium Energy Corp. (UEC), was recently elected president of the Uranium Producers of America (UPA).

Anthony served as UEC's CEO and as a board member for the company for almost 40 years. 

"Harry Anthony is a proven leader in the uranium industry, and we are grateful for his extensive experience," UPA Legal Counsel Jon Indall said. "He understands that for the United States to become energy independent and for national security reasons, it is vital that domestic uranium serves as a prominent and stable component of our country's nuclear fuel supply."

Anthony holds a bachelor's and master's degree in engineering mechanics from Pennsylvania State University. Before working with UEC, he served as a senior officer and director at Uranium Resources, Inc. for 20 years. Anthony has been a registered professional engineer in Texas for 35 years.

"UEC has garnered tremendous benefit from Harry Anthony's leadership and experience," Amir Adnani, president and CEO of UEC, said. "With his service to UPA, the entire country will now benefit from his extensive knowledge of the uranium industry. We are pleased that the UEC team continues to participate at the highest levels of the U.S. uranium industry, including, among other appointments, our Executive VP Scott Melbye having earlier served as president of UPA."

The UPA aims to support the domestic uranium mining and development industry in the U.S. It has been operational since 1985.

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