Eric G. Meyer is the Founder and Director of Generation Atomic, a nuclear advocacy non-profit. He started out pursuing a career in professional singing, but after hearing about the promise of advanced nuclear reactors, he decided to devote his life to saving and expanding the use of atomic energy. He worked as an organizer on several political, union, and issue campaigns while in graduate school for applied public policy, taking time off to attend the climate talks in Paris and sing opera about atomic energy. Meyer began his full-time nuclear work in May of 2016 with Environmental Progress by organizing marches, rallies, and training in California, New York, and Illinois, before leaving to found Generation Atomic in late 2016. In only a short time, Generation Atomic has made a seismic shift in the world of nuclear advocacy. Over the last year, they've held advocacy training at ANS meetings and Thorium Conferences, Marched for Science, talked to over 10,000 voters in Ohio, developed an app for nuclear advocacy, and carried the banner for nuclear energy at the climate talks in Germany.