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Tonia Brown works in Waste Management for FBP, but her 12-year career on the PORTS site has included everything from project support training to office administration to janitorial services.

Tonia was born in Jackson, Mississippi and grew up in Long Island, New York. She graduated from Jackson State University and has called Chillicothe home for the past 18 years where she is very involved in the community.

“I love helping people and sharing is one of the things God has called me to do,” said Tonia.

If there is a community organization focused on helping others there is a good chance Tonia is involved. She is active in the mayor’s Chillicothe Improve Our Community,, Sister-to-Sister, and Cheryl’s House of Hope. She is also the secretary of the Ross County NAACP and publicist for the League of Women Voters.

The mother of two sons is not just involved in the community, but also at work as a member of the FBP Diversity Council, Employee Moral Committee and Local 689 Women of Steel.

What do you enjoy most about your job and working here?

“I’ve worked here over a decade and I have had the chance to meet and become friends with some good-hearted people,” said Brown. “The people are so generous, anytime we ask them to support any of our fundraisers or charities they do not hesitate. The people that work at PORTS truly care about their community and want to help.”

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Fluor-BWXT was formed to specifically address the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Gaseous Diffusion Plant (GDP) Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Project.

The team brings strong Ohio roots through 70 years of combined project management experience, and 125 years of manufacturing operations both in and outside of the nuclear field.

Combined, our companies have employed thousands of Ohioans across the state and have generated millions of dollars in revenues for Ohio companies and small businesses.