RWM Appoints Transformation Director

i May 5th 1 Comment by

As another signal of its intent to continue evolving, RWM has appointed Andy Wong to the newly-created position of Director of Transformation.

Andy Wong has significant experience leading organisational and cultural change programmes, having worked at the Olympic Delivery Authority, across the rail sector, and in other leading public bodies. He has been appointed to provide “leadership and vision for the RWM Transformation Programme to ensure transformation and organisational development objectives are met, to deliver demonstrable change and positive organisational culture.”

With Ann McCall (RWM Siting Director) having left the organisation at Christmas, and current Managing Director Bruce McKirdy retiring at the end of March, Andy Wong will be supporting RWM’s new leadership to continue remodelling the organisation in preparation for inevitably-contentious waters, as the organisation enters into engagement with communities, anticipated during 2020.


  1. Katy Attwater
    14th January 2020 at 7:13 am

    Sounds like the project is untenable if good people like Ann McCall and Bruce McKirdy are leaving. Is no one allowed to say the Emperor has no clothes. It will never happen. We must stop producing new nuclear waste when we haven’t got a clue what to do with what we have already created. I know Ann agreed with this but did anyone listen.


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