CCHPS Officer Election 2024

Ballots Open: April 15, 2024 at 8:00 am PDT
Ballots Close: May 15, 2024 at 5:00 pm PDT

Voting Instructions


Christopher Royce

Christopher Royce is a health physicist working in the field for over 20 years. He started his career with the US Nuclear Navy and has worked in a broad range of radiation fields including the University of Texas Health Science Center, The EPAs Office of Air and Radiation, Framatome, Hanford’s building 324, Dade Moeller, and now Advetage Solutions. In his off time he spends time with his son, keeps bees, cooks, and hordes motorcycles.


Blake Werner 

Blake Werner is a Radiological Controls Engineer with Central Plateau Cleanup Company (CPCCo) currently assigned to D4 activities associated with the 324 Facility on the Hanford Site. He has 14 years of nuclear experience that starting in the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program. Blake's first career outside of the Nuclear Navy was as a Radiological Controls Technician in the final stages of PFP on the Hanford Site. He then volunteered to move to the 324 Facility where he is now a Radiological Controls Engineer. Blake's hobbies include camping, crabbing, playing xbox, and supporting his family. They currently have a home in Pasco, WA and a small farm in the Philippines and they look to acquiring more in the future. His goals for the future are to pass NRRPT and continue to grow in the radiological field on the Hanford Site.


Michael Josue 

Michael Josue graduated from Columbia Basin College with a degree in Nuclear Technology Program and was a Radiation Protection Technologist at PNNL’s Radiochemical Processing Laboratory for 6 years, then obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Health Physics in 2023 and became a Radiological Engineer with PNNL. Michael is highly capable, intelligent and active. Outside work you can find him running tens of miles at time and refining his culinary skills. He is proclaimed by coworkers as both “devout acolyte of Health Physics” and an “top tier amateur baker” responsible for extra pounds obtained by the same coworkers.

Council Member

Kyle Maloy 

Kyle Maloy graduated with a Master’s degree in Health Physics from Oregon State University and since that time has worked in nuclear power, nuclear fuel manufacturing, environmental remediation at Hanford and elsewhere and most currently with PNNL as a Radiological Engineer and Internal Dosimetrist. Additionally, he served as the CCHPS Treasurer from 2018 to 2020, demonstrating his dedication to the health physics community.