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With the abrupt resignation of Beth Sellers as deputy lab director, the Los Alamos National Laboratory made a move to replace her.
In a memo to employees dated this week, lab director Charlie McMillan said Paul Henry, the Principal Associate Director for Capital Projects, to step into the role of deputy lab director.
“He has agreed to assume the new role while retaining his responsibilities as PADCAP. The transition from Beth to Paul will take place this week. Paul’s acting position is effective close of business Friday,” the memo said.
Sellers resigned effective Friday after an ethics scandal and this week was a transition period from Sellers to Henry.
According to a draft DOE Inspector General report that was obtained by the Los Alamos Monitor, Sellers and her husband William failed to to notify lab officials of a potential conflict of interest. William Sellers was awarded a contract for consulting work and the report said he also billed the lab for work that was never performed.
According to the lab’s website, Henry is the Principal Associate Director for Capital Projects.
Henry was responsible for institutional large-project construction and management and environmental cleanup functions. Henry joined the executive leadership team in 2011.
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