SHARE is managed by an administrative Bureau composed of four positions, namely, President, Vice-president, Secretary and Treasurer.

The Bureau coordinates the activities of the Platform and ensures the smooth day to day running of the Platform; timely and efficient financial and administrative coordination; manage application queries; prepare agenda and minutes for meetings; provide decision making to support the Platform and its evolution; facilitate exchange of information between Parties; represent the Platform in relevant forums.

The Bureau was elected at the General Assembly held in Barcelona on 4 and 5 July 2019

Bureau Members

Susan Molyneux-Hodgson


Susan Molyneux-Hodgson is a sociologist of science, working in the field of science and technology studies (STS) at the Department of Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology at the University of Exeter.

Susan teaches “Core research skills modules” to students from multiple degree programmes (sociology, anthropology, criminology, liberal arts and combined honours). She is the Industrial Strategy Champion for the social sciences and works closely with colleagues in Innovation, Impact and Business (IIB) to ensure social sciences play a central role in all the University’s work on industrial strategy.

Tanja Perko


Tanja Perko holds a PhD in Social sciences (Universtiy of Antwerp, Belgium), MSc in political studies and bachelor in journalism, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia).

She works at Belgian Nuclear research centre SCK·CEN as a senior researcher, project leader and lectures at University of Antwerp, Belgium.

Nadja Zeleznik


Nadja Zeleznik holds a Master degree focused in Engineering Physics/Applied Physics from the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics in Ljubljana and a PhD in psychology on cognitive environmental science.

She works as senior researcher at the Milan Vidmar Electric Power Research Institute (EIMV) in Slovenia. She is currently the chair of the Nuclear Transparency Watch.

Meritxell Martell


Meritxell Martell has a PhD in Environmental Sciences from the University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK). She is the founder and director of Merience, a consultancy company focused on communication and stakeholder engagement in complex environmental decision-making processes.

She also lectures at UPC and UPF in environmental communication Master courses.

Yevgeniya Tomkiv


Yevgeniya Tomkiv holds a PhD in Environmental Sciences and MSc in General ecology from Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). She is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at NMBU and Centre for Environmental Radioactivity (CERAD).

She leads CERAD’s research umbrella on societal impacts associated with socioeconomics, risk communication, risk perception and stakeholder dialogue.