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Netiti Moori, MBA



Ms. Moori has been in the field of Medical Health Physics for almost 14 years. Before joining West Physics, Ms. Moori started in the field working as a student intern at Brody Medical Radiation Safety Office in Greenville, NC. After her internship, she was hired as NC Radiation Health Physicist Inspector. There she earned her certificate of training in MQSA and gained experience in x-ray/ mammography compliance, equipment performance testing, and radiological emergency response. Ms. Moori continued to further her career by working for a major broad scope medical/research hospital. Her experiences are in x-ray regulatory compliance, nuclear medicine, and radiation therapy application.

Ms. Moori’s interests include face-to-face training, developing operational programs, and regulatory compliance. She was involved in developing fluoroscopy performance training according to Joint Commission’s standard, served as a liaison with regulatory inspectors, and contributed her expertise in therapeutic nuclear medicine.

Ms. Moori is originally from Eastern North Carolina.


  • Master of Business Administration – Colorado Technical University
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health – East Carolina University

Jordan Pugh, M.S.



Mr. Pugh graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a Master of Science in Health Physics. While in graduate school, he interned with UAB’s Occupational Health and Safety Radiation Department as well as the United States Army Research Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. His graduate internship projects included the determination of the radioactive materials waste management process for UAB’s Support Facility and the examination of alternate decontamination methods of depleted Uranium metals at Aberdeen Proving Ground research laboratory. Mr. Pugh joined West Physics in February 2019 as a Health Physicist.

Mr. Pugh is originally from Montgomery, Alabama.


  • Master of Science in Health Physics – University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology – The University of Alabama


  • Health Physics Society

Amelia Miller, B.S.



Ms. Miller graduated with a B.S. in Health Physics from Idaho State University.Prior to joining West Physics, Ms. Miller worked in the Environmental Monitoring Laboratory at Idaho State University and in retail management. While at Idaho State University, she was active in the Food Emergency Response Network (FERN) under the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and served as president of the ISU chapter of the Health Physics Society. Ms. Miller joined West Physics in June 2018. She is currently working as a Health Physicist.

Ms. Miller is originally from Pocatello, Idaho.


  • Bachelor of Science in Health Physics – Idaho State University


  • Health Physics Society

Johnné Dawson, M.S.



Ms. Dawson attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where she obtained a Master of Science degree in Health Physics with a concentration in Environmental Health Physics. Her thesis project in graduate school focused on determining how to effectively structure a risk-based bioassay program for uranium usage in university laboratories. While pursuing her Master’s, she interned with the radiological health and engineering department at National Security Technologies, LLC located at the Nevada National Security Site and with the radiation protection programs group at Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico.

To supplement her interest in community outreach related to fostering the interest of youth in science related fields, Ms. Dawson actively participated in the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’s student chapter of the American Nuclear Society’s community outreach initiative with the Boy Scouts of America’s Nuclear Merit Badge, the Health Physics Society, and served on the collegiate and regional boards of the National Society of Black Engineers. After graduating, Ms. Dawson joined West Physics in January 2018 where she is currently working as a Health Physicist.

Ms. Dawson is originally from Fort Valley, Georgia.


  • Master of Science in Health Physics – University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Physics – University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology – Fort Valley State University