James Richard (JR) Majewski was born at Parkview Hospital in Toledo, Ohio on Veterans Day, November 11th, 1979 to high school sweethearts, Randy and Gail Majewski. Randy and Gail raised JR Majewski and his sister Amanda in the “Polish Village”, LaGrange Street area of Toledo where Randy worked in the UAW Union at Toledo Jeep.

Majewski attended Calvin M. Woodward High School, graduating in 1998. He then served honorably in the United States Air Force (USAF) from 1999-2003. During his tenure in the Air Force, Majewski served overseas and was deployed to the Middle East in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Majewski has also earned his Bachelor of Science in Business (Summa Cum Laude) and Master of Science in Management (Magna Cum Laude). Majewski also holds the designation of Project Management Professional Certification.

In 2003, Majewski began his career in Nuclear Security at FirstEnergy’s (FE) Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station located in Oak Harbor, Ohio. FirstEnergy’s Leadership Team quickly recognized Majewski’s intellect and leadership capabilities while he served as the Assistant Project Manager during their reactor vessel head replacement. After his proven success, Majewski was rapidly promoted, becoming the youngest Project Manager in the company’s history.

Majewski went on to manage multiple multi-million-dollar projects within the nuclear industry and earned a reputation for his leadership style and ability to transform struggling projects, programs, and portfolios into high performers.

Majewski has also applied his leadership skills and abilities across other industries: serving as the Project Director during the construction of General Motors’ (GM) new production facility and product line replacement at GM’s Powertrain Plant in Toledo, Ohio. Majewski now serves as an Executive in the nuclear industry, specializing in the safe storage of spent nuclear fuel and working with some of the world’s largest nuclear utilities. Majewski and his wife Nichole have been married since 2003. They currently reside in the Walleye Capital of the World, Port Clinton, Ohio.