Siouxzanna is the CEO of EleosTechnology: a company dedicated to developing molten salt reactors for commercial use and humanitarian aid. She has had work regarding nuclear power and business published in the UN Chronicle, 2 Billion Under 20, Fast Company, Startup Grind, among other publications. She has also given multiple TEDx talks on the uses of molten salt reactors. Additionally, she was a finalist for the 2014 Thiel Fellowship for humanitarian technology development including molten salt reactors and remote landmine detection and detonation hardware.
Siouxzanna studied Nuclear Engineering and Emergency and Disaster Management at Idaho State University.
Molten salt reactors were created and abandoned in the Atomic Era and are now being revived to solve the largest problems facing humanity.