Kathy Hathaway

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Kathy Hathaway
Biography and appearance
RaceHuman
GenderFemale
AffiliationMass Fusion
RoleResearcher, Materials Division
Gameplay
Mentioned inFallout 4
 
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Kathy Hathaway was a researcher for the Materials Division of Mass Fusion.

Background[edit | edit source]

As Oslow worked with Noel Chandrich to create a true fusion reactor, problems with shielding manifested. Kathy Hathaway discovered a breakthrough in June 2077: Graphene could help resolve the shielding issues.[1] Her composite alloy allowed Chandrich to get the agitator online[2] and on July 29, the switch was thrown.[3]

For her contribution, Chandrich recommended Kathy for promotion, much to the chagrin of W. Goldburgh, Product Development Lead.[4]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Kathy Hathaway is mentioned only in Fallout 4.

References

  1. Mass Fusion building terminals: "Research Intramail 06-20-77
    To: K. Hathaway, Materials Division
    From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead
    Kathy, I just wanted to let you know that your work on the Agitator has been invaluable. The shielding has always been a problem, but the use of graphene in the alloy was a stroke of genius. I just wanted to let you know that I'll be recommending you for a promotion this year. Good work."
  2. Mass Fusion building terminals: "Research Intramail 07-22-77
    To: K. Hathaway, Materials Division
    From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead
    Kathy, would it be possible to get a full sheet of your composite alloy within the next week? Karl's pressuring me to get the Beryllium Agitator online by the end of the month or "heads are going to roll." If you run into any problems, let me know."
  3. Mass Fusion building terminals: "Research Intramail 07-29-77
    To: K. Hathaway, Materials Division
    From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead
    You're a miracle worker, Kathy! The graphene composite shielding was the last component holding us back from getting the Agitator online, and you got it done in less than a week. I don't know how I could have done this without you! Another job well done. Keep this up and you'll be a development lead in no time."
  4. Mass Fusion building terminals: "Research Intramail 7-23-77
    To: W. Goldburgh, Product Development Lead
    From: N. Chandrich, Research Lead
    Everything's in place and we're almost ready to get the Beryllium Agitator online. I have Kathy Hathaway working on the graphene shielding and the reactor team is working on the power calculations. That reminds me, Ms. Hathaway's contribution to this project has been absolutely invaluable. I'd like to recommend her for advancement. See that it happens."