President: Raunac Khandaker
Raunac is a 3rd year Civil Engineering student. She is from Colorado but now lives in Dacula, GA. She has been involved in ASCE in the past with Steel Bridge and as Secretary for one semester prior to becoming President. As President she hopes to increase membership in the 2014-2015 school year, increase attendance at events, get students more involved in Steel Bridge and Concrete Canoe, and last but certainly not least help Georgia Tech ASCE host a successful and stellar conference this year. She believes that ASCE holds many valuable opportunities for students to grow in their field. In the 2014-2015 year she hopes to obtain an internship. She is involved in other organizations on campus and for fun enjoys going to Georgia Tech events, going to the CRC to work out, and hanging out with friends to unwind.
VP of Meetings: Elizabeth Gwinn
VP of Membership: Molly Shinners
Molly is a graduate student at Georgia Tech’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering studying Structural Engineering, Mechanics and Materials. This is her second year serving as an officer of the Georgia Tech Chapter of ASCE. Outside of ASCE, Molly is a member of Chi Epsilon honor society and the Society of Women Engineers. In her time at Georgia Tech, she has participated in Undergraduate Research in Civil Engineering, the Cooperative Education Program, and Study Abroad.
Treasurer: Cullen Mullinax
Cullen is a 4th year student in Civil Engineering specializing in construction from Ringgold, GA. He is a transfer student from Dalton State College. This year will be his full year at Tech and involved in ASCE. He is the treasurer and plans to effectively manage all of ASCE expenses as well as keep all of ASCE’s financials organized which is especially important with Georgia Tech ASCE hosting conference. In the future he would like to work for a large construction company as a project manager for major projects. Though he loves Georgia Tech, he’s an Auburn fan at heart. He loves going to Auburn Football games and spending time with family and friends.
Secretary: Ryan Evans
Ryan is a 4th year Civil Engineering student with a concentration in construction, from Jacksonville, FL. Ryan is a transfer student from The United States Military Academy, also known as West Point. Although this is Ryan’s first year in ASCE at Georgia Tech, this is Ryan’s fourth year total being a member of this great organization. As Secretary Ryan plans to keep things organized, as well as help membership grow within ASCE. Ryan hopes to exemplify all the great things he has learned and gained while being apart of ASCE, as well as show others what great opportunities it has to offer for them. In Ryan’s free time he enjoys being outside running or playing Frisbee, going to the gym, catching a Jacksonville Jaguars football game on T.V. and hanging out with his family and friends; he also has a life long goal to rebuild the bridge connecting the city of Miami to the Florida Keys.
Conference Chair: Matt Wallace
Social Chair: Kara Evitt
Kara is a fourth year civil engineering student from Chickamauga, Ga. She is specializing in structural engineering and hopes to provide housing and clean water to those in underprivileged situations as her career progresses. She has been involved in ASCE for three years attending meetings, helping on the Concrete Canoe team, and going to conference. This year as social chair, she hopes to plan fun and entertaining events for the ASCE members to build friendships and engage new members. She will also be assisting on the 2014 ASCE Conference planning committee and a member of the Concrete Canoe team once again. She has experience working for both a heavy civil general contractor in Atlanta and a civil engineering design firm in Chattanooga, TN. She is thankful for the hands-on experience she has gained and the connections she has made as a member of ASCE.
Philanthropy Chair: Maya Goldman
Maya is a Civil Engineering undergraduate student in the class of 2017, from Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. In her first year as an ASCE member, she joined the Steel Bridge team, participated in Conference, and ate her fill of pizza at the weekly meetings, as well as helped on the 2014 ASCE Conference planning committee. ASCE has given her a glimpse into the possibilities her future holds as a Civil Engineer. As Philanthropy chair this year she hopes to provide fun and engaging volunteer opportunities to the members of our ASCE chapter so that we can not only get to know each other, but also children in the local school system and employees of sponsoring corporations.
Steel Bridge Captains: Vu Nguyen & Josh Golden
Vu is currently a senior majoring in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Construction Management. He has been a member of ASCE for 3 out of 4 years at Georgia Tech. He has participated in two AISC Steel Bridge Competitions. And is currently Steel Bridge Captain. With his expertise we hope to win first place in the Steel Bridge competition once again. He has completed two semesters of research about thermal effects on concrete and his first job was from Georgia Tech working with limestone concrete.
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Concrete Canoe Captain: Paul Krehbiel
Paul is a Civil Engineering Student from Cincinnati, OH. He wishes to go work in the field of water and waste water treatment and this past semester he did some undergraduate research for Dr. Herman Fritz in tsunami research. He has also been working for the Warren County Ohio Engineer’s office for the past 4 summers. He has been involved with ASCE for the past 3 years primarily in the realm of Concrete Canoe and hope to see it improved even more this year. He has a few ideas for Concrete canoe this year, but is always open to more from others especially those who would love to help out this year. ASCE has been great for learning from other students in in Civil Engineering and it helps build good relationships with other students, especially those that you will have to work with when it comes time for Senior Design. ASCE also made him aware of its’ various institutes like the Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI) and more specifically that they had their world congress in Cincinnati two years ago. He has built connections with many engineers and scientists and even met the President of ASCE.