Officers

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Tyler Bishop, President

Andrew is a fifth year Civil Engineering student from Alpharetta, Georgia. As VP of meetings, he is looking forward to ensuring ASCE members can network with companies and bond with other civil engineering students. email: tylerbishop@gatech.edu

Andrew is a fifth year Civil Engineering student from Alpharetta, Georgia. As VP of meetings, he is looking forward to ensuring ASCE members can network with companies and bond with other civil engi

neering students. 

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Andrew Davis, Vice President of Meetings

Andrew is a fifth year Civil Engineering student from Alpharetta, Georgia. As VP of meetings, he is looking forward to ensuring ASCE members can network with companies and bond with other civil engineering students. Andrew’s other extracurriculars include being an exec board member of oSTEM and a mentor for the Transfer Student Association. During his summers, he enjoyed working as an intern with 3 companies. One summer with a general contractor specializing in education, another with a nuclear consulting engineering firm, and this past summer with a civil scope contractor. After graduating in Spring 2017, Andrew is looking forward on working in construction engineering on projects that focus on sustainability and urban design.

email: andrewdavis@gatech.edu

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Matthew Wallace, Vice President of Membership

Alpharetta, Georgia. As VP of meetings, he is looking forward to ensuring ASCE members can network with companies and bond with other civil engineering students. 

email: matthew.wallace@gatech.edu

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Caroline Stanton, Secretary

Caroline is a third year Civil Engineering student from McKinney, Texas. This year will be her first year as an officer and third year as an ASCE member. As secretary she hopes to help improve organization, communication, and participation within ASCE. Personally, she also hopes to contribute to both the Steel Bridge and Concrete Canoe teams this year. Caroline is extremely excited to be taking on a larger role as she thinks ASCE is a fantastic organization that really helps students network with companies and create meaningful connections with fellow CEE students. During this past summer Caroline worked at Britt, Peters, & Associates as a structural intern. Her other extracurricular activities include playing for the Georgia Tech Women’s Club Soccer team and participating in intramural sports. She is looking forward to a great year with ASCE!    

email: cstanton7@gatech.edu

 

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Brian Stanfield, Treasurer

Brian is a senior Civil Engineering student who transferred from University of North Georgia. A fellow of avid and often enduring fixations, he delved into art and politics, presiding over the Film Club as Vice President and College Republicans Club as President, where he organized meetings and events, and invited various prominent politicians, from the mayor of Athens Nancy Denson to the former Georgia Congressman Paul Broun.  He later discovered that his true passion lies in Civil Engineering – the field of study he pursued ever since. After transferring to Georgia Institute of Technology, he joined ASCE, SAA, and Chi Epsilon Honor Society, actively participating in various events and activities. He spent most of the last year working as a co-op in Suez Water | Advanced Solutions (former Utility Service Company, now subsidiary of Suez North America), where he bid and estimated various projects. While living on campus during Summer semester, he served in a hall council as Treasurer, managing budget money for the residence hall with utmost diligence and care.

Inspired by outstanding service and leadership of the previous ASCE officers, he wished to participate in managing the chapter. He signed up and got elected to be the treasurer last Spring. Synthesizing his analytical force developed from his previous experiences, and resurfacing a number of highbrow ideas of his predecessor, he intends to streamline the process of financial management, making it as efficient and flexible as possible. Brian hopes to ignite a desire in ASCE members to participate in many great events this year.

email: bstanfield@gatech.edu

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Jasmine Denizard, Social Chair

Jasmine is a fourth year Civil Engineering student from Chantilly, Virginia. This is her second year as an executive officer and her third year as a full-time member.  As social chair, Jasmine plans to organize and execute several informal events for all ASCE members to enjoy.  She believes that though ASCE is great for building your professional skills and network, there is room for fun to be had, as well. Jasmine attributes  not only her current and developing professional skills to ASCE, but also her knowledge of research opportunities in Georgia Tech’s CEE department. This semester, she will continue working her part-time internship at Uzun+Case while taking classes full-time. Jasmine also works as a peer leader and a fitness attendant at the Campus Recreation Center.

email: jtdenizard@gatech.edu

 

Robert Wilson, Philanthropy Chair

Rob is a fifth year Civil Engineering student with a focus on structural engineering from New Jersey. He has been an active member of ASCE since his freshman year and held positions as the Social Chair and Steel Bridge Captain in the past. ASCE has been instrumental in deepening his interest in civil engineering. Robert has had the privilege of co-oping with Winter Construction from 2014-2015 where he help facilitate the construction of the Zoo Atlanta Reptile and Amphibian Complex and Yoo on the Park, a mixed-use apartment complex near piedmont park. This past summer he interned with HNTB in their structural bridge design group in New York City where he worked on performing load ratings on aging bridges. Robert plans to graduate in the spring of 2017, and hopes to use his final year at Tech getting ASCE involved in different philanthropic events around Atlanta.

email: rwilson141@gatech.edu

 

Aubrey Awe, Conference Chair

Aubrey is a second year Civil Engineering student from Kansas City, Missouri. She began her involvement with ASCE her Freshman year, helping with Steel Bridge and participating in conference. She’s extremely excited to be serving ASCE this year as Conference Chair and looks forward to another great year of getting to know its members. Aubrey is also on the TEAM BUZZ Executive Board, Engineers Without Borders: Uganda Team, Mental Health Student Coalition Executive Board, in a co-ed fraternity, and is interning at Southeastern Engineering Incorporated this summer. She loves just having fun and knows conference is going to be spectacular this year!  

email: aawe6@gatech.edu

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