President, Zoe Zhang  (

About: Zoe is a fourth-year civil engineering student from San Ramon, California. She is concentrating in structural engineering with a minor in architecture, and hopes to be involved in both fields in the future. This summer, she was a bridge design intern at Parsons Corporation, as well as a research assistant on an architecture research team designing infrastructure using discarded wind turbine blades. Within ASCE, Zoe has served over the past few years as the Social & Philanthropy Chair, External VP, Steel Bridge Co-captain, and National Student Ambassador. Other organizations/activities that Zoe is involved in include undergraduate research, CoE Undergraduate Advisory Council, and CEE Ambassadors. In her free time, Zoe enjoys rock climbing, cooking, and volunteering.


Vice President of Internal Affairs, Thomas Papageorge (

About: Thomas is a third-year civil engineering student from Kennesaw, Georgia, with an interest in building construction and construction engineering. Last year Thomas served as the chapter Secretary for GT ASCE, and he is the current President and Lead Fabricator for the GT AISC Steel Bridge. This summer Thomas worked as a Project Management Intern at ARCO Design/Build, and plans to apply his experience with client-oriented project delivery to a future career path. Thomas is also entering his second year working as an RA for the GT Housing Department. He enjoys cycling, basketball, soccer, and building things with his hands.

Vice President of External Affairs, Erin Robinson (

About: Erin is a fourth-year civil engineering student with a concentration in water and environmental systems from Palm Coast, Florida. Last year, she served as the Internal Vice President for GT ASCE- leading the virtual general meeting and hosting weekly engineering challenges. Over the summer, Erin worked for Arcadis as a water engineering intern where she learned how to write stormwater pollution plans and collaborate with international offices on sustainability initiatives. Her involvements outside of ASCE include the GT Honors Program, TEAM Buzz, CEE Undergraduate Advisory Council, and CEE Ambassador. She also enjoys anything outdoors, volunteering, tea, and soccer.

Treasurer, Matthew Liu  (

About:  Matthew is a third-year civil engineering student hailing from Edison, New Jersey. He is currently interested in transportation and is also pursuing a minor in data analysis. This summer, Matthew worked as a roadway design intern at Moffatt & Nichol. Besides his role in ASCE as the treasurer, Matthew is also active on the GT club volleyball team and works on campus as a Wreck Tech. In his free time, he also likes to make origami and to play video games with friends.

Secretary, David Alzate (

About: David is a third-year civil engineering student originally from Manizales, Colombia but living in Buford, GA. He is concentrating on either structural engineering or construction engineering. Over the summer, he interned for FTI Consulting’s Construction Solutions practice in Atlanta where he gained valuable experience on construction scheduling and cost analysis, which he plans to use going forward with his career. Within ASCE, he was previously involved with the steel bridge fabrication team along with the ASCE intramural soccer team. In his free time, David enjoys watching and playing soccer/basketball, listening to music, and playing the guitar.


Social / Philanthropy Chair, Lisa Wu (

About: Lisa is a fourth-year civil engineering student from Duluth, GA with an interest in construction engineering. This will be her second year in ASCE and has been involved with AISC Steel Bridge. This summer, she worked as a transportation intern doing rails near Statesboro, GA, and this Fall, she is interning for Long Engineering. She plans on getting a Master’s in Civil Engineering through the BS/MS program. Along with serving as ASCE’s social & philanthropy chair in the upcoming year, she is also in a sorority and works for the Dean of Students. In her free time, Lisa enjoys making modular origami and making food. 


Conference Chair, Will Reichard (

About: Will is a second-year civil engineering and city planning graduate student from Vineland, New Jersey. He is concentrating in transportation engineering, and hopes to be a professor in the future. This summer, Will has researched air quality modeling methods, as well as transportation cost estimation methods. Will has previously served as the president of the Rowan University ASCE student chapter, founding president of the Rowan University ITE student chapter, and co-chair of the 2020 ASCE Metropolitan Student Conference Planning Committee. At Georgia Tech, Will has served as the Social & Philanthropy Chair and is the chair of the ASCE Peer Mentoring Program. Will has also served as an ASCE National Student Ambassador, and is currently serving as a member of the ASCE Student Presidential Group. In his free time, Will enjoys watching football (go Bills), sim racing, and spending time with friends.

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