Amelia is a fourth year Civil Engineering student from Alpharetta, Georgia. She is excited to be serving Georgia Tech’s student chapter of ASCE this year as president. As president, she is looking forward to helping ASCE members network with companies and kick off their career in civil engineering with an internship or co-op that they love. ASCE has been fundamental to Amelia’s education in civil engineering whether networking with companies, socializing with other CEE students, or learning about design processes through the Steel Bridge team. Amelia has also been involved with the Grand Challenges program, Women in Engineering, and Residence Hall Association on campus. This past summer, she enjoyed working at CH2M as a structural intern. She hopes that members love ASCE as much as she does!
Tyler is a third year Civil Engineering major with a Structural Track from Evanston, Illinois. He has been a member of ASCE since his freshman year and is excited about helping connect members with their dream companies from all across the country. Tyler also wants to bring ASCE members together beyond the formal meeting space through scheduled events such as Conference in April and the many tailgates throughout the fall.
Maya is a third year from Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Since her freshman year she has been a member of ASCE and has served as Philanthropy Chair and Conference Technical Events Chair. During her time with ASCE she has helped with the Steel Bridge and Concrete Canoe competitions, lead service projects for Tech Beautification Day and TeamBUZZ, planned the Freshmore Challenge for the 2015 Carolina’s Conference, and created activities for STEM outreach. Outside of ASCE, Maya is an active member of the Society of Women Engineers, a TA for the President’s Scholarship Program freshman seminar class GT1000, and does undergraduate research on mass concrete cooling methods. Maya has had the privilege of interning for CDM Smith, where she conducted stormwater pollution prevention plan inspections and sent recommendation packages to the client, and Skanska USA Civil Southeast, where she made forecasts and completed quantity take-offs and crane location plans as a field engineer intern for the I-4 Ultimate Project. She loves meeting new people and talking about ASCE and anything related to civil engineering!
Tu is a second year Civil Engineering student from Johns Creek, Georgia. As secretary Tu envisions to bring about more opportunities for its members through frequent updates and effective communication. This is her first year as an officer, and she highly recommends members to get involved through by participating in conference, Steel Bridge or Concrete Canoe, and social and volunteering events . ASCE as proven helpful to her in terms of professionalism, information, and resources. This past summer, Tu has interned with McGee Partners, Inc. and assisted in the design of fundamental transportation features and plan production. Additionally, she is a CEE Student Ambassador and works as a Student Assistant for the Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement.
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Elizabeth is a fourth year Environmental Engineering student from Raleigh, NC. This is her second year on the executive board, and last year she was VP of Meetings. She has been a member of ASCE for three years. As Philanthropy Chair, Elizabeth plans on coordinating several events throughout the year that both help the community and the environment. She has enjoyed her time in ASCE, and believes it has been a valuable opportunity to learn about leadership, industry, and teamwork. She is looking forward to the 2015-16 year!
Jasmine is a third year Civil Engineering student from Chantilly, Virginia. This is her first year as an executive officer and her second 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 began doing undergraduate research involving blast engineering and is working out in the Structural Engineering and Materials Laboratory. Jasmine also works as a peer leader and a fitness attendant at the Campus Recreation Center.
Sarah is a fifth year Civil Engineering student from Wayzata, Minnesota. Additionally, she has earned a Spanish minor through study abroad in Peru and Spain. Although this is her first year on executive board, she is excited to contribute to Georgia Tech’s ASCE Chapter. Sarah has recently completed her co-op with HNTB Corporation where she mostly worked in Microstation on plans for the roadway division. She is excited to assist with the 2016 ASCE Conference and meet the new members.