President, Peter Psatakis  (

About: Peter is a fourth-year civil engineering student from New York. Having been an active member in ASCE throughout his college years thus far, he is excited to help lead with the officer board again this year. This past summer, Peter interned with Michael Baker International in their Aviation department. ASCE and work aside, Peter is an enthusiastic ambassador for Georgia Tech’s CEE Department, and can frequently be found playing soccer and exploring restaurants in Atlanta.


Vice President of Internal Affairs, Erin Robinson (

About Me: Erin is a third year [currently an Environmental Engineer, but probably switching to Civil w/ Environmental concentration ] student from Palm Coast, Florida and this will be her second year in ASCE. Last year, she was an active member attending lunch meetings, tailgates, and company socials and won the “Most Likely to be on a Wheaties Box” award with the ASCE soccer team. Erin also loves to work in the hydraulics lab/machine shop in the CEE Department. In her free time, she enjoys exploring Atlanta, volunteering, and baking bread.


Vice President of External Affairs, Zoe Zheng (

About: Zoe is a third-year civil engineering student from California, with an interest in concentrating in structural engineering. She has been passionate about structures and architecture since high school, and with her architecture minor she hopes to be involved in both fields in the future. This summer, she took classes and worked on an architecture research team that is designing infrastructure using discarded wind turbine blades. Within ASCE, Zoe has been a dedicated member of both the Steel Bridge and Concrete Canoe teams. Along with serving as ASCE’s External VP this year, she will also serve as co-captain of the Steel Bridge team. Other organizations/activities that Zoe is involved in include research, CoE Champions, and CEE Ambassadors. In her free time, Zoe enjoys rock climbing, cooking, and volunteering.

Treasurer, Clara Bouret  (

About: Clara is a third-year civil engineering student with a concentration in construction engineering originally from France. She is minoring in Sustainable Cities and is interested in pursuing a career in sustainable construction. This will be Clara’s second year in ASCE and this past year, she was involved in AISC’s Steel Bridge Team. This summer, she took classes and created a Climate Vulnerability Assessment of Savannah, GA to help the city resolve its issues through sustainable methods. During her free time, Clara enjoys reading, traveling, arts & crafts, and running.


Secretary, Thomas Papageorge (


Thomas  is a second-year civil engineering student from Kennesaw, Georgia, with an interest in building construction and construction engineering. He has been involved with AISC Steel Bridge, and wants to apply his learned knowledge from this organization into a workplace application. He has also worked as a maintenance technician at Six Flags White Water, and plans to apply his experience with aging structures and poor build quality in his future workplaces. Thomas enjoys running, basketball, and building things with his hands.



Social / Philanthropy Chair, Will Reichard (

About: Will is a first-year civil engineering graduate student from New Jersey, with a concentration in transportation engineering. He is passionate about sustainability and infrastructure policy and he hopes to be involved in both fields in the future. He is currently analyzing vehicle emission modeling softwares under Dr. Guensler. As an undergraduate, Will has previously served as president of the Rowan University ASCE student chapter, and founding president of the Rowan University ITE student chapter. Along with serving as ASCE’s social & philanthropy chair in the upcoming year. In his free time, Will enjoys running, traveling, and writing



Conference Chair, Stanley Jones (

About: Stanley is a third-year Civil Engineering student, from Bartow, Florida with an interest in concentrating in transportation engineering. This will be his second year in ASCE. During his first year, he was heavily involved in Concrete canoe. In his first regional conference he competed in this event as well as other minor competitions. During this past summer, Stanley completed an internship with Patel, Greene, & Associates, a transportation consulting firm. Outside of ASCE, Stanley is an army ROTC cadet within the Stinger Battalion. Outside interest include longboarding, running, sports, and going to concerts.

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