2023-2024 Officer Board:

The 2023-2024 officer board elections are complete; below is a list of current members along with their contact information and short bios.

If you are interested in being part of the 2024-2025 officer board, get involved as soon as possible. Elections will be held in the latter half of the Spring Semester.

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2023-2024 Officer Board:

President, Clara Bailey (

About: Clara is a 4th-year civil engineer with a minor in Spanish from Orland Park, Illinois. She currently is a geotechnical research assistant working on Root Inspired Ground Anchors (RIGAs) with John Huntoon and Dr. David Frost. This past summer, she studied structural engineering in the UK in Edinburgh and London. She also interned with the Environmental Protection Agency in the National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory. Within ASCE conference events, Clara has participated in concrete canoe and the women’s spirit race, as well as the Geowall and Temporary Traffic Control competitions. She also served as GT’s ASCE Service Chair last year, organizing volunteering and community outreach events. Outside of CEE, Clara works for Tutoring and Academic Support, and is in the GT Jazz Band. In her free time, she loves to play with her dog and/or eat a good snack.


Vice President of Internal Affairs, Arya Desai (

About: Arya is a 3rd-year civil engineering student from Chicago, Illinois. This summer, Arya was a Project Engineer Intern with Balfour Beatty Construction. Arya has participated in many of the successful conference teams since join ASCE in his first year and led the Sustainable Solutions team to nationals this past year. Arya has grown a passion for ASCE, having been a dedicated member for the past 2 years, and is looking forward to leading GT ASCE as Internal VP this year. In his free time, he enjoys cycling, hanging out with friends, traveling to new places, discovering new shows, and playing chess.


Vice President of External Affairs, Jackie Zong (

About: Jackie is a 3rd-year civil engineering student from Narberth, Pennsylvania. Jackie has been heavily involved with ASCE conference competitions, such as Sustainable Solutions, Construction Institute, and Innovation Contest. This summer, Jackie worked with Evergreen Construction as a Project Management Intern on South Cobb High School’s new competition gym. Jackie is also on the advisory board of a local nonprofit, Lifecycle Building Center. In his free time, Jackie enjoys sim racing, hiking, and drinking water.                                                                

Treasurer, Tyler Rhine (

About: Tyler is a 3rd-year civil engineering student from Gwinnett County, Georgia. This summer, Tyler was a project intern with Precision Planning Inc. where he focused in land development for residential and commercial projects in the surrounding area. In ASCE, Tyler participated in the Nationals-winning Sustainable Solutions team where he supported calculations and development. Currently, he is ASCE Treasurer and looks forward with keeping the organization running smoothly and encouraging its teams to go further. In his free time, Tyler is also a part of WREK student radio and enjoys being outside and playing games.

Secretary, Jordan Glass (

About: Jordan is a 3rd-year civil engineering student with a minor in Computing & Intelligence from Acworth, Georgia. This past summer, Jordan was an intern with Michael Baker International on their aviation team in their Jacksonville office. He has been a member of ASCE for two years, and went to conference with the AISC Student Steel Bridge Competition team last year after helping out with design and fabrication throughout the year. Jordan plays the trumpet in the Yellow Jacket Marching Band and is also the secretary for the Steel Bridge team this upcoming year. In his free time, he enjoys running, walking his dog, and traveling.


Conference Chair, Lisa Wu (

About: Lisa is a second-year graduate student studying civil engineering from Duluth, GA. This summer, she worked as a civil engineering intern for Tesla building the first lithium refinery in North America. She became an officer for GT ASCE since 2021 serving as Social & Philanthropy Chair, External VP, and captain for Construction Institute for two consecutive years. Lisa has been involved in other organizations including CEE Ambassador, Chi Epsilon, and ASCE concrete canoe. During her free time, she enjoys cooking, collecting Pokemon cards, and hanging out with friends.

Social Media Chair, Anahi Canales Dominguez (

About: Anahi is a 3rd-year civil engineering major from Lawrenceville, GA. This past summer, she was a traffic/roadway design intern at Parsons Transportation Group. Within ASCE this past year, she participated in the nationals-winning Sustainable Solutions team and Surveying team. In her free time, she loves exploring cultures through their cuisine, hanging out with friends, playing videogames, and trying new hobbies.

Social & Service Chair, Johnathan Rankine (

About: Johnathan Rankine is a 2nd-year civil engineering student from Conyers, GA. This summer, Johnathan is interning with the City of Atlanta Aglanta. Johnathan was heavily involved with ASCE this past school year, particularly with the National Championship-winning Sustainable Solution competition team. This year, Johnathan is excited about planning social and service events that will be cherished by the community. In his free time, Johnathan enjoys cooking, binge-watching shows, listening to music, and hanging out with friends.


Member at Large, Nina Roush (

About: Nina is a 2nd-year civil engineering student from Alpharetta, GA. This summer, Nina worked as a FASET orientation leader, took summer classes on campus, and also worked in her free time to learn Revit. During her first year in ASCE, Nina was a part of the Concrete Canoe team and raced in the women’s slalom at conference. In her free time, Nina enjoys learning Danish, going on long walks, hanging out with friends, and trying new things.

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