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Meet the new ASCE Officers(2017)


Sean Howard
President

 


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Hannah Nicholas
VP of Fundraising

Hannah Nicholas, a Civil Engineering major and Math minor, is the Vice President of Fundraising for ASCE. In her time with ASCE, she has attended the Workshop for Student Chapter Leaders in January 2017 and competed with the environmental team at the most recent Pacific Southwest Conference. Hannah is also involved with community service on campus and in the community; she has consistently served as a site leader with UNLV’s Service Day and with the Alternative Break program. As a past President and current member of UNLVolunteers, she earned the Student Engagement & Diversity Service Award in 2016. Hannah is originally from Washington (state) and has lived in Las Vegas for four years. She has been involved with ASCE for about a year, and is excited to work with everyone on fundraising this year!

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Anthony Tully
VP of Events

Anthony “AJ” Tully is a junior level mechanical engineering student at UNLV, and a 2013 graduate of Northwest Career and Technical Academy (NWCTA), a Las Vegas high school. At NWCTA, AJ majored in Construction Management. AJ joined ASCE earlier this year, and has since worked on fundraising efforts like NASCAR, technical projects like the 2017 steel bridge for PSWC, and recreational activities like BBQs and volleyball. Currently, AJ is also working on the UNLV’s 2017 Solar Decathlon project, and is considered an active student member of both UNLV SWE chapter, and the SNICC. AJ believes that in order to be the best engineer you can be, you must first give back to the community you serve, and provide support to the upcoming engineers of the future. As the newly elected VP of Events, AJ’s main goal is to grow the chapter both in size and in expertise, and will do so by providing fun and interactive experiences that student members will want to participate in. AJ’s secondary goal for this year is simply to help each and every member in any way he can as they work to achieve their goal in the engineering world.

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Morgan Meyer
Treasurer

Morgan Meyer is a Junior in the Civil Engineering program at UNLV. She has been a member of ASCE since the beginning of her sophomore year. During this time she has been a part of the Steel Bridge Team and participated in the 2017 Pacific Southwest Conference, while also taking part in other ASCE events. Aside from ASCE she is also an active member of the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Student Chapter at UNLV and the Southern Nevada International Code Council (SNICC). Morgan is excited to serve as this year’s ASCE treasurer and is excited to see everything that ASCE can accomplish this year!

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Marco Gonzalez
VP of Conference

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Courtney Wyatt
Recording Secretary

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Bernie Espinoza

Historian

Bernie Espinoza is a college student who is working towards becoming a Civil Engineer and who will be graduating from The University Of Nevada Las Vegas (UVLV). He has spent many hours in projects of the ASCE(American Society Of Civil Engineers) at UNLV. In 2017 he was part of the Steel Bridge team and the the Surveying team for the Pacific South West Conference(PSWC). PSWC is ASCE’s annual student chapter competition that puts civil engineering to the test. Over 1200 Civil & Environmental Engineering students compete each year, representing 18 universities in California, Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii. He is a transfer student from the University of California at Davis and he is a member of ASCE and Engineers Without Borders(EWB) at UNLV. He plans to be involved in research projects and really loves being part of ASCE. Bernie’s motivation is his family and he likes to make a difference in his community when he is not at school. Bernie knows that

“IF YOU CAN DREAM IT YOU CAN ENGINEER IT”.

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Veronica Soberano
Representative

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Maral Khorrami
Representative

Hi 👋🏼 my name is Maral, and I’m a civil engineering undergraduate student. I go hiking and swimming in my spare time, and I like to travel during school breaks.  The main reason I decided to become an engineer is because I like to solve problems and make things happen. Besides, you can help people in so many different ways with engineering knowledge.  I became a member of ASCE a couple of months ago, and I’m proud to be one of this year’s UNLV ASCE representatives. I had my doubts about my abilities and skills to be able to fill this position, but I have to say that I’m thankful for the ASCE officers who encouraged and motivated me into this position. Being a part of ASCE feels like being part of a big family. I’m looking forward to helping ASCE grow and meet its goal.

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Gabby Squillante
Representative

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Jaewoo Lee
Steel Bridge Captain

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Karwah Lee
Concrete Canoe Captain

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