Leadership and Service
As I became increasingly involved with Engineers for a Sustainable World, I strove to get involved from a leadership level, and give back to the club. Throughout my junior and senior years at Buffalo, I held a variety of leadership positions to help the club grow. Now at Purdue, I continue to serve ESW as a Graduate Advisor to ESW-Purdue.
I began my leadership in ESW as a project leader with fellow member and friend, Mike Alcazaren. We led the project through the proposal stage during Spring of 2011.
The University at Buffalo chapter was selected to host the 2011 National Conference. Again working with Mike Alcazaren, we led the planning and organization of the conference.
At the end of my junior year at Buffalo, I was elected to serve ESW-UB as Vice President and Project Coordinator. In this role, I oversaw and managed all of ESW-UB's projects and project leaders, as well as helped to run the day-to-day operations of the club.
Before arriving at Purdue, I reached out to a Purdue student serving on ESW National's committee, Justin Hess. As ESW-Purdue had fallen apart, I have since been working with Justin and the ESW-Purdue president to rebuild ESW-Purdue with my experience from Buffalo.