© EWB-OSU Founded in 2005

President: Noah Serdar

president@ewb-osu.org

Vice President: Katie Trese

vp@ewb-osu.org

IT Coordinator/Site Problems: Jessa Sequeira

it@ewb-osu.org

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Board Members

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Junior in Mechanical Engineering. What brought me to the club was a way to apply what I have been learning in a meaningful way, as well as being able to do that in a welcoming environment.

Fun Fact: I have been to 23 countries

President

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Junior in Chemical Engineering. I wanted to get involved in something that's hands-on and I was drawn to the international aspect of the club. 

Fun Fact: I studied abroad in Sevilla Spain!

Vice President

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Senior with a Double Major in Bioengineering/Microbiology.

What brought me to the club was the ability to apply technical engineering skills learned within the classroom to humanitarian engineering projects.

Fun Fact: I am an avid boulderer and sport climber, and love the process of training for outdoor projects. 

Executive

Noah Serdar

Katie Trese

Bhargavi Korlipara

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4th year in Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering.

I was drawn to this club because I enjoy the hands -on and humanitarian aspect of the projects.

Fun Fact: I like Doritos and cream cheese for breakfast

Secretary

Annie Thomas

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Sophomore Majoring in Civil Engineering.

My cousin was involved with EWB down at UC-Berkeley and he told me about the work they did and what a great time he had at the club, so I decided to ty it out. 

Fun Fact: I love coffee and have been to 3 different coffee farms in Antioquia, Colombia.

Treasurer

Teppei Morris-Gilles

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4th year in Mechanical Engineering. 

What brought me to the club was a way for me to use my Spanish skills to help on real engineering projects.

Fun Fact: I also speak Brazilian Portuguese!

Nicaragua Coordinator

Gabriel Kemling

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Junior in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

I joined EWB for the opportunity to use engineering to make a difference and to meet new people.

Fun Fact: I play trombone in the marching band.

Cambodia Coordinator

Calder Wilson

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4th year in Civil Engineering. What brought me to EWB was the environment of the club + the work that EWB does. I liked the humanitarian aspect because that's what  find is important to engineering in general. 

Fun Fact: I biked over all the bridges in the downtown Portland area in one day.

Workshops

Kayla Archer

 

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Junior Majoring in Chemistry-Material Science with a  Minor in Physics.

I joined EWB because I wanted to get involved in a club and meet others in Engineering and was drawn to EWB because of its project oriented nature.

Fun Fact: I used to be a ballet dancer.

Banquet Coordinator

Sophia Jones

 

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Junior majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Aerospace Engineering and Business+ Entrepreneurship.

I came to the club because it seemed like a great way to make a positive impact with the engineering skills I am learning in my classes, along with the welcoming and kind people.

Fun Fact: I have been skiing, backpacking and mountain biking since I can remember.

Workshops

Jacob Edgerton

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2nd year Mechanical Engineering and Material Science.

I was excited to join a club which makes a meaningful impact on other peoples lives. I was especially interested that the projects are surrounding distribution of clean water, which is the most important aspect of improving quality of life.

Fun Fact: I am a glass artist.

Outreach

Taylor Williams

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3rd year majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

What brought me to the club was wanting to get involved and learn engineering skills.

Fun Fact: I have 3 middle names.

Outreach

Pico Sankari

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3rd year Majoring in Chemical Engineering with a Minor in Humanitarian Engineering.

I joined EWB because I wanted to apply what I learned in school in a purposeful way.

Fun Fact: I went on a research trip to Guatemala with OSU's Humanitarian Engineering Department.

Fundraising

Hunter Lohrenz

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Junior Majoring in Mechanical Engineering and double minoring in Spanish and Humanitarian Engineering.

I first heard about EWB-USA during high school and it was part of the reason I wanted to study engineering. As soon as I heard about the club at OSU I knew I had to join.

Fun Fact: I'm in Divine, an all female a Capella group on campus.

Donor Outreach

Alina Stratton

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4th year Majoring in Energy Systems Engineering with a Minor in Humanitarian Engineering 

My family is from Nicaragua so when I heard that EWB had a project located there I knew I had to be a part of it.

Fun Fact: I make pottery on a throwing wheel.

IT Coordinator

Jessa Sequeira

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Junior Majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a triple Minor in Humanitarian Engineering, Math, and Computer Science. 

I joined EWB because I loved the idea of combining engineering work with helping people. 

Fun Fact: I am OBSESSED with my yellow kitchen aid stand mixer.

Banquet Coordinator

Marley Bennett

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3rd year Majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

I was looking at clubs to get involved with and it sounded interesting so I decided to go to a meeting. the real event that got me to stay was The Annual Banquet.

Fun Fact: I do photography on the side and plan on pursing a minor in photography at OSU.

Historian

Andrew Browne