Meet Our Team

EXECUTIVE BOARD

PRESIDENT

Megan Proper (mlpwxt@mst.edu)

The President administers all business concerning the organization, acts as a liaison between our chapter and external organizations, and leads our general meetings.

VICE PRESIDENT

Natalie Wohlgemuth (nawcpr@mst.edu)

The Vice President has previously served as a program lead. They are the liaison between program leads and the executive board. They also assist the President with his/her duties and acts on behalf of the President in his/her absence.

SECRETARY

Michelle Griffin(mrg2px@mst.edu)

The secretary is in charge of all of our listservs. They are responsible for keeping all documents organized and keep track of member participation.

TREASURER

Jack Koller (jpkkbf@mst.edu)

The treasurer manages all money received or disbursed. They are responsible for documenting all income and expenditures in partnership with SDELC administration. They construct the budget for the organization.

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Duncan Alcorn (drafc7@mst.edu)

The Public Relations Officer creates publicity for the chapter by informing Missouri S&T and the community of all upcoming events. They create the newsletters, fliers, posters, and videos for the chapter. They also maintain and update the EWB-S&T website and social media accounts.

FUNDRAISING CHAIR

Jennifer Collens (jcqnk@mst.edu)

The Fundraising Chair is responsible for finding funding for our chapter. A significant amount of our funding comes from grants and large donations. We also host fundraising events, including the Rolla Showcase, and golf tournament.

HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICER (HSO)

Cruz Becerra (cabbrd@mst.edu)

The Health and Safety Officer works with International Affairs and upholds EWB-USA policies in regards to health and safety requirements for the teams. They also plan First Aid, CPR, and Wilderness First Aid training.

TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT MANAGER (T&E)

Jacob Taylor (jrt668@umsystem.edu)

The Training and Equipment Manager coordinates training (construction, software, etc.) for EWB-S&T members and manages all equipment of EWB-S&T members and manages all equipment borrowed for EWB-S&T purposes.

EWB LIAISON

Gabe Alden (gaacr9@mst.edu)

The EWB Liaison interacts with Professional EWB chapters by providing updates on EWB-S&T projects. They also help procure professional mentors for the EWB-S&T chapter.

PROGRAMMING CHAIR

Raylynn Nicholson (rlnk9z@mst.edu)

The Programming Chair is responsible for organizing programs. This includes finding general meeting speakers, running BBQ fundraisers on campus, and planing our participation in Truck or Treat.


PROGRAM LEADS

AGUA FRIA, ECUADOR

Sophia Brouwer (sfbkcf@mst.edu)

Hannah Keely (hnkfgn@mst.edu)

“NEW QUOTATION”

PARAJE XECAXJOJ, GUATEMALA

Madi Wieberg (mlwfkg@mst.edu)

Katie Wise (kvwmk9@umsystem.edu)

“NEW QUOTATION.”

ATAHULLANI, BOLIVIA

Cameron Fox (cfvdk@mst.edu)

Anna Stephenson (amsny9@mst.edu)

“NEW QUOTATION”

DIEZ DE ABRIL, BOLIVIA

Nathan Erickson (nae79m@mst.edu)

“From daily interactions with my team to unforgettable travel experiences, Engineers Without Borders has truly shaped my view on the world. Once you begin a project and connect with the people you are helping, you feel an insatiable desire to change lives for the better.”


MENTORS

  • Dr. William Gillis (wgillis@mst.edu)
  • Dr. Christi Luks (luksc@mst.edu)
  • Dave Hoffman (dhoffman@mst.edu)
  • Dr. Showalter (wes@mst.edu)
  • Dr. Nathan Leigh (leighn@mst.edu)

Choose Design Team
  • Student Design Teams
  • Missouri S&T Racing
  • Miner Aviation
  • Baja SAE
  • Missouri S&T Concrete Canoe
  • Engineers Without Borders
  • Formula SAE Electric
  • Human Powered Vehicle Team
  • Missouri S&T iGEM
  • Missouri S&T Underwater Robotics
  • Missouri S&T Solar Car Team
  • Missouri S&T Solar House Design Team
  • Steel Bridge Design Team
  • Mars Rover Design Team
  • Multirotor Robot Design Team
  • Missouri S&T Chem E Car
  • Missouri S&T Rocket Design Team
  • Miner Motorcycle Design Team
  • Combat Robotics
  • Nuclear Science Design Team
  • Space Week
  • Solar House Dev