2016-17 Princeton ASCE Executive Board

Officers are elected at the beginning of the spring semester of each academic year.

Hope Lorah '16 - Co-president

Hope is a senior from Harrisburg, PA, and she is interested in the relationship between structures and sustainability.  Outside of CEE, Hope enjoys being a member of Princeton's Ultimate Frisbee team, a learning consultant for the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, and a member of Tower Club.  She enjoys exploring close-up the structures on Princeton's campus, including the Andlinger Center and the Icahn building.

Danielle Sawtelle '17 - Co-president

Danielle is a senior on the structural engineering track.  She has always loved construction and the way structures come out of nothing but a plan and an idea.  From the first time she picked up a blueprint and a power saw, Danielle knew this is what she wanted to do.  While not engineering, Danielle can be found fighting fires, running, or tapping.  Her favorite thing is traveling the world and seeing all the different architecture.  Her favorite cities are Cairo and Vietnam.  And her favorite structural engineer is Christian Menn.

Lindsey Conlan '18 - Treasurer

Lindsey is a junior in the Architecture and Engineering- Structures Focus track of CEE. She grew up in Holmdel, NJ just an hour away from Princeton. Her main interests in CEE lie in the design of high performance buildings that can be made to have a minimal environmental impact. She often ogles over LEED buildings and passive house designs and hopes to someday specialize in sustainable building design. In line with her environmental interests, she is a co-president of Green Princeton, a student run organization to raise awareness and action about sustainability on campus and in the global community. When not studying, she enjoys playing on Princeton's Women's Ultimate Frisbee Team and coaching Unified Sports with Special Olympics. 

Felicia Jiang '18 - Events Chair

Felicia is an architecture and engineering junior from Blacksburg, VA.  She has always wanted to work with both civil engineering and architecture, from admiring architecture as a child to attending the many engineering summer camps her parents sent her to.  She especially loves cities, and is pursuing the urban studies certificate with the goal of integrating building design and urban planning in the future. Her favorite city ever is New York City, where she hopes to reside one day!  Additional interests include singing, gymnastics, and service, as she is on the Engineers Without Borders Kenya Team and also volunteers at a daycare outside Princeton.

Katie Kennedy '18 - Communications Chair

Katie is a junior on the Architecture and Engineering track. She has lived in London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Boston. Hence, she loves cities and is interested in the relationships between the built environment and social, economic, environmental, and cultural geographies. She sees engineering as key to innovation and solving global issues dealing with inequality. Embracing her international background, Katie loves traveling and trying (not too spicy) food around the world.

Corrie Kavanaugh '17 - Secretary

Corrie is a senior in the Structural Engineering Track, and is from Northport, New York. She is proud to be a member of the CEE Department, and is passionate about the intersection of Civil Engineering and sustainable development. She is currently a Project Manager for the Peru Team of Engineers Without Borders – Princeton University, and spent last summer completing a water pipeline project in Peru. When not working on engineering-related activities, Corrie can be found chilling in Tower, at Tapcats Rehearsal with Michael and Danielle, or out on a run around campus.


Vinny Amaral '17 - Social Chair

Vinny is a senior from San Diego, CA. He is in the Geological Engineering track. His favorite structure is Euterpe precatoria (aka the açai tree).

Vinny Amaral

Michael Cox '17 - Social Chair

Michael is a senior on the Structural Engineering track. He is from Long Island, NY. His biggest dream as a child was to build a bridge with an amusement park on it - that dream has not yet been given up. When he's not in class, Michael can usually be found sleeping in a hammock around campus. His favorite structure is the Brooklyn Bridge.

Michael Cox

Professor Maria Garlock - Faculty Adviser

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Page last updated: October 2019