Engineers Without Borders

Meet the Officers

President - TIERNEY JOHNSON

I am a junior studying Chemical and Biological Engineering. EWB has been the best part of my college career and I am so excited to serve this wonderful organization. My favourite things to do outside of EWB are hiking, reading and of course eating.

VP - Trinity Peters

Hello all! My name is Trinity Peters, and I am a second year student studying Environmental Engineering, serving as the Vice President and Tech Chair for CSU EWB! I am a HUGE nerd at heart with a passion for math, science, video games, board/card games, reading, puzzles and more, but I also enjoy playing soccer/flag football, hiking, running, photography, traveling, and surrounding myself with plants and animals! New adventures? Count me in! 

Treasurer - Blake Billera

Biography to come!

Secretary - Amanda Schmidt

Hey everyone! My name is Amanda and I am a first year studying Chemical and Biological Engineering. I have been involved with RWB since I came to CSU and I am so excited to be continue working with this amazing club and community! During my free time I love to go on adventures, explore Fort Collins with my friends, bake, and stay active! 

ECC Rep - Zeus Alcon

Hello, my name is Zeus Alcon. I am a major in Chemical and Biological Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. I love EWB because this organization helps the community using what we learned in Engineering. I love playing chess and I love learning languages but Engineering is my top priority!

Chairs

Fundraising - Kira CunNiff

Hello! My name is Kira Cunniff and I’m in my second year studying environmental engineering. I’ve been involved with RWB since just after I came to CSU and I’m thrilled to be serving as Fundraising Committee Chair this year! Rams Without Borders is my favorite CSU club because it puts service at the forefront of everything it does and helps students to learn about aspects of engineering that they may not find in the classroom. When I’m not doing engineering, I love playing oboe in CSU’s music ensembles, dabbling in the circus arts, and making delicious food with my friends.

Public Outreach and Education -Katlyn Murphy

Biography to come!

Technology Chair - Trinity Peters

Hello all! My name is Trinity Peters, and I am a second year student studying Environmental Engineering, serving as Tech Chair for CSU EWB! I am a HUGE nerd at heart with a passion for math, science, video games, board/card games, reading, puzzles and more, but I also enjoy playing soccer/flag football, hiking, running, photography, traveling, and surrounding myself with plants and animals! Also, make sure to follow us on instagram, twitter, and facebook as I will be constantly updating each with upcoming information for our meetings and fun events!

Director of Fun - Mayca Saavedra

Biography to come!

PMEL Lead- Becca Schaldach

Hi! My name is Becca Schaldach and I am a fourth year in Mechanical Engineering. I am so thankful to be part of EWB. My experiences in EWB have greatly contributed to my success and happiness at CSU. As the PMEL lead, I am excited to focus on the sustainability of the projects and continue positive relations with the communities we work with. 

Gala Chair - Erica Miller

My name is Erica Miller and I’m a freshman studying mechanical engineering! I’m from Birmingham, Alabama. I am Gala Chair! I love dogs, hiking, and chocolate!! 

Project Leads

La Criba - Zakri Siegel

My name is Zakri Siegel, and I am an Environmental Engineering major here at CSU. I love skiing, traveling, exercising, and watching movies. I am currently the project lead for the La Criba Project in El Salvador here at Engineers Without Borders. I love EWB because it provides a way to utilize my skill set to assist others who may otherwise not have the help. I hope to learn and help as much as I can, while helping others do so as well here at CSU.

PINE RIDGE - ISAIAH CHAVEZ

Hey! I’m Isaiah, a third year environmental engineering student currently serving as the membership services chair. This semester I’m hoping to bring the club together more as a community and have more exciting events!

EL PITAL - SWEE SUEN TEE

Everyone starts with Hi! Hello! and to be honest, it’s no fun. So, I figured I would it differently. First of all, where can you find Swee (there you go, names)? Walter Scott Jr. building, taking whatever classes environmental engineers (my major) should take; Library, you might find me there, napping on one of those couches; Gym, probably nowhere to be found. After living for a year (sophomore) in Fort Collins, I’d say I know the city well enough, maybe. Other details about me, I prefer talking in person. You’re AWESOME if you read till the end and if you didn’t, I don’t blame you.

EL PITAL - HOPE CARLSON

My name is Hope Carlson and I am a first-year Environmental Engineering student from South Dakota. I love being involved with Rams Without Borders because it is exposing me to experiences that are related to my major. The El Pital project is interesting to me because I want to work with water systems in the future. I also love traveling and experiencing different cultures, so this project gives me the ability to that without even leaving campus. I am excited to be getting more involved in Rams Without Borders and hope to hold leadership positions in my upcoming years. During my freetime I enjoy being active outside with my friends and enjoying the view of the mountains.