OFFICER BOARD 2022-2023
Anndrea is a fourth-year civil engineering student who is serving as this year’s President. This will be her third year serving as an ASCE Officer. Her past roles include Outreach & Community Service Chair, and Secretary. Anndrea has also been involved in other organizations on campus, and served as Corporate Relations Chair for the Chi Epsilon Honors Society. Currently, she is a Development Services Intern for Kimley-Horn where she is learning more about what it means to be a civil engineer. She plans to pursue a career in land development, and have a focus on sustainability. Anndrea’s interests include traveling, going to Disneyland, spending time with her friends and family, as well trying new food places. If you’d like to connect with Anndrea on LinkedIn you can do so here!
Vice President, Internal
Zeina is a fourth-year general civil engineering student and is serving as this year’s Vice President, Internal. This will be her second year on the CPP ASCE officer board, previously serving as a Conference Chair. Zeina is an active member of the Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society, serving as the Corporate Relations Chair this year and the Editor of the Transit last year. She is currently participating in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Heavy Civil team. Zeina is interested in construction engineering and has interned at Clark Construction as a Summer Associate this past summer. When Zeina is not busy with school and extracurricular activities, she enjoys cooking and baking, listening to music, and spending time with family and friends. If you’d like to connect with Zeina on LinkedIn, you can do so here!
Vice President, External
Katherine is a third-year general civil engineering student and will be serving as the Vice President, External for the 2022-2023 school year. Previously, she has served as a Conference Chair and a First-Year Representative. Katherine will also be serving as the Publicity Chair for CPP’s Steel Bridge this year and is a general member of the Society of Women Engineers. She is eager to gain more knowledge and experience in civil engineering. Currently, her interests are in transportation, water, and land development. However, she hopes to explore as many civil engineering disciplines as she can throughout her career. During her free time, Katherine enjoys spending time with friends and family, swimming, going on adventures, and shopping. If you’d like to connect with Katherine on LinkedIn, you can do so here!
Jacqueline is a third-year civil engineering student and will be serving as Treasurer this year. In previous years, she was a First-Year Representative and one of the Outreach and Community Service Chairs on the CPP ASCE board. She was and continues to be involved with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE), where she is a member. Jacqueline is currently an Intern for the City of Corona Public Works Department where she is gaining more exposure to the public sector. She is currently interested in project management, construction, and water resources, but she is open to learning more about all the other branches in Civil Engineering, hence the general option. She hopes that with time she will be able to find what area in civil engineering she would like to pursue. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music, traveling, hiking, volunteering, and spending time with family and friends. Connect with Jacqueline on LinkedIn Here!
Stacy is a third-year general civil engineering student serving as this year’s Secretary. She will also be serving as the Fundraising Chair for CPP’s Steel Bridge this year and a general member of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). She served as the Publicity Chair for Cal Poly Pomona’s ASCE Student Chapter and the Vice President of Communications for Cal Poly Pomona’s SWE in the last academic year. She is currently interested in design within transportation and land development. However, she is open to learning about the different disciplines in civil engineering. When Stacy is not busy with work, school, and/or extracurricular activities, she enjoys going on walks, watching sunsets, and listening to podcasts or music. Stacy also has a foodstagram (@stacy.eats) and can be found trying and reviewing food all the time. If you’d like to connect with Stacy on LinkedIn, you can do so here!
Co-Alumni Relations Chair
Jordan Chung is a second-year general civil engineering student and is serving as one of this year’s Alumni Relations Chairs. This is his second year serving as an ASCE Officer after being a First-Year Representative. Jordan is also a part of CPP’s Steel Bridge and will serve as Quality Control. He is currently interested in structures and construction, but is open to gaining experience in other subdisciplines. In his free time, Jordan loves listening to music, photography, and playing sports with friends, such as volleyball, basketball, and skateboarding. If you’d like to connect with Jordan on LinkedIn you can do so here!
Co-Alumni Relations Chair
Eduardo Martinez is a second-year general civil engineering student and is serving as one of the Alumni Relations Chairs. This is his first year as an ASCE Officer, and he is very excited to work with the other officers to provide ASCE members with meaningful and enlightening experiences and opportunities. Eduardo is also a part of CPP’s Concrete Canoe and is currently serving as the Construction Captain. He is currently interested in structures and construction, but he is willing to experience and learn about the various sub-disciplines. Eduardo enjoys reading manga, going to Mexican concerts (Banda), staying active by working out or playing volleyball, and spending time with his family and friends when he is not busy with work, school, or extracurricular activities. If you would like to connect with Eduardo on Linkedin you can do so here!
Kendra is a fourth-year civil engineering student with an environmental emphasis and is serving as this year’s Conference Chair. This will be her second year serving as an ASCE Officer. Her past role was one of the Alumni Relations Chairs for the 2021-2022 academic year. Kendra is involved in other organizations, such as the California Water Environment Association-American Water Works Association (CWEA-AWWA) where she previously served as Vice President - Internal, as well as the Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society. Furthermore, Kendra was heavily involved at the 2022 Pacific Southwest Symposium (PSWS) as she served as the Project Manager for the Environmental Design Team and the Team Captain for the Volleyball Team, both of which placed 2nd in their respective competitions. Kendra is currently a Water Resource Engineering Intern with WSP in their San Bernardino office. She is interested in environmental engineering, specifically water resources, due to her passion for sustainability. In her free time, Kendra enjoys reading, shopping, listening to music (primarily Taylor Swift), going to concerts, and watching comedy specials on Netflix. Connect with Kendra on LinkedIn here!
Matthew is a first-year civil engineering student with an emphasis in general civil engineering. This year he will be serving as a Conference Chair, and he is excited to plan and prepare for the Pacific Southwest Symposium with other officers. He is excited to gain leadership experience and communication skills as a first-year ASCE Officer. Matthew is a member of ITE and is hoping to gain hands-on experience in the civil engineering field. During his free time, he enjoys playing sports, billiards, and video games, as well as learning new things. Additionally, he likes helping people improve as he is a tutor for kids of all ages
Ryan is a third-year civil engineering student with an environmental emphasis and will be serving as this year’s Events Chair. This will be his second year as an officer. In previous years, he was an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) and served as Membership Chair. Ryan is currently interested in the construction discipline of civil engineering, but is open to learning about other fields. When not working or studying, Ryan enjoys playing video games, watching movies, volunteering at local organizations, trying new foods, and hanging out with friends. Connect with Ryan on Linkedin here!
Jack is a first-year general civil engineering student and will be serving as this year’s Events Chair. This is his first year as an ASCE Officer, and he is looking forward to working with the other officers to plan, develop, and execute the best possible events for ASCE members. Additionally, he looks forward to gaining useful experience as an ASCE Officer. Jack is a member of Steel Bridge and looks to acquire hands-on work experience to grow his understanding of civil engineering. During his free time, he enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, learning new things, and spending time with friends and family.
Daniel is a fourth-year civil engineering student who is serving as the membership chair for this year. This is his first year serving as an ASCE officer and is looking forward to working with the other members and officers. Daniel is also a part of the United States Army ROTC program and is planning to implement a lot of the leadership skills he has gained in the past few years. He is interested in the transportation sector and hopes to land a future career as a transportation engineer while serving as an officer in the United States Army Reserve. During his free time, Daniel enjoys traveling, playing and listening to music, and trying out new places to eat. If you would like to connect with Daniel on LinkedIn, you can do so here!
Co-Outreach & Community Service Chair
Patrick is a fourth-year general civil engineering student. This year, he is serving as one of ASCE’s Outreach & Community Service Chair, and he is super excited to create and execute amazing opportunities for the club! He is also serving as Chi Epsilon’s Vice President, so this year is going to be quite busy for him, but he is excited and confident he can excel in these positions. After graduation, he hopes to land a job in the transportation industry. Outside the classroom, Patrick enjoys quality time with his friends, such as trying new foods or just relaxing at someone’s house watching a movie. In addition, his hobbies include binge-ing a show, building Lego sets, and going to theme parks. If you’d like to connect with Patrick on LinkedIn, you can do so here!
Co-Outreach & Community Service Chair
Yarimar is a fourth-year civil engineering student with a minor in business. She is serving as one of this year’s Outreach and Community Service Chairs. This is her first year as an ASCE Officer and is enthusiastic about gaining new experiences and networking with others. In the previous academic year, she was a member of the CWEA-AWWA and participated as a construction member of the Environmental Design Team. This year she will be Concrete Canoe’s Aesthetic Captain and a member of the ASC Reno Heavy Civil Team. Yarimar is interested in construction and water resources. However, she aspires to continue learning and gaining hands-on experience within different civil engineering disciplines throughout her career. Besides her academic involvement, she enjoys sketching, hiking, sunsets at the beach, and spontaneous adventures.
Cindy is a second-year civil engineering student with an environmental emphasis and is serving as this year's Publicity Chair. This is her first year serving as an ASCE Officer, and she is eager to develop unique ideas to promote the club. Cindy is part of other clubs such as the California Water Environment Association - American Water Works Association (CWEA-AWWA) and Maximizing Engineering Potential (MEP). She is also serving as the Publicity Chair for CWEA-AWWA. In her previous year, Cindy participated in PSWS as a construction member of the Environmental Design Team. Cindy is currently interested in water resources engineering but is open to exploring other civil engineering disciplines. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, playing rhythm games, trying new boba drinks, and gardening. If you'd like to connect with Cindy on LinkedIn, you can do so here!
Maria is a first-year general civil engineering student with a minor in business. This year she is serving as a First Year Representative. This will be her first year serving as a ASCE officer and she is very excited to work with all the other officers. She is thrilled to learn more from the other members and expand her horizons in the world of civil engineering. Maria is also part of SWE (Society of Women Engineers.) She is very passionate about volunteer work and giving back to the community. In her previous years she was involved in Rocketry club, Construction club, and Architecture club. She is very interested in working in structural engineering and design in the future. In her free time she enjoys the gym, painting, hanging out with her friends, cooking and shopping.
Alejandro is a first-year, general civil engineering student who is excited to be attending Cal Poly Pomona and taking the first steps toward building his career. He also commonly goes by Alex and is going to serve as a First-Year Representative in ASCE. While he is a commuter, he loves spending as much time as possible on campus.
Kyle is a first-year who is majoring in Civil Engineering with an environmental emphasis. He is eager to take advantage of every opportunity that comes his way and can’t wait to work with other others officers and ASCE members. Kyle is also a member of a Filipino club called Barkada which means “friends” in Tagalog. He’s currently volunteering at Habitat for Humanity on his free time with CPP’s Engineers Without Borders and enjoys helping others. His hobbies include almost anything outdoor related: kayaking, hiking, snowboarding, fishing, you name it. He as well enjoys cooking and has been creating dishes since 5 years old.
Steel Bridge Captain
Citlalli is a fifth year civil engineering student who is serving as an honorary officer as the Steel Bridge Project Manager. This will be her third year being part of the Steel Bridge team from previously being a construction captain and general member. She is excited to continue participating in the club and meeting more people. She is currently interested in commercial and residential construction as a result of her father's influence. In her free time she likes to listen to music, paint, and watch movies with her family.
Co-Concrete Canoe Captain
Luis is a third-year transfer student from Santa Ana College as a construction engineering and management major and will be serving as the Project Manager, Internal for Concrete Canoe. This will be his first year serving as an ASCE Officer and he is very excited to work with the team and the rest of the ASCE officers. Last year, he was the Mix Design Captain for Concrete Canoe. Luis is a member of the ASC Reno Heavy Civil team, Undocu Dream Resource Center, and other clubs, such as CMAA and AGC. Luis is interested in a few different sectors: commercial construction that self performs, and land development. Seismic isolation in bridges is a topic he finds interesting and wants to learn more about. Currently, he wants to help create an outreach program with middle schoolers and high schoolers that introduces students to the idea of higher education. During his free time, Luis enjoys spending time with friends and family, going on drives while blasting music especially Spanish rock, and doing pretty much anything that gets the adrenaline pumping.
Co-Concrete Canoe Captain
Natalia is a fifth-year civil engineering student with an emphasis in environmental engineering. This year will be her first year serving as an ASCE Officer since she will be the Project Manager, External for Concrete Canoe. Natalia previously worked alongside last year’s presentation team for Concrete Canoe. Natalia was the Vice President for Associated General Contractors and worked to recruit other members and build the club. She enjoys working with others and hopes to continue learning from her peers. Currently, Natalia’s interests involve water resources and sustainable infrastructure. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, her cats, and listening to Harry Styles’ new album. Additionally, Natalia enjoys swimming at the beach, hiking, and (occasional) weightlifting. If you'd like to connect with Natalia on LinkedIn, you can do so here.
Seema C. Shah-Fairbank, PH.D., P.E.
Seema C. Shah-Fairbank is a professor of civil engineering at Cal Poly Pomona. She teaches courses in general civil engineering, fluids, hydraulics, hydrology, and environmental engineering. Dr. Fairbank served as the 2020-2021 ASCE LA Section President and has been the faculty advisor for CPP ASCE Student Chapter for 12 years. Her specialization is in sediment transport and river mechanics. During her free time, Dr. Fairbank loves to paint, hike, and volunteer in her community.
Kenneth Lamb, PH.D., P.E.
Kenneth Lamb is the Faculty Director of the Student Innovation Idea Labs, the lead faculty of the Engineering Leadership Program, and an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at Cal Poly Pomona. Prior to his academic career, he was a Supervising Designer in the water/wastewater division at G.C. Wallace Inc. in Las Vegas, NV. Kenneth is a licensed Civil Engineer in the State of Nevada. He holds a B.S. and Ph.D. in Engineering from the University of Nevada Las Vegas as well as a Masters of Civil Engineering from Norwich University.
Allan Ng, PLS.
Allan Ng, PLS, is a professional practice professor at Cal Poly Pomona, Civil Engineering Department since 2005 and a licensed land surveyor in California. He teaches courses including Surveying Engineering, Satellite Surveying in Engineering, Photogrammetry, Subdivision Engineering and Legal Descriptions, Digital Mapping, California Land and Boundaries Law, and consults in land survey and land development projects. Professor Ng serves as the 2021-22 ASCE UESI Surveying & Geomatics Division vice-chair and the ASCE UESI Surveying Symposium and Society-Wide Finals Competition co-chair.