Maryn is a fourth-year general civil engineering student and is serving as this year’s President. This will be her fourth year as an officer, having previously served as First-Year Representative, Alumni Relations Chair, and Vice President, External. In April 2021, she was one of five students to receive the Samuel Tapman Fletcher ASCE Student Chapter Scholarship. Maryn is also involved in other organizations including the Chi Epsilon Honor Society, California Water Environment Association - American Water Works Association (CWEA-AWWA), and American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Student Steel Bridge Competition. She is currently a Development Services Intern at Kimley-Horn and Associates and plans to pursue a career geared toward sustainability. In her free time, Maryn enjoys listening to podcasts and exploring new places.
Vice President, Internal
Jeri is a third-year general civil engineering student and is serving as this year’s Vice President Internal. This will be her second year as an officer, previously serving as last year’s Publicity Chair. Jeri also competes in the Reno Design Build Competition which led her to pursue a career in construction. In her freetime, she likes to draw and paint. She owns an Etsy shop for shoe customs and an art account. She also loves to shop for snacks at HMart.
Vice President, External
Alex is a fourth-year general civil engineering student serving as this year’s Vice President External and one of the Engineering Student Ambassadors of the College of Engineering. Last year, he served as one of the four ASCE First-Year Representatives. Alex is interested in all the civil engineering branches, hence the general option, and plans to pursue a career in the public sector. Other than delving into academics Alex loves to cook, garden, read, listen and watch foreign-language media, and do anything art-related like painting and calligraphy. Aspiring to be one of the civil engineers inspired by nature’s creations, and a leader with the people’s hearts in mind.
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Elizabeth is a fourth-year general civil engineering student who is serving as this year’s Treasurer. She served as the 2020-2021 President for the California Land Surveyors Association and has previously served as ASCE’s Alumni Relations Chair. She is interested in pursuing a career in water resources with the government. When unpreoccupied by schoolwork, Elizabeth enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with her french bulldog.
Anndrea is a third-year civil engineering student who is serving as Secretary for this year. This is her second year serving as an ASCE Officer and she couldn’t be more excited. Last year she served as one of the Outreach and Community Service Chairs. Anndrea is a part of other clubs such as Hermanas Unidas and Chi Epsilon Honor Society, which she will be serving as this year's Corporate Relations. She is interested in a few different sectors; water, environmental, and land development. Every discipline of civil engineering is interesting to her and hopes she can take part in many different ones throughout her career. During her free time, Anndrea enjoys traveling, thrift shopping, spending time with friends and family, as well as eating food.
Co-Alumni Relations Chair
Kendra is a third-year civil engineering student with an environmental emphasis and is serving as this year’s Co-Alumni Relations Chair. Kendra is involved in other organizations such as the California Water Environment Association-American Water Works Association (CWEA-AWWA) where she is serving as Vice President - Internal this year, as well as the Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society which she recently completed the initiation process for. 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 cooking, hiking, reading, listening to music, and watching comedy specials on Netflix.
Co-Alumni Relations Chair
Kara Lee is a third-year general Civil Engineering student and is this year’s Co-Alumni Relations Chair. Kara always loved participating in ASCE’s general meetings and social events, so she is thrilled to be on the board this year. She previously served as a research assistant with Dr. Omar E. Mora on UAV applications for the past few months. This year she is participating in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Virtual Design and Construction team where she will be expanding her knowledge on Building Information modeling (BIM) and competing with her team in February 2022. She is very open to all fields of civil engineering and hasn’t decided on a particular discipline quite yet, but will continue to be involved to decide her field soon. Kara is obsessed with cooking (@cooking_karalee is her food Instagram) and trying out new recipes and places to eat in her free time. She also loves the beach, amusement parks, and spending time with family and friends.
Katherine is a second-year general Civil Engineering student and is serving as one of this year’s Co-Conference Chair. Last year she served as one of the four First-Years Representatives on board for ASCE. She is currently interested in all of the civil engineering branches and hopes to gain some more experience and knowledge in each branch. Katherine is currently involved in the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and took part in the Design Build team for PSWC last year. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, swimming, and spending time with friends and family as much as possible.
Zeina is a third-year general Civil Engineering student and is serving as this year’s Co-Conference Chair. She has always been a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), but this will be her first year serving as an officer. Zeina is an active member of the Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society and is serving as the Editor of the Transit this year as well as one of Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Engineering Student Ambassadors. She is currently participating in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Heavy Civil team. Zeina is currently interested in structural and construction engineering but is open to exploring other fields in civil engineering. 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.
Ana Siddiqui is a third-year general Civil Engineering student and will be serving as this year's Co-Events Chair. This last academic year, she served as one of the Outreach and Community service chairs. She is also involved with the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) as Vice President and Society of Women Engineers (SWE) as a general member. For the past year, Ana held an internship with the City of Corona Public Works in the Land Development Department. This summer, she will be participating in the summer internship program at BKF Engineers as a Civil Engineer Assistant. Ana has also been completing research in Seismic Base Isolation for the past year with Dr. Lomiento from Cal Poly Pomona. Her overall experience with internships, leadership positions, and undergraduate research has allowed her to expand her knowledge and interest in the field of civil engineering. Outside of school and extracurricular activities, Ana loves painting/arts and crafts, singing, playing the ukulele, running, and traveling.
Steven Nguyen is a fourth-year civil engineering student with an environmental emphasis and is serving as this year’s Co-Events Chair. This will be his second year as an officer, previously serving as Membership Chair. He is an active member of the California Water Environment Association - American Water Works Association (CWEA-AWWA). Steven is currently an Engineering Intern with the City of Santa Ana’s Public Works Agency. He is hoping to pursue a career within the environmental or transportation discipline of civil engineering. When Steven is not working or busy with school and extracurriculars, he enjoys binge-watching shows on Netflix, listening to podcasts, or sleeping.
Co-Outreach & Community Service Chair
Giovanni is a fifth-year environmental civil engineering student and will be serving as one of the Outreach and Community Service chairs this year. In the previous year, he served as Conference Chair. He is also a part of ITE or the Institute of Transportation Engineers, where he serves as Membership Chair. Giovanni is currently interning at SWT Engineering. He hopes to pursue a career in either environmental or transportation engineering. In his free time, Giovanni enjoys any activity outdoors, painting, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
Co-Outreach & Community Service Chair
Jacqueline is a second-year civil engineering student and will be serving as one of the Outreach and Community Service chairs. Her previous year she was a First-Year Representative on the CPP ASCE board. She was and continues to be involved with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Women in Engineering (WE), and Maximizing Engineering Potential (MEP), 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, planning, 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 running, playing soccer, listening to music, traveling, volunteering, and spending time with family and friends.
Ryan is a second-year civil engineering student with an environmental emphasis and will be serving as this year’s Membership Chair. This will be his first year as an officer. In previous years, he was an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) and enjoyed attending meets and events. Ryan is currently interested in the structural and transportation 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.
Stacy is a second-year general civil engineering student serving as this year’s Publicity Chair. In previous years, she enjoyed being an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Stacy is also serving as the Vice President of Communications for Cal Poly Pomona’s SWE this year. She is currently interested in structures and project management, but she is open to learning about the different fields in civil engineering. When Stacy is not busy with work, school, and/or extracurricular activities, she enjoys trying new food, going on walks, bullet-journalling, and listening to podcasts or music. Stacy also has a foodstagram (@stacy.eats) and can be found trying and reviewing food all the time.
Jordan Chung is a first-year general civil engineering student and is serving as one of this year’s First-Year Representatives. He joined ASCE to gain leadership experience, engage in a civil engineering-related extracurricular, and meet other ASCE members. He plans to emphasize in the structural engineering subdiscipline. Jordan is also a member of some engineering competition clubs such as The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute of Cal Poly Pomona (EERI) and Cal Poly Pomona Steel Bridge. He also is a member of PolyLens; Cal Poly Pomona’s photography club. He hopes to gain as much experience or become a structural engineering intern through the opportunities provided by ASCE and other Cal Poly Pomona programs. In his spare time, Jordan loves capturing photos and videos when exploring in his Subaru Outback, listening to music, and playing sports with friends such as volleyball, basketball, and skateboarding.
LUCIA MATOS LUZARDO
Lucia Matos Luzardo is a First-Year general Civil Engineering student and is serving as one of this year’s First-Year Representatives. She is interested in the structural and management & construction subdisciplines of Civil Engineering. Lucia joined the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) in order to learn more about civil engineering as a whole, grow professionally, and meet other civil engineers. In addition to ASCE, Lucia is a member of the Structural Engineering Association of Cal Poly Pomona (SEACPP) as well as the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). She is hoping to receive a position as a structural engineering intern, but is open to other opportunities. Lucia spends her spare time trying out new recipes, painting, reading, and hanging out with her friends or family.
Zaeracana Carino is a general Civil Engineering student and is serving as one of this year’s First-Year Representatives. She joined ASCE in order to get more involved on campus, learn, meet fellow civil engineers, and explore more in the field. She is interested in a few different subdisciplines of the Civil Engineering field such as, transportation, municipal & urban, and management & construction. Zaeracana is also a part of Maximizing Engineering Potential (MEP), a volunteer at Rose Float, and a student assistant at the College of Engineering Dean’s Office. Through her several involvement on campus, she hopes to learn more about what sector of the civil engineering field interests her the most and is keeping her mind open for different opportunities. Also, she hopes to get an internship this summer to learn more about which discipline she is most passionate in. When not working or studying, Zaeracana loves to read, watch anime, dance, play badminton, cook filipino food, and hang out with her beloved people.
Colby is a fifth-year general civil engineering student and is serving as this year’s CPP ASCE Past-President. This will be her fifth and final year as an officer, having previously served as First-Year Representative, Outreach and Community Service Chair, Vice President, Internal, and President. Colby also serves as a Corresponding Member for the Members of Society Advancing an Inclusive Culture (MOSAIC) Committee for Society-Level ASCE. In February 2021, she was one of ten students internationally to be selected as a 2021 New Face of Civil Engineering - Collegiate Edition by ASCE. She is also a previous officer of the California Water Environment Association - American Water Works Association (CWEA-AWWA), and an active member of Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society and Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society. Colby is currently a civil engineering intern for Southern California Edison (SCE) in the Seismic and Climate Adaptation Team and plans to pursue a career in structural engineering. When Colby is not working on anything related to school, work, or ASCE, she loves to dance, bake, and spend time with her loved ones.
Concrete Canoe Project Manager
Jean is a fourth year Environmental Civil Engineering student serving as this year’s Concrete Canoe Project Manager. This is her first year as an officer in American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and she couldn’t be more excited. Jean is also a part of other clubs such as Chi Epsilon Honor Society, which she will be serving as this year's Marshal, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and the Christian Students club on campus. Jean is interested in a few different sectors of Civil Engineering; water, environmental, and land development. She is gaining experience in each of these sectors through various courses and work experience. Jean is currently working at KPFF, as a Civil Engineering intern performing land development work. She is also working on her senior project, the MacArthur Lake Rehabilitation, on the Environmental team. When she is not working, sleeping, or doing homework, Jean enjoys traveling, hiking, going to the beach, gardening, volunteering, and spending time with her friends and family.
Steel Bridge Project Manager
Emelisa is a fourth-year general Civil Engineering student and is serving as this year’s Steel Bridge Project Manager. This will be her second year as an officer, previously serving as Quality Control. She was able to be one out of the five officers for the year 2021 to participate and compete in the Student Steel Bridge competition in 2021, even with the pandemic occurring. Emelisa’s interest lies in transportation engineering, however, she is open to other options that will improve the world’s community. During her free time, she likes to paint, spend time with family, continue to learn a different language other than English, go on hikes, and work out. Emelisa is very passionate about setting a good example for her siblings and learning new things along the way. She is also determined to lead a team full of bright and motivated engineers!
SEEMA 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.