Nick Riesterer is a first year grad student studying Civil Engineering with a focus in Structural Engineering. As President, Nick organizes professional events for students and primarily assists with the planning of the Chicago trip. Last year, Nick was a Co-Vice President and planned the 2019 CEE Career. Outside of ASCE, Nick enjoys running in the summer and building snowmen in the winter.
Mariah Kasten is a senior studying Civil Engineering with a concentration in Construction Management. As Co-Vice President, Mariah plans and manages the annual Civil and Environmental Engineering Career Fair, sponsored by the College of Engineering. During her junior year, she served as co-social chair. Outside of ASCE, Mariah works for Barton Malow in their quality department. Outside of school and other student organizations, Mariah enjoys anything creative such as painting and photography.
Alfonso Garcia is a senior studying Civil and Environmental Engineering. As Co-Vice President, Alfonso plans and manages the annual Civil and Environmental Engineering Career Fair, sponsored by the College of Engineering. He started off his junior year as Treasurer, where he was responsible for raising funds for social events and handling the clubs finances. Outside of ASCE, Alfonso enjoys many outdoor activities, such as running, hiking, and travelling.
Jenna Sherwin is a sophomore studying Civil Engineering. As Treasurer, Jenna is responsible for raising funds for social events and handling the club’s finances. Outside of ASCE, Jenna is an officer for SWE, a member of Bluelab Thailand, and a member of Professor Drew Gronewold’s research group. She also enjoys cooking and hanging out with her roommates.
Robert Nawara is a sophomore studying Civil Engineering. As the Social Chair he promotes ASCE's activities, mainly weekly Speaker Series, through emails and website. He also enjoys promoting the department and organization's events. Outside ASCE, Robert enjoys spending time in the outdoors hiking, camping, and snowboarding. Within Civil Engineering, Robert is interested the interactions of systems in buildings and infrastructure.
Cecile Baeza is a first year Master’s student studying Civil Engineering with a focus in Structural Engineering. As Social Chair, she organizes social events such as (usually) intramural sports and the cider mill trip. This is Cecile’s second year as Social Chair for ASCE, and her fourth year on the board. She enjoys running, doing puzzles and knitting.
Southeast Branch Representative
Emma Anielak is a junior studying Civil Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. As the ASCE SouthEast Branch Representative, Emma serves as a liaison between the University of Michigan ASCE student chapter and the regional chapter. She attends networking events and relays communications between the two bodies. Emma is also involved in other student organizations on campus including Michigan Concrete Canoe and Elementary Engineering Partnerships.
Social Media Chair
Weronika Myslak is a senior studying Civil Engineering with the International Minor for Engineers and the Program in Sustainable Engineering. This is Weronika’s first year on the board, where she serves as Social Media Chair to share events and updates through the ASCE’s online platforms. Outside of ASCE, she enjoys tea, puzzles, and hiking.
Mya Gibbs is a senior studying Civil Engineering. She plans to start a master’s program in January with a focus in Structural Engineering. As Outreach Chair, Mya organizes events that provide students with an opportunity to give back to their community. Mya has had previous experience planning outreach events through NSBE where she served as the T.O.R.C.H chair. Outside of ASCE, Mya enjoys skateboarding, making music and playing with her new puppy.
Madison Carlson is a senior studying Civil Engineering with a concentration in Transportation Engineering. As Communications Chair, Madison is responsible for coordinating Speaker Series and the ASCE email. Outside of ASCE, Madison is on the Michigan Concrete Canoe team, where she is also the secretary. Madison also enjoys going to the Big House for game days and is a full blown Maxxinista.
Emily Perrin is a senior studying Environmental Engineering. As secretary, Emily is responsible for documenting organization activities (including meeting notes, event feedback, and attendance), preparing the annual report, and maintaining the membership list. Outside of ASCE, Emily is passionate about traveling, the Great Lakes, and dogs.