President: Miriam Hegglin
Miriam Hegglin is a junior double majoring in Civil Engineering and Engineering Public Policy. She is originally from Switzerland but currently resides with her family in New York. She is specifically interested in environmental engineering and energy technology and policy. She hopes to use her knowledge gained at CMU to build a more efficient, sustainable, and stronger global community. In her free time, Miriam loves to dance, travel and spend time with family and friends.
Vice President: Millard McElwee
Millard McElwee is a junior with a double major in Civil Engineering and Business Administration. Originally from Louisiana, his career interest is in construction management. He plans to get a masters in Civil Engineering or an MBA to help run the family business. As a victim of Hurricane Katrina, he understands the importance of giving back, and that is why he can be found in several service organizations and roles. “Paying it forward” is how he truly lives.
Secretary: Debra Lin
Debra Lin is a junior currently studying Civil and Environmental Engineering and pursuing a minor in Global Systems and Management. She is from the Bay Area in California and plans to move back to the sunny weather and good food after graduating. Her academic interests include structural design and engineering and also environmental engineering. In the future, she plans to hopefully manage her own company and design buildings and structures. When she eventually has free time, she enjoys painting, traveling and taking scenic pictures, and also playing guitar and piano.
Service Chair: Michelle Cousté
Communications Chair: Paige Sieffert
Paige Sieffert is a sophomore majoring in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, she is interested in structural engineering and project management. In the future she hopes to earn her masters in Civil and Environmental Engineering and use it to design and construct structures. When she is not in class she is in the pool as a member of the Carnegie Mellon Swim Team.
Competitions Chair: Chris Kim
Junior Representative: Debra Lin
Sophomore Representative: Paige Sieffert
Sophomore Representative: Erin Persson
Webmaster: Stephanie Shin
Margo Johnson is a senior with a double major in Civil Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy. She is originally from Columbia, MD and is interested in design and construction/project management. She loves being involved with ASCE and is also active in Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society, and Chi Epsilon, the civil engineering honor society.