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Structural Engineering Engagement and Equity (SE3)


The Structural Engineering Engagement & Equity Committee (SE3) works to raise awareness and promote dialogue on professional practice issues to improve engagement and equity in the structural engineering profession. These efforts advance NCSEA’s mission to support structural engineers to be successful leaders and NCSEA’s commitment to improve equity, diversity, and opportunity in our profession. 

The Committee realizes this purpose through the following initiatives:

  • Engaging all structural engineers regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, immigration status, disability status, experience, or job title in advancing the profession
  • Generating and advocating for diversity and inclusion initiatives
  • Partnering with complementary organizations to provide professional development training
  • Supporting the formation of SE3 committees within individual Structural Engineers Associations
  • Sharing/disseminating educational material created at both the local and national levels to all Structural Engineers Associations
  • Developing surveys and analyzing data that yield insight into the practice of structural engineering  

 

SE3 Website  |  SE3 Video

2019 SE3 Recap & 2020 Initiatives Communication Webinar: Recording  |  Slides

 

Resources

2018 Survey Report
2016 Survey Report
Communication Webinar Slides
Resource Guide

Committee Chair

Marcus Freeman Taylor Devices Inc
Contact via Email

Members

Voting Members

  • Matthew Arnold
    Wiss Janney Elstner
    SEAOI
  • Jonathan Bayreuther
    Veitas & Veitas Engineers
    SEAMASS
  • Yasmin Chaudhry
    Wiss Janney Elstner
    SEAOI
  • Ricky Clousing
    Uzun + Case LLC
    SEAOG
  • Greg Davenport
    HKS Inc.
    SEAoT
  • Hannah Evans
    SEAW
  • Angela Fante
    Ballinger
    SEAoP
  • Katherine Farley
    Veitas and Veitas
    SEA-MW
  • Katie Faulkner
    Wallace Design Collective
    OSEA
  • Owjan Hashtroodi
    Wiss Janney Elstner
    SEAMI
  • Angela Heinze
    Thornton Tomasetti
    SEAoP
  • Tiffany Hwang
    COWI
    SEAOC
  • Daniel Koothoor
    Biggs Cardosa Associates Inc
    SEAOC
  • Alexander Lakocy
    Martin/Martin
    SEAC
  • Laura Lindeman
    Coughlin Porter Lundeen
    SEAW
  • Lindsey Lyrenmann
    Meyer Borgman Johnson
    MNSEA
  • Rose McClure
    Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
    SEAOC
  • Dana McKane
    Orion Engineers
    SEAOI
  • John Morganstern
    SEAoO
  • Sarah Outzen
    Simpson Strong-Tie
    SEAOC
  • Jennifer Pazdon
    CastConnex
    SEAoNY
  • Lauren Piepho
    HGA
    MNSEA
  • Andrea Reynolds
    SmithGroup
    SEAMI
  • Jennifer Ridd
    JQ Engineering
    SEAoT
  • Zahraa Saiyed
    University of San Francisco
    SEAOC
  • Darcey Schumacher
    Wallace Engineering
    SEAKM
  • Nick Sherrow-Groves
    Arup
    SEAOC
  • Jessica Simon
    JQ
    SEAoT
  • Stephanie Slocum
    Engineers Rising
    SEAoP
  • Angie Sommer
    ZFA Structural Engineers
    SEAOC
  • Megan Stringer
    Holmes Structures
    SEAOC
  • Alex Timmerman
    KPFF Consulting Engineers
    SEAW
  • Natalie Tse
    Tipping Structural Engineers
    SEAOC
  • Maryanne Wachter
    Buro Happold
    SEAOC

Corresponding Members

  • Marguerite Bello
    Bello & Associates
    SEAOC
  • Jessica Chappell
    Reaveley Engineers
    SEAU
  • Stephanie Crain
    SEAOI
    SEAOI
  • Cambria Flowers
    Canyon Structural Inc
    SEAU
  • Joseph Gerke
    Armstrong-Douglass
    SEAoT
  • Rodolfo Hermosilla
  • Ryan Kersting
    Buehler & Buehler Structural Engineers, Inc.
    SEAOC
  • Jami Lorenz
    DCI Engineers
    SEAMT
  • Dani Paxson
    Holmes Consulting - SESOC (NZ)
  • Suzy Rajamoney
    CastConnex
    SEAoT
  • Curtis Siegfried
    Degenkolb Engineers
    SEAOC
  • Angelina Stasulis
    Davis & Church
    SEAOG
  • Jennifer Traut-Todaro
    American Institute of Steel Construction
    SEAOI