Engineers For A Sustainable World - Overview

Overview

ESW has eleven officers who comprise its national team. They include the Executive Director, Office Manager, Development Director, Education Director, Projects Director, Outreach Director, Technology and Events Director, Communications Director, and two Chapter Relations Directors. The executive director, Dr. E. Daniel Hirleman, and office manager, Rosalina Aranda, are full-time employees of UC-Merced. The remaining officers are student members of university chapters.

ESW National Team
Name Position University Affiliation
Dr. E. Daniel Hirleman Acting Executive Director University of California, Merced
Rosalina Aranda Office Manager University of California, Merced
Alex Devaux Chapter Relations East Director Pennsylvania State University
Ben Gould Chapter Relations West Director University of California, San Diego
Alexander Dale Education Director University of Pittsburgh
Alexandre David Development Director University of Rochester
Erin Rose Briggs Assistant Development Director Cornell University
Rob Best Projects Director Stanford University
Erin Lennox Outreach Director Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Justin Hess Technology & Events Director Purdue University
Verena Kwan Communications Director University of California, San Diego

ESW also has an advisory board with members from academia and corporations.

ESW Advisory Board
Name Affiliation
Dr. E. Daniel Hirleman (chair) University of California, Merced
Rob Best Stanford University
Dr. Moira Gunn National Public Radio
Dr. James Jensen University at Buffalo
Dr. Craig Just University of Iowa
Christopher Llop Analysis Group

On its official website, ESW defines its vision as the following:

A world of environmental, social, and economic prosperity created and sustained by local and global collective action

ESW defines its mission as:

To forge innovative, lasting solutions to local and global sustainability challenges. We:

  • Design and implement sustainable projects through our student and professional chapters.
  • Educate and train individuals and organizations on sustainable policies and practices.
  • Build a global network of communities with a shared culture of sustainability.

ESW defines its goals as:

In support of the mission, ESW's primary goals are to:

  • Stimulate and foster an increased, and more diverse community of engineers;
  • Bring together students and professionals of various disciplines to create lasting solutions with immediate impacts;
  • Infuse sustainability into the practice and studies of every engineer;
  • Encourage innovative ideas that promote environmental, economic, and social sustainability;
  • Increase community participation in sustainable engineering and development worldwide.

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