“Leadership resides at the pinnacle of servitude.” – Joe May. As a Servant-Leader in the Civil Engineering field, I “Dream Big.” I am an educator, innovator, mentor, motivator, and practitioner of Civil Engineering. This has shaped my worldview into identifying engineering problems and meticulously creating opportunities for solution tomorrow.
My leadership within multi-faceted environments has allowed me the opportunity to create and develop diverse teams that attend to common goals and successful completion of them. I have served as the Birmingham Branch President of ASCE where the overall mission was to promote the profession of civil engineering and serve the public through education, mentorship, and outreach. I am currently the ECOB (Engineering Council of Birmingham) President, an organization that was founded in the 1950s to coordinate the activities and communications among local engineering societies in Birmingham, Alabama. I have also served on the ASCE National Policy Committee for America’s Infrastructure as we continue to evaluate existing infrastructure and future needs. I serve on the Coalition for Dam Safety in the State of Alabama. I was nominated by ASCE as the 2019 Engineer of the Year and the University of Alabama Capstone Engineering Society’s 2020 Engineer of the Year.