Officers

2022 Officers

Aaron Juan

President

Jack Hartline

Vice President

Mia Gabriele

Engineering Minister

Katie Ott

Education Minister

Renae Romandia McCoy

Education Minister

Jaden Ngo

Public Relations Minister

Jordan Mosakowski

Public Relations Minister

Taryn Chisholm

Secretary

2021 Officers

Mia Gabriele

President

“I am a third year studying bioengineering on the medical devices track. I joined EWB so that I could practice the engineering skills I was learning in class in a meaningful way with a group of likeminded individuals. Because of my involvement with EWB, I have found a community of engineers and have found clarity in my chosen career direction.”

Aaron Juan

Engineering Minister

“I joined EWB to work with like-minded and passionate people who want to impact the world in a meaningful way. Learning and applying engineering project skills in meetings has allowed me to cultivate my passion for helping others.”

Taryn Chisholm

Secretary

“I am a junior studying civil engineering. I joined EWB to learn more about human-centered design and get to know other students. EWB has been a great opportunity to learn how to effectively communicate and work on real-life engineering projects as a student. It was been very exciting to work on projects that directly relate to the courses I am taking within my major.”

Renae Romandia McCoy

Education Minister

“I am a junior studying civil, environmental, and sustainable engineering. I joined EWB because I wanted to further develop my ability to work on a team of likeminded individuals on various career paths. I also wanted to learn more about human centered design thinking and how it applies to communities.”

2020 Officers

Ben Mahony

President

“EWB is a commitment to others, a promise. It is about cooperating with likeminded engineers to tackle problems that make big impacts in peoples’ lives”

Simitrio Arellano

Vice President

“EWB gives aspiring engineers the opportunity to practice human-centered design that incorporates empathy for the people we serve through tangible, collaborative projects that allow me to use my education for positive change.”

Mia Gabriele

PR Minister

“I am a first year Bioengineering major on the medical devices track. I joined EWB because I wanted to apply my education at Santa Clara in an impactful and meaningful way.”

Zach Gotvald

PR Minister

“I initially joined EWB on a whim, but it really became a home for me between its welcoming members and overall unity. EWB is a club that offers me an outlet for all the engineering information I am learning, in a way that creates a meaningful difference in the world.”

Aaron Juan

Engineering Minister

“I am a first year Mechanical Engineering major. EWB has helped me channel my passion for being useful through helping others.”

Sam Broyles

Engineering Minister

“For me EWB is an opportunity to apply the skills I am learning in school to a humanitarian project and do some practical good. It is also an amazing community of likeminded students and friends.”

Josephine Semaan

Education Minister

“Being a member of EWB means having the opportunity to implement the engineering skills learned in my classes to create solutions to problems that affect the lives of those in our partnered community.”

Morgan Fleshren

Education Minister

“I am a third year Computer Science and Engineering major and Math minor. I joined EWB because I wanted to get interdisciplinary experience in a meaningful way.”

Katie Neighbors

Treasurer

“Throughout my time at SCU, EWB has provided me with a community on campus, hands-on problem solving skills, and the opportunity for real world engineering experience that is difficult to find elsewhere. I wouldn’t be the engineer or person I am today without this club and these experiences.”

Lindsay McConville

Secretary

“EWB is about engineers coming together to partner with and empower developing communities through hands-on projects. It’s provided me with practical engineering skills and a much more wholistic engineering mindset.”

Victoria Sanchez-Monroy

Event Coordinator

“I am a first year bioengineering major one the biomolecular track. EWB is a program that allows me to work outside and with other disciplines to produce a tangible product, helping people across the world that do not have the same luxuries that we do.”

Jaden Ngo

Webmaster

“To me, EWB is a place where I can be with a family of like-minded individuals who are all dedicated to improving and serving the world through engineering. It is also a place where I can put the skills I learn in the classroom to solving real world issues.”

David Gilbert

Alumni Liaison

“EWB gives me the opportunity to take skills from my classes and apply them in humanitarian, human-centered projects that empower less-fortunate communities across the world. It maintains a selfless platform, centered around mutual commitment, that builds empathy and professionalism inside and out of my career.”

Joshua Seo

Social Media Coordinator

“As a member of the club since week 1 of first year at Santa Clara, EWB became part of my college identity. It’s a place where I can learn and practice humanitarian engineering, and I can do that with good friends I’ve made over the years who share the same goal.”

2019 Officers

Ben Mahony

President

“I am a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering. I have a passion for art and history, and I am always learning. I am a voracious reader, and am currently interested in foreign direct investment in Africa and its consequences. I hope to find a career where I can continue to have a positive impact on people’s lives.”

Megan Sauter

Vice President

“Innovative humanitarian engineering was the reason I became a Civil at Santa Clara, but Engineers Without Borders is the reason I truly fell in love with it. This community provides real, invaluable experience, results, and fulfillment to both our members and partner community in Rwanda. Self-executed and directed by students, EWB is a testament to our future leaders positively changing our world today.”

Katie Neighbors

Secretary

“I am a second year bioengineering major. Aside from EWB, I am also involved in on-campus research and I am a desk assistant for McLaughlin-Walsh Residence Hall. Fun fact: I’ve been to Walmarts in 10 different states!”

Garrett Nelson

Treasurer

“I am currently a junior mechanical engineer. I joined EWB this year and quickly took a liking to the program. I’ve been working on the electric wagon project and am stoked to be a part of the travel team this summer.”

Justin Culpepper

Historian

“I’m a sophomore Bioengineer major with a Coen minor. I’m from Sunnyvale, Ca, and I enjoy swimming, hiking, eating good food. I can’t wait to see how EWB grows over this upcoming year and I’m excited to be a part of EWB.”

Josephine Semann

Event Coordinator

“I am a second year bioengineering major from Cupertino, CA. In my spare time I enjoy reading, hiking, cooking, playing tennis, drinking too much coffee, and participating in EWB!”

Caroline Stephens

Event Coordinator

“I’m a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering. In my free time I like to play basketball and hang out with friends. I’m excited to be a part of Engineers Without Borders this year!”

David Gilbert

Alumni Liaison

“I am a second year Mechanical Engineering major from Maui, Hawaii. Outside of classes and intramurals, I have spent most of my time since my first year working with EWB, and it has been the best decision I’ve made since coming to SCU.”

Morgan Fleshren

Webmaster

“I am a second year Computer Science and Engineering major and Math minor originally from Belleville, Illinois. Outside of EWB I am a member of Society of Women Engineers and the Association of Computer Machinery. I also work part-time developing software for Roos Instruments located here in Santa Clara, CA!”

Darran Casey

Engineering Minister

“Serving others through tangible engineering work puts value and purpose on the hard work I have been putting into my mechanical engineering education. As important as it is to learn the theory in the classroom, it can’t provide the invaluable experience that comes from improving the lives of others that we’re able to gain with EWB.”

Sam Broyles

Engineering Minister

“I am a sophomore Mechanical Engineering major with a Philosophy minor. I’m from Phoenix, Arizona and outside of EWB I am a member of the SCU A Cappella group Audiosync.”

Lindsay McConville

Engineering Minister

“I’m a second year Mechanical Engineering major from Seattle, WA. Besides being a part of EWB, I am also on the Executive Team for SCU Own It, play on the club soccer team, and am a 2019 Global Fellow. I joined EWB because of the mission and what it stands for, but have found an overwhelming sense of community within this club.”

Brooke Watson

Education Minister

“I am a second year from Sacramento, California, studying mechanical and aerospace engineering! On campus I am a SCU Student Ambassador as well as a Global Fellow through the Leavey School of Business. Joining EWB has given me a chance to find an empowering group that made me love engineering even more!”

Jake Taylor

Public Relations Minister

“I joined EWB because I wanted to have the opportunity to give back to those less fortunate through engineering. Beyond that, I am a rock climbing enthusiast and a lacrosse veteran of 10 years. I do also enjoy the occasional video game and movie.”

Simitrio Arellano

Public Relations Minister

“I am a first-year engineering physics major from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. After college, I want to go into renewable energy and humanitarian engineering. EWB has been a great way for me to serve the global community and meet a lot of great people!”

2018 Officers

Shiyin Lim

President

“EWB forces students to consider the real implcations of the project process and humanitarian engineering, while building skills that can’t be learned in a classroom. My time with EWB has helped me become a better student, leader, and project team member, and while giving me a family away from my own.”

Jonatahn Borst

Vice President

“Traveling to Rwanda to work along side our community has opened up my eyes to the world, and leading engineering projects for our community has sparked my passion for humanitarian design. Because of EWB I am a more conscious and competent engineer.”

Jada Paddock

Secretary

“Being a member of EWB has made me think about the positive impact my engineering skills can have on the rest of the world as well as how beneficial humanitarian engineering is to more than just the community that we live in or work alongside.”

Ben Mahony

Treasurer

“This organization embodies a dedication to humanitarian engineering - a passion that pushes us to live for others, not ourselves.”

Josh Seo

Event Coordinator

“Not only has EWB allowed me to make great friends, but it also has taught me to think about the needs of the beneficiaries instead of focusing solely on getting to a solution.”

Isabella Morales

Event Coordinator

“I highly encourage all who want to explore how to drive meaningful, positive social impact on communities around the world to join EWB. Travelling with EWB has truly exposed me to what struggles lie beyond our society’s safety bubble and has inspired me to want to go out and help change them.”

Casey Xuereb

Webmaster

“EWB allows me to use the engineering skills I learn in the classroom and apply them to real world problems that touch the lives of many.”

David Gilbert

David Gilbert

“EWB has allowed me to build my engineering knowledge and put it into practice while enhancing my empathy in project development for various people”

Katie Neighbors

Education Minister

“EWB allows student engineers to apply the skills they learn in class to projects that have a tangible impact on the lives of real people. It’s an important reminder of why we take the classes we take and do the work that we do– to help people.”

Lindsay McConville

Education Minister

“I joined EWB to use my engineering skills to create sustainable and creative project solutions, in a way that was both meaningful and impactful. Not only have I been able to do this, but I’ve also found a great community of people within this club.”

Megan Sautter

Public Relations Minister

“EWB is the crossroad between frugal innovation, hands-on humanitarian engineering, and student-led interdisciplinary collaboration. This community inspires and develops our members into the responsible change-makers our world needs and the students desire to be.”

Lauren Serfas

Public Relations Minister

“EWB has given me the platform to develop myself as a critical thinker and leader in a supportive environment. It has also reminded me of how engineers can not only provide technical assistance, but can also empower individuals through a rediscovered sense of hope.”