The core purpose of the Evolving Engineering team is to lead the work with our community of partners to address key issues within the engineering sector and enhance the role of the profession.
Engineering Change Lab Animator
- Holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering as well as P.Eng., MBA, CMA, and PMP.
- After a stint in consulting, he joined EWB’s Vancouver Professional Chapter and helped launch Fair Trade Vancouver.
- Before his current role, Mark travelled to Ghana as a Professional Fellow and was later on EWB’s Executive Team.
Pivot Program Director
- Holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Management & Political Science from Concordia University, and a Master of Science in International Development and Program Management from Lund University in Sweden.
- Comes to EWB having worked in international development and management in the corporate sector, social business, government and research.
- Global experience with roles in Canada, India, Sweden, Kiribati and Germany.
Engineers of Tomorrow Operations Manager
- Holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Queen’s University.
- Worked for 15 years in the pharmaceutical and food industry in production, quality, and continuous improvement before joining EWB.
- Started supporting engineering outreach in university and working with STEM focused program, Science Quest, camps and other activities.
Engineers of Tomorrow Venture Lead
- Holds a degree in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering from Queen’s University.
- Worked for 9 years in engineering and process improvement in Automotive Manufacturing and Mining before becoming an entrepreneur and partnering with EWB.
- Has worked, volunteered and done development work in South America (Peru, Ecuador, and Argentina).
Global Engineering Initiative
- Holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University and a Civil Engineering degree from Concordia University.
- Masters in Mechanical Engineering at University of Calgary in progress with a focus in design, sustainability, and international engineering education.
- Passionate about equipping Canadian engineers to solve 21st century problems.