February 2022
US Army Corp of Engineers - Transatlantic Division

Ms. Ingrid M. Howard, P.E., D.GE, M.ASCE, is a Diplomate, Geotechnical Engineer and the Regional Lead Engineer in the Engineering and Technical Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division (TAD). As the Regional Lead Engineer, she is the subject matter expert and technical advisor for  the engineering aspects of the Transatlantic Division’s Military Construction, Foreign Military Sales, and Host Nation programs. Ms.

May 2022
Merit Engineering, Inc.

Austin Huang is the Principal Engineer Record for Merit Engineering, Inc. in Seattle, Washington.

His design of Buoyancy Compensated Erosion Control Module (Patent no. US 10,214,870 B2 Feb 26, 2019) for USDA NRCS LA-16 Non-rock Alternatives for Louisiana Shoreline Protection demonstrated the best performance in three years of field test among five selected systems.

September 2013
Black & Veatch Corporation

I have been practicing Civil and Geotechnical Engineering for over 35 years. During this time, I have been involved in numerous interdisciplinary engineering projects throughout the United States. 

September 2014
Geotechnica, S.A., Inc.

Mary Ellen Bruce is the Technical Activities Manager for the Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) responsible for assisting technical aspects of committee work, research, publications, seminars, journal, magazine and strategic planning.

August 2020
Lifrieri Consulting and Forensics, LLC

Dr. Lifrieri has more than 50 years of applied geotechnical, geological, geohydrological and geoenvironmental experience as Managing Principal, Project Manager, Project Engineer, Engineering Geologist, and Geo‐hydrologist on a variety of projects.  Dr. Lifrieri has two Baccalaureate degrees, one in Geology and one in Civil Engineering, both from the City College of New York.  He has a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering and a Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering, both from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

August 2014
SSL: Communications Consulting

S. Scot Litke is owner of SSL: Communications Consulting and a regular writer for the Deep Foundation Institute's Magazine in a new column called "Beneath the Surface”. He is the former Editor of Foundation Drilling Magazine and serves as an advisor to the ADSC: The International Association of Foundation Drilling. Scot was the ADSC Executive Director from 1982-2009.

November 2017
Lourie Consultants

David E. Lourie, P.E., D.GE, is CEO and Founder of Lourie Consultants, a geoprofession firm based in Louisiana near New Orleans.  He has been a practicing geotechnical engineering and geoenvironmental consulting for nearly 40 years.  David was born in Chicago, Illinois, and growing up, he lived in Florida and Iowa before returning to Chicago.  He earned his undergraduate and master’s degrees in civil engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago.

September 2013
Texas A&M University

Dr. Lytton is a Professor of Civil Engineering in the Zachry Civil Engineering Department of the Texas A&M University.

June 2020
Duffield Associates, Inc.

Guy F. Marcozzi, P.E. is a graduate of the University of Delaware where he earned his Bachelor of Civil Engineering (with a focus on Structural Engineering) in 1985 and his Master of Civil Engineering (with a focus on Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering) in 1988. Guy formerly served as an Adjunct Professor in Engineering, on the University’s Engineering Advisory Council and is presently honored to serve on its Board of Trustees.

March 2019
Geocomp Corporation

William Allen Marr, Jr., Ph.D., P.E., D.GE, NAE, F.ASCE (became D.GE in November 2009)

January 2020
Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.

Matthew Meyer is a Professional Engineer with about 25 years of geotechnical engineering experience and is a Board Certified Diplomate Geotechnical Engineer by the Academy of Geo‐Professionals. Matt is a Principal/Vice President with Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc., a multi‐discipline, civil engineering, environmental consulting and geotechnical engineering firm. Matt has a B.S. in civil engineering from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, and an M.S. in civil engineering from Virginia Tech.

September 2013
Colorado School of Mines

Dr. Priscilla Nelson, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, originally joined the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2005 and served a term as Provost and Senior Vice-President for Academic Affairs.

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