Deborah A. Snyder (BSCE 1999) wins the 2010 Edmund Friedman Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement from the ASCE

The Edmund Friedman Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement is made to younger members of ASCE who are judged to have attained significant professional achievements by the degree to which they have served the profession and contributed to public service outside their professional careers. Deborah Snyder is currently a Technical Operations Manager and Project Manager with CDM Federal Programs Corporation. Her projects include providing assessment services to the EPA for multiple sites; developing over 350 work plan addenda for the Department of Transportation for the removal of asbestos in Libby, MT; and the civil site design of a system upgrade for Denver's Metro Wastewater Reclamation District. Deborah has received multiple awards and has been featured in Workforce Diversity, a magazine for women and minority professionals. One of her greatest contributions to Civil Engineering was her involvement with the ASCE Task Committee that planned the 2006 Summit on the Future of Civil Engineering. Deborah continues to be involved in ASCE with her recent appointment to the ASCE Strategic Planning Committee.

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