Ally Phillips is a junior Civil Engineering and International Studies student. While building wells in the desert is certainly a possibility, she instead plans to use her education in the geotechnical consulting field and eventually attend law school for environmental law. Ally has been involved with EWB since her freshman year and is happy to work a project that provides long term benefits to the community. Additionally, she values the opportunity to see this project through research, design, construction, and monitoring. In her spare time, Ally goes on moderately paced jogs, attempts to make ethnic foods, and reads books from around the world that have been translated into English and sold for a reasonable price on Amazon.
Engineering Team Manager
Rachel Broughton is a sophomore Engineering Physics and Math double major at Rose-Hulman and is a very proud member of Engineers without Borders. She is extremely involved in other activities on campus including but not limited to varsity Cross Country and Track and Field, Society of Women Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, and Orchestra. She is also an astounding clarinet player and loves playing for others to listen. Her favorite pastimes besides running are swimming, aqua jogging, listening to Disney music, playing solitaire, eating bananas, and hanging out with her best friends. She has been roofing since sixth grade and therefore has been a crucial part of building for Habitat for Humanity. She is hardworking and strives to be the best engineering physics and math major there is and let me tell you, she sure is.
Fundraising and Marketing Team Co-Manager
Camille Blaisdell is currently a sophomore at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Majoring in the blooming field of Biomedical Engineering, Camille hopes to one day use her education to work on prosthetics. Camille is a very active rosebud. Engineers without Borders is her activity of choice because she loves to help others, research toilet designs, and strive to make a positive difference in the world. Aside from EWB, she participates in the Society of Women Engineers and is a member of the Chi Omega sorority. Camille is a rather speedy runner; thus, she is a crucial member of the Women’s cross country team and distance track team. In her spare time, Camille enjoys swimming laps, intense weightlifting, helping others, going grocery shopping, and visiting petting zoos.
Fundraising and Marketing Team Co-Manager
Dale Conrad is currently a freshman Computer Engineer at Rose-Hulman. She joined Engineers Without Borders so she could use her learned engineering skills to help others. Unfortunately computer engineering doesn’t have much to do with constructing buildings so she turned her efforts to fundraising to help the group. Dale is also a member of SWE (Society of Women Engineers) and proud member of the sorority Alpha Omicron Pi. When not busy doing schoolwork Dale likes to go long distance running, read books, hang out with friends, or sleep because naps are crucial and amazing.
Alexander Lutzow is a sophomore Civil Engineer at Rose-Hulman. He was very interested in the impact that EWB is having on the world and wanted to become a part of it. He plans to enter the field of structures and apply what he has learned from EWB. He is also a member of Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) and during his freshman year was part of the Home for Environmentally Responsible Engineers (HERE). He enjoys nature and has been involved as a volunteer at Bouverie Nature Preserve in Glen Ellen California.
Emily Haussmann is a freshman mechanical engineering major who is considering a minor in chemistry. She believes that the ultimate good is to maximize the happiness and well-being of humanity, and sees Engineers without Borders as one of the most effective ways she can contribute. She hopes to continue helping others in some capacity after graduating. When not volunteering for EWB or doing schoolwork, Emily enjoys reading, and two of her favorite authors are Arthur C. Clarke and George Orwell. She also enjoys making art, and enjoys painting designs on her shoes.
Local Outreach Chair
Louis Campbell is a freshman at Rose-Hulman and is studying to be a Civil Engineer. He is the youngest of the seven children in his family. Louis is an active member of the FIJI fraternity on campus. He has always had a passion for helping others and excels in outreach. Outside of studying, some of Louis’s talents include arm aerobics, roofing, and doing laundry. He is both a gentleman and a scholar.