Engineers Without Borders was founded in 2002 with a simple goal: help small communities in the developing world meet basic infrastructure needs by connecting them with engineers with experience in those areas. Members collaborate with communities to find sustainable solutions for sanitation, water supply, agriculture, energy, and civil works.
The Boston chapter of EWB was created in 2005 to further this mission. We are an official member chapter of the EWB-USA organization.
You can find the members of our current leadership team below.
|Colombia Project||Mark Barosky and Liz Nicolfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Costa Rica Project||Rich Martorana and Barbara Piperemail@example.com|
|Honduras Project||Claire Barkerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tanzania Project||Barbara Piperemail@example.com|