• Ethics that require the highest level of integrity; ethics that promote honesty, communication, and forthright disclosure; ethics that promote human dignity, value, and respect of diversity; ethics that promote social responsibility and appropriate action; ethics that promote fairness and equitable distribution of time, effort, and resources; ethics that promote responsibility to share skills and resources; and ethics that recognize that people should not be exploited in any form whatsoever.
  • Education that develops a new generation of engineers, who will benefit from seeing the many facets of engineering solutions to problems in developing communities, beyond the technical skills obtained in their basic education; and in the education of host-community partners.​

Our Outreach team in Miramar needs your help immediately. Basic medical supplies, food, and water-purification equipment are in high demand. Make your contribution now.

Meet Our Team

Elana Nasto

  • Marketing Lead

  • Biomedical Engineering 

  • ​en342@drexel.edu

Join Us

Youssef Jouichate

  • Secretary

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • youssefjht@gmail.com

EWB’s main objective is to work with disadvantaged communities worldwide to improve their quality of life. The central tenet of the organization is “to build a better world, one community at a time.”

Our Mission

THE COMMUNITY

OUR VISION

​Casey Lorimer

  • Treasurer

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • casey.a.lorimer@gmail.com


HELPING


Yekaterina Shevchuk

  • Event Coordinator

  • Chemical Engineering

  • kateryna.shevchuk.98@gmail.com 

Our own Engineers Without Boarders board members displaying our chapter at the SWE conference on Saturday 5/20/17. Here we see Teja, Katerina, and Elena showing off what we do and the representing the underrepresented persons in STEM. 

Reach Out

Work with members in your community and make a difference

WITHOUT BORDERS

Weekly General Body Meetings


When: Tuesdays, 06:00 pm – 07:00 pm EST
Where: Greenwalt Conference Room D 

(basement of the Creese building)


If you’re not sure where we meet or have any concerns or questions, please feel free to email Josh McGuckin our Tech Lead at jpmcgu2@gmail.com.


For more information about EWB, please visit the 

Engineers Without Boarders Homepage.


Hannah Devlin

  • ​Miramar Design Lead

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • han.dev16@gmail.com

ENGINEERS

THE WORLD





UTC Design Lead -Sudipti Attri​

Fundraising Lead -Pujan Dedhia
Membership Coordinator -
Angela Albrecht

Travel Coordinator - Roxanna Tehrani





 Sergio Martinez

  • Head of Global Relations 

  • Chemical Engineering

  • vgafu@gmail.com

OUR Projects

Find your inner power by helping others

HELPING


  • Change that can contribute positively to communities; change that, started now, will provide new solutions over time; and change that can interrupt the cycle of poverty.

  • People in host communities who define the development projects and contribute to insuring ownership, appropriateness, and long-term effectiveness; people who can solve their own problems.
  • Partnerships with a broad cadre of institutional, academic, development, and engineering organizations that are willing to assist in building toward a more equitable and sustainable world.
  • Sustainable projects that are symbiotic with the environment, society, and culture and build capacity for people to solve their own problems.

John Henderson

  • President

  • Environmenal Engineering

  • jcbhenderson@gmail.com

Join the movement! Be part of something greater. With almost 300 chapters, EWB USA is growing nationwide all over college campuses. Visit EWB USA to become a professional member and join Drexel's Chapter.

Teja Jonnalagadda

  • La Ceiba Design Lead 
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • teja.jonnalagadda408@gmail.com

DREXEL


Mario Borjas

  • Vice President

  • Computer &Electrical Engineering

  • mlb366@drexel.edu

SWE Conference

Josh McGuckin

  • Tech Team Lead

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • jpmcgu2@gmail.com