Mario Borjas

  • Vice President

  • Computer &Electrical Engineering


John Henderson

  • President

  • Environmenal Engineering


Hannah Devlin

  • ​Miramar Design Lead

  • Mechanical Engineering


Reach Out

Work with members in your community and make a difference

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 

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Join Us

Youssef Jouichate

  • Secretary

  • Biomedical Engineering


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



​Casey Lorimer

  • Treasurer

  • Mechanical Engineering



Find your inner power by helping others


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. 

 Sergio Martinez

  • Head of Global Relations 

  • Chemical Engineering



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

For more information about EWB, please visit the 

Engineers Without Boarders Homepage.

Yekaterina Shevchuk

  • Event Coordinator

  • Chemical Engineering


Teja Jonnalagadda

  • La Ceiba Design Lead 
  • Mechanical Engineering



SWE Conference

Josh McGuckin

  • Tech Team Lead

  • Biomedical Engineering



OUR Projects

UTC Design Lead -Sudipti Attri​

Fundraising Lead -Pujan Dedhia
Membership Coordinator -
Angela Albrecht

Travel Coordinator - Roxanna Tehrani

  • 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.

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.

  • 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.​