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Healey, who joined the firm in 2017 as a co-op student, is now a full-time Mechanical Engineer. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Applied Physiology, from Georgia Tech in December of 2019. She was a fifth generation Georgia Tech student.
Newcomb & Boyd is proud to welcome our new co-ops for Spring 2020. These young men and women have accumulated an impressive amount of experience both academically and personally. They are heavily involved in campus organizations and professional societies, all while also contributing to MEP projects that are developing their practical skills and knowledge in their respective fields of study. Get to know more about them as they contribute to the success of Newcomb & Boyd and embark on their future careers.
It is with great pleasure that we announce two new Associate Partners, six new Senior Associates, and fifteen new Associates. Their dedication, enthusiasm, technical expertise, and commitment to serving our clients are but a few of the reasons we are so pleased they are part of Newcomb & Boyd.
Join us in celebrating the achievements of this fantastic group of consultants and engineers!
Mahsa joins Newcomb & Boyd’s Energy and Sustainability Group as a Sustainability Consultant. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from the University of Mazandaran in Iran in 2009. She also earned her Master of Architecture from the University of Massachusetts in 2015, and is expecting to earn her Ph.D. in Building and Construction Technology from the university this month.
Founded and led by Engineering Professor, Takoi K. Hamrita, The Global Women in STEM Leadership Summit is a two-day summit dedicated to giving women in scientific and technological fields from all career paths access to powerful tools, strategies and connections to advance their careers and their lives.
Here’s what we have to say about this years’ summit: