Sanders and Desai help represent women in engineering

Women engineers

Gwendolyn Sanders, P.E., and Karishma Desia, P.E., are circled in yellow.

Eustis Engineering's Gwendolyn Sanders, P.E., Executive Vice President and Engineering Manager, and Karishma Desai, P.E., Project Engineer, made the cover of a special section of the March 2018 edition of ASCE News.  The section detailed the results of the 2017 ASCE Salary Survey, which explored a gender wage gap that, according to the survey, appears mid-career.  Using the gender wage gap as a springboard, ASCE News launched a series in March called Women in Civil Engineering.

2018-04-13T13:36:40+00:00 News|