Noha El-Ghobashy, president of Engineering for Change, LLC (E4C), a global alliance that facilitates the development of engineering solutions to improve quality of life in under-served communities worldwide, has been selected by the American Association of Engineering Societies as the recipient of the 2013 Kenneth Andrew Roe Award.
The award recognizes an engineer who has been effective in promoting unity among the engineering societies. El-Ghobashy is being recognized for fostering collaboration among engineering societies to deliver multi-disciplinary, sustainable solutions to address quality-of-life challenges throughout the world.
Besides her role with E4C, the online collaborative forum for engineers (www.engineeringforchange.com), El-Ghobashy is also director of engineering for global development at ASME in New York, where she leads the development of new programs in emerging technology areas and markets.
To learn more about E4C and join this lively community of more than 12,000 engineers, visit the Engineering for Changewebsite and register to become a member.