The Work of Engineers Without Borders with Walt Walker, P.E.

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It’s the holidays and that means it’s time for an interview from a philanthropic viewpoint. Walt Walker, a professional engineer with Greeley and Hansen, discusses his work with Engineers Without Borders. Our industry has lots of good people, and Walt represents a shining example of leadership in the water sector. Take a listen and hear how Engineers Without Borders improves lives around the globe and more.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • Engineers Without Borders (EWB) and its mission
  • Where projects are undertaken
  • How projects are selected
  • How EWB gets local buy-in for its projects
  • Walt’s explanation of EWB’s El Salvador project from start to finish (project starting in 2009)
  • How political issues have impacted EWB’s philanthropic projects
  • How EWB measures its impact and project success rate
  • How to get involved with EWB (even if you’re not an engineer!)

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