The ERE Advisory Council provides strategic consultation, professional networking, information exchange, and resource development to assist the ERE Department achieve its mission and provide teaching, research and service to advance engineering practices and meet the needs of the world.
The Advisory Council is an influential ERE constituent advocating for our Department's success. They link our top-notch education to real world needs and challenges. Members are high-performers with experience across a variety of disciplines and sectors related to Environmental Resources Engineering. The Advisory Council meets twice per year and handles duties such as assessing ERE's Educational Objectives and Outcomes, sponsoring student-oriented panel discussions related to engineering practice, coordinating employer information sessions leading to jobs and internships, developing engineering design projects and service learning projects, and promoting the development of ERE and SUNY ESF. While we know Advisory Council members volunteer their service, they claim payment through our student and faculty expressions of gratitude.
|Meghan Platt - Chair||Senior Engineer V||CHA|
|John Camp||Department Manager||C&S Companies|
|Kris Dimmick||Vice President of the Municipal Engineering Division||Bernier, Carr & Associates|
|David Gerber - Former Chair||Vice President Construction and Environmental Services||ARCADIS|
|Swiatoslav Kaczmar||Vice President and Chief Scientist||O’Brien and Gere Engineering|
|Al LaBuz||Job Experience: Remediation Manager||Honeywell International Inc|
|John LaGorga||Senior Project Manager||GHD Consulting Engineers|
|Megan Miller||Program Manager||Parsons|
|Patricia Pastella||Senior Engineer||Development Authority of the North Country|
|David J. Snyder||Senior Process Control Engineer||Onondaga Cnty Dept of Water Environment Protection|
|John Thonet||President||Thonet Associates, Inc.|
|Scott Wheeler - Former Chair||President||Strategy Arts|
Those interested in contacting the ERE Advisory Council should e-mail Teri Frese.