Spring 2011 Gordon Engineering Leadership Seminar
Join us on Monday, April 4th, for the next session of our Spring 2011 Gordon Engineering Leadership Seminars! Our speaker is Judith Nitsch, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Founding Principal and Chairman of Nitsch Engineering, Inc.
Time: Noon – 1pm (Lunch will be available)
Location: 431 Stearns Center
Judy Nitsch is Founding Principal of Nitsch Engineering, Inc., a 67-person firm in Boston. Established in 1989, the firm has provided civil engineering, land surveying, transportation engineering, planning, sustainable site consulting, and GIS services on projects in 17 states and five countries.
Judy is a graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. She has over 35 years of experience and is a registered professional engineer in 20 states. She is a LEED® Accredited Professional BD+C and a Certified Professional Services Marketer. She received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in 2010.
Her work as a civil engineer has focused on the design, permitting, and management of site development and infrastructure-related projects. Much of her firm’s work includes consulting for and designing the sustainable sites aspects of green building projects.
In 1989, Judy was elected the first alumna member to WPI’s Board of Trustees where she serves as Chair of the Facilities and Campus Infrastructure Committee and as a member of the Executive, Advancement, and Marketing Committees. She is a Trustee of Eastern Bank, and she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and co-chair of its Real Estate Development Committee.
Judy has received many awards including ASCE’s Parcel-Sverdrup Engineering Management Award and the Society of Women Engineers’ Entrepreneur Award. She is a Past President of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts, the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section/ASCE, and the Society of Women Engineers-Boston Section. She is a Fellow of ACEC, SWE, and SMPS.