Ongoing EWB-USA Atlanta Projects.

The EWB-USA Atlanta Chapter has been working this year to adopt a new program through EWB-USA. We have recently adopted a program partnering with the “Cerro Verde” community in the Manabi Area (West Coast) of Ecuador and a local NGO Engineers in Action (EIA).


Who We Are

A commitment to delivering sustainable engineering projects with a focus on community involvement both locally and abroad.

Established in 2005 by a small but determined group of engineers, EWB-USA Atlanta is the only professional chapter of EWB-USA in Georgia. While the chapter primarily consists of engineering professionals, it also relies on contributions from individuals in a wide range of disciplines.

EWB-USA Atlanta is currently involved in multiple domestic and international projects. For international projects, members travel to the community that has requested help, assess the sites, establish a community partnership, design the appropriate solution, and procure funding. EWB-USA Atlanta then manages and implements the project with hands-on help from the local population... read more.

  • Civil Engineers

    percent of our members are practicing civil/environmental engineers.

  • Mechanical Engineers

    percent of our members have a background in mechanical engineering.

  • Other Engineers

    percent of our members have a background in another engineering field.

  • Non-Engineering Professionals

    percent of our members are professionals outside of engineering. You do not need to be an engineer to be a member of EWB!

Meet the Team

EWB-USA Atlanta Executive Board Members
Damien Di Vittorio
Damien is a civil engineer with Columbia Engineer and has been involved in EWB-USA for over 6 years He has served many leadership roles including president for the EWB-USA SIUE Student Chapter. His experience with EWB-USA and EWB-Canada has provided him the opportunity to work with communities in Honduras, Guatemala, Liberia, and Ghana.
Scott McDonald
VP of Operations
Scott, an Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of Western Ontario, has devoted his career to the delivery of IT services to large corporate clients with HP and EDS . Eager to bring my extensive program management and leadership skills to help the EWB Atlanta chapter deliver to our local community and abroad.
Mckinley Dorne
VP of Finance
Mckinley Dorne is an electrical engineer with a specialty in renewable energy and sustainability. Mckinley is eager to bring his extensive project management and leadership skills to help the Atlanta USA EWB chapter. Mckinley is passionate about his family and helping others. Mckinley is a Protection and Control Engineer for Georgia Power.
Heather Bowman
Student Chapter Liaison
Heather Bowman is an engineer with CH2M HILL. She has a range of environmental compliance and auditing experience serving both Department of Defense and industrial clients. She has been a member of EWB-ATL for several years serving in several chapter leadership roles. Currently, she is serving as a liaison between the professional chapter and the student chapters in Georgia and Alabama. She holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Auburn University.

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