Mark Killgore serves as the ASCE Director responsible for the Society’s Raise the Bar initiative. He is also a Research Fellow specializing in transboundary water and energy issues at the University of Texas at Austin.
Prior to joining ASCE staff in late 2011, Killgore spent three years at Puget Sound Energy as a hydro manager, where he oversaw such functions as major capital project development related to dam safety, water management, energy production studies, and strategic planning. He spent nearly 30 years as a consulting engineer and also worked for the Corps of Engineers. He also served as adjunct faculty at Seattle University where he taught water resources engineering and fluid mechanics.
Mr. Killgore received both a Bachelors of Civil Engineering degree and Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from Seattle University (1978) and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering degree specializing in water resources and environmental engineering from the University of Washington (1984). He holds the Diplomate, Water Resources Engineer (D. WRE) specialty certification from the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers and is a licensed Professional Engineer (civil) in the State of Washington. He is a fellow of EWRI.
P.E., D. WRE, M. ASCE, F. EWRI
EWRI Fellow Since 2013