Elected Region 2 Governor

Portrait of Elizabeth Wheeler - blonde woman smiling at camera

Vision statement

I was introduced to ASCE when I joined Clemson’s student chapter and served as Co-Captain of the Concrete Canoe Team during my Senior Year. When I moved to the Northern Virginia area in 2016, I knew I was going to join the National Capital Section, as I believed it would be a great way to meet new people and help me grow as an engineer. As my time with the Section grew, so did my involvement, starting from the Younger Member Group and most recently finishing my one-year term as President for the Section.

When John Segna informed me last year that NCS has not had good representation at the Region level, I knew that was something that needed changing. My goal as a Region 2 Governor will be to foster more involvement from our NCS members with the Region. I envision my role as a liaison between the Section and the Region to include attending as many Region 2 events as possible and actively promoting Region 2 activities at NCS Board and Section Meetings. By providing a direct link between the two levels, I believe I can help change the lack of representation of NCS in Region 2.

Biographical statement


  • MS, Civil Engineering - Clemson University, 2015
  • BS, Civil Engineering - Clemson University, 2014

Certification and licenses

  • Professional Engineer in the District of Columbia
  • Professional Engineer in Virginia
  • Professional Engineer in Maryland
  • Professional Engineer in West Virginia

Work experience

  • Project Manager, Mosaic Engineering, January 2023 - current
  • Project Engineer, Mosaic Engineering, January 2019 - December 2022
  • Staff Engineer, Mosaic Engineering, January 2016 - December 2018

ASCE involvement

Local level

  • National Capital Section, Past President
  • National Capital Section, President
  • National Capital Section, Vice President
  • National Capital Section, Director
  • National Capital Section, Section Meeting Coordinator

Other volunteer activities

  • March of Dimes Young Professional Board, 2020-2021
  • Homeward Trails Animal Rescue, 2016-2017
  • Discover Engineering Day, 2016


  • President’s Appreciation Award, National Capital Section, 2022
  • Meritorious Service Award, National Capital Section, 2019


  • Atamturktur, S., Stevens, G., Van Buren, K. and Wheeler, E., (submitted, in print), “Assessing the Trade-offs of Fidelity, Robustness, and Self-Consistency for Model Parameter Identification,” Engineering Computations: International Journal for Computer-Aided Engineering and Software (Emerald).
  • Gannon, A., Wheeler, E., Brown, K., Flynn, E., and Warren, W. “A High-Speed Dual-Stage Ultrasonic Guided Wave System for Localization and Characterization of Defects.” IMAC XXXIII A Conference and Exposition on Structural Dynamics, February 2-5, Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, FL, USA.