Carol Martsolf, P.E., F.ASCE, a vice president and chief learning officer at Urban Engineers, in Philadelphia, has been named a fellow by the ASCE Board of Direction.

Martsolf runs the Urban Training Institute, the national, corporate-wide training function of Urban, including programs for clients. Urban is a multidisciplinary planning, design, environmental, and construction support services consulting firm.

Martsolf has developed over 150 technical courses for PDHs for engineers and issued over 15,000 PDH credits to students. She also currently chairs the Council on Standards Development for the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).

She has 26 years of professional engineering experience, and, following a bolstered passion for helping others, switched gears into training and development midway in her career. Her enthusiasm and love for engineering is exemplified through her work and her involvement both within her community and in the engineering world.

Martsolf is an ASCE Region 2 governor, and also serves as vice chair of ASCE’s Members of Society Advancing Inclusion Council (MOSAIC), providing leadership in all matters of diversity and inclusion within the civil engineering community. She is a past president of the Philadelphia Section.

A graduate of Temple University, she is a professional engineer in the state of Pennsylvania as well as a project management professional and a certified professional in talent development.