Alyse, 29, designs HVAC systems that positively impact the environment by reducing energy consumption and carbon footprints. Recognized as one of the emerging leaders at Interface Engineering, Alyse is responsible for designing efficient mechanical systems and implementing energy conservation measures in schools, hospitals, offices and laboratories. Alyse was inspired to pursue engineering by her high school calculus and physics teacher who made math and science fun and was one of her first examples of a woman in STEM. Alyse was the first person in her family to graduate from college, and gives back to her community by mentoring students with the First Graduate Program.
LEED AP BD+C
Nominated by Name:
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Feature of the week?:
Penn State University/Architectural Engineering, B.A.E.