Ridgewood, NJ – Alexis A. Clark, P.E., Structural Engineering Trade Manager at HILTI North America, has contributed to the industry she loves, structural engineering, in many ways over the course of her career. Her involvement in industry goes beyond technical contribution by serving at the local, state and national levels of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and empowering the next generation to pursue and succeed in STEM fields through her work as a Concrete Canoe judge, a tenured mentor for the ACE Mentor Program, and as President of the Board of Directors for The Girls interested in Engineering Math and Science (or GEMS) Camp in Texas.
The Engineering Management Institute recently invited Alexis to become one of the co-hosts of their latest podcast, The Structural Engineering Channel. Alexis jumped at the opportunity.
“My number one goal with being the host of the structural engineering podcast is to be that filter to distill relevant, interesting, inspiring information that you would want to know as a structural engineer and deliver it to you in a way that is fun and convenient to access.” – Alexis A. Clark, P.E., Structural Engineering Trade Manager, HILTI North America
Alexis will host The Structural Engineering Channel alongside Mathew Picardal, P.E., also a licensed engineer, practicing on structural projects in California. The show will serve to bring important industry information, including technical and non-technical news, to practicing structural engineers worldwide.
The show has already covered topics including BIM and Collaboration Between Structural Engineers and Drafters, Sustainability and Resilience in Structural Engineering, The Structural Engineering Engagement and Equity (SE3) Project, and CROSS (Confidential Reporting on Structural Safety) Is Now Here in the United States.
“Alexis Clark is a champion for structural engineering and her energetic personality and approach to her career as a structural engineer will make her the perfect host for The Structural Engineering Channel. We have no doubt that she will help to grow the podcast into a leading source of information and inspiration for structural engineers worldwide.” – Anthony Fasano, P.E., President & CEO, Engineering Management Institute