NSPE Young Engineer of the Year Award

Deadline: January 31

This award recognizes a young NSPE member who has made outstanding contributions to the Engineering Profession and the community during the early years of one's career.

Past Recipients: See a complete list of recipients.

NSPE 2017 Young Engineer of the Year
Erin Wagoner, EIT

Erin Wagoner, MSDErin Wagoner is proud to contribute to the protection of public health through safe water through her work as part of Louisville MSD's environmental stormwater team. Erin is a graduate of the University of Louisville with a Master’s Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering, and has over 15 years of municipal support experience in water resources and stormwater quality programs. Erin currently leads planning, outreach, monitoring, stream restoration, compliance, and regulatory reporting efforts for Louisville MSD’s MS4 stormwater permit program.

Erin is active in the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers and has served on the state and Louisville Chapter Boards of Directors since 2010, including as President of the Louisville Chapter in 2014-2015. She is a 2012 graduate of Kentucky’s Leadership PE program and facilitates the annual Professionalism Session on engineering service. Erin is a founding member of the University of Louisville Engineers Without Borders Chapter, where she led water and sanitation service projects in Gales Point, Belize, and continues to support the organization as an advisor and liaison for charitable giving.

Erin lives in Louisville, Kentucky with her husband, Drew, and their two boys, Walter and George.

NSPE Young Engineer of the Year
Honorable Mentions

Daniel B Humes, P.E.
Manogya Khanal, EI/EIT
Ross A. Kasmann, P.E.
Erin Thompson, P.E.
Brandon Klenzendorf, P.E.