PEGASUS Award

Deadline: March 31
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PEGASUS NOMINATION FORM

The Professional Engineers in Government is administering the annual PEGASUS Award program. The Professional Engineer in Government Achievement and Service in the United States Award recognizes the engineer who has made the most outstanding contribution to the advancement and practice of engineering. The PEGASUS award will honor a registered professional engineer employed by a state, regional, county, special district, or municipal government.

Past Recipients: See the complete list of recipients.

2016 PEGASUS
Danielle P. Slaterpryce, P.E.

Danielle P. Slaterpryce, P.E.Ms. Slaterpryce has been a member of NSPE and the Florida Engineering Society for 20 years and is a Fellow member of the Florida Engineering Society (FES). She has been active in FES for 20 years and has served on the FES Board of Directors in various capacities for the past 16 years. She was the FES State President in 2008-2009. She was honored with the Florida Engineer in Government Engineer of the Year award in 2015.

Ms. Slaterpryce is also an active member of the Florida Association of County Engineers and Road Superintendents (FACERS) and served as their President in 2008-2009. She devotes time to several other professional organizations including; the American Public Works Association (APWA), the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA), the National Association of County Engineers (NACE), the Florida City and County Management Association (FCCMA), and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).

Ms. Slaterpryce has worked as an engineer in public service for 20+ years. She began her public service in St. Johns County, Florida as a staff engineer.  In the ensuing years she’s worked as; the St. Johns County, Florida Solid Waste Director; the Putnam County, Florida Public Works Director; the Okaloosa County, Florida Public Works Director; the City of West Palm Beach, Florida Engineering & Public Works Director; and lastly the City of West Palm Beach, Florida Assistant City Administrator. She strongly believes that working in the public sector is a calling and is very grateful to have been able to answer that call.