About EWB Boston University    
  Established in 2006 at Boston University, we are a group of college students from various majors that all share the same enthusiasm for bringing change and progress to developing communities.

Currently, we are focusing our efforts on improving the health and quality of life in the community of Naluja, Zambia. We aim to do this thrgough various initiatives that are detailed in our projects page.

We are a collegiate chapter directly affiliated with the National chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA and hope to do our part in closing the disparities between communities around the globe.
  Mission Statement: EWB-USA supports community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders.  
  For general inquiries, please email ewbexec@bu.edu    
  Executive Board:        
    President: Alan Pacheco
Major: Biomedical Engineering '15
  Vice-President: Krutika Hosur
Major: Biomedical Engineering '14
    Treasurer: Takamichi Suzuki
Major: Biomedical Engineering '16
  Secretary: Donovan Guttieres
Major: Biomedical Engineering '16
    Program Chair: Shreya Deshmukh
Major: Biomedical Engineering '15
  Fundraising Chair: Kara Le Fort
Major: Biomedical Engineering '15
    Social and Networking Chair:
Teresa Fulcher

Major: Biomedical Engineering '15
  Webmaster: Alan Pacheco
Major: Biomedical Engineering '15
The Boston University Student Chapter of EWB is an officially recognized chapter of Engineers Without Borders-USA
and an officially recognized student group under the Boston University Student Activities Office.
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