Founders are philanthropic leaders - dedicated to improving the profession of civil engineering through an impact gift that goes above and beyond their annual giving.
To become a Founder, a philanthropic investment of $20,000 or more, payable over 1 to 3 years, is contributed. This dynamic gift can be unrestricted, or you can choose to have your gift benefit a vital ASCE program that is important to you.*
*Restricted program gifts must be discussed with Foundation staff prior to the contribution being given.
Christopher B. BurkeJohn L. & Karen E. CarratoJon D. Magnusson Vilas & Ingrid MujumdarRobert P. Wadell
John L. & Karen E. Carrato
Because of John's dedicated board service and passion for structural engineering, John and Karen are designating their gift to benefit the SEI Futures Fund.
Vilas & Ingrid MujumdarBecause of Vilas’ distinguished career, he and his wife, Ingrid, are designating their gift to benefit the continued understanding and education of civil engineering around risk mitigation.
Christopher B. Burke
Because of Chris' passion for teaching and for the future of the civil engineering profession, Chris is dedicating his gift to benefit the Excellence in Civil Engineering Education (ExCEEd) Teaching Workshop.
A heartfelt thank you and warm welcome to our newest Founder:
Mr. Wadell, an active ASCE member for almost 50 years, demonstrated
his leadership as a significant investor in the civil engineering profession by
choosing to support the philanthropic efforts of the ASCE Foundation.
If you are interested in becoming a Founder, contact Jen Ilchishin, Manager of Major Gifts, at
(703) 295-6092, or at [email protected].
Together, we can discuss how your passion for civil engineering and philanthropy can enhance the future of this great profession.