Emmy Montanye brought practical advice by the bucket-load to the Hyatt Distinguished Alumni Leadership Speaker Series Sept. 20. She used lessons from her experiences to offer students a guide to turning their engineering education into a fruitful career, sharing what she called five “buckets” of skills she’s picked up through her career paired with a practical example. Ultimately, they all came down to one thing: relationships.
What does it mean to be a leader? We asked some of our most-successful alumni and a few of our faculty members to answer that question and to put leadership in the context of our work as civil and environmental engineers.
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering added four new advisers this fall. Michael Houlihan, Emmy Montanye, Christopher Pappas and Wassim Selman joined the School’s External Advisory Board to counsel CEE’s leadership on everything from curriculum and fundraising to communications and recruiting.
Alumna Emmy Montanye is among the women making a difference in her community and leaving a mark on business in Atlanta, according to the city’s business newspaper. The Atlanta Business Chronicle named Montanye, B.S. 1982, one of its 2015 Women Who Mean Business Oct 22.