Young Professionals Webinar Panel
Setting the Stage for your Career
Join AWRA Florida for a Young Professionals Webinar Panel to hear from Martin Brenny, P.E., Kellie Clark, P.E., Matt Brosman, P.E., CFM, and Christian Harvey, P.E. of Kimley-Horn discuss their experience building relationships, getting involved, mentoring, and networking in the Covid era.
Topic: Setting the Stage for your Career
Speakers: Martin Brenny, P.E., Kellie Clark, P.E., Matt Brosman, P.E., CFM, and Christian Harvey, P.E., Kimley-Horn
Format: GoToMeeting (no additional software needed), link will be sent upon registration
Continuing Education Hours (CEHs): One (1) CEH will be provided to attendees.
Date: October 26
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Eastern
Cost: Free (Lunch will not be provided)
Martin Brenny, P.E.
Martin Brenny has 16 years of civil engineering experience. Martin has had extensive involvement in private-sector projects with services ranging from due diligence and master planning to site, stormwater, and utility engineering. He has a strong background and working history with permitting, development review staff, and St. Johns River Water Management District. His background includes sanitary pump station design, potable water design, and drainage analysis for large scale development projects. Martin currently serves in a Regional Production Manger role assisting with the implementation of quality, contract review, work planning, and coordinating workload within Florida. Martin earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and is a registered Professional Engineer in Florida.
Kellie Clark, P.E.
Kellie has 13 years of water resources engineering experience. She has provided project management, GIS, modeling, design, and permitting services for wetland restoration projects, regional stormwater treatment facility projects, TMDL analyses, resiliency analyses, and stormwater retrofit projects, as well as watershed management programs ranging from less than 15 square miles to over 800 square miles. Her practice is focused on partnering with communities to tackle complex flooding and water quality issues. This often includes developing stormwater master planning and watershed management plans to identify resilient solutions for clients throughout the state of Florida. Kellie is located in Fort Myers, Florida.Matt Brosman, P.E., CFM
Matt has eight years of experience in hydrologic and hydraulic modeling and floodplain management. He has led efforts or helped on multiple watershed management plans and stormwater master plans in Arcadia, FL, Miami Beach, FL, and Frisco, TX, among others. Matt has a thorough understanding of FEMA processes and NFIP regulations, and has been a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) since 2017. Matt is experienced with developing and manipulating digital elevation models, and is proficient with both 1D and 2D hydraulic modeling. He has extensive modeling experience with ICPR, XPSWMM, and HEC-RAS, as well as GIS data management, analysis, and visualization.
Christian Harvey, P.E.
Christian has six years of experience with a focus on hydrology/hydraulics, surface water, and GIS. She is experienced in GIS and modeling for surface water improvements. Her project experience includes the preparation of estimated quantities, costs, and bid documents. Christian's software experience includes ICPR, AutoCAD, StormCAD, FlowMaster, GIS. HEC-RAS and HEC-HMS. Christian's surface water experience includes serving as project analyst on the following projects: hydraulic modeling of the Owl Creek watershed in Lee and Charlotte counties; updating the surface water management system (including designing stormwater conveyance features and hydrologic/hydraulic computer modeling) for the Babcock Ranch Community Phase 1B.1 in Charlotte County; providing hydrologic/hydraulic evaluation of the existing stormwater management system for the City of Arcadia’s watershed management plan; providing environmental restoration and design of a regional stormwater treatment facility in the Dona Bay watershed in Sarasota County; and water quality improvements for the Hendry Creek west branch in Fort Myers.
For more information, contact Allison Lewis.