Daniela Malott, EIT, A.M.ASCE, is the recipient of the Daniel W. Mead Prize for Younger Members for her paper “The Ethical Risk Associated with Natural Disaster Prevention.” Malott, a civil associate at RBF Consulting, a company of Michael Baker Corporation, has a strong civil engineering background with water resources and storm drain, focusing in the areas of hydrology, master planning, storm-drain design, and hydraulics. A native of Columbia, Malott graduated with a bachelor’s degree from California State University Long Beach in 2012 and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in hydrology and water resources at the University of California Irvine. Prior to working for RBF, she interned for Los Angeles County Department of Public Works in 2012. Heavily involved with ASCE, Malott joined the Society’s California State University Long Beach Student Chapter and almost immediately became vice-president in 2011-2012. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, she continued her involvement with the Orange County Younger Member Forum as student chapter liaison. Later, she became the internal activities co-chair and historian.
Malott Honored with ASCE’s Daniel W. Mead Prize for Younger Members
August 8, 2014