Sherri Hersh

Sherri Hersh has been with ABET for nearly 16 years. Originally a member of the ECEI (Engineering Credentials Evaluation International) team, she joined the Accreditation Department in late 2006 when ABET decided to undertake accreditation activities for programs outside the U.S. In just over 13 years, Hersh has seen ABET’s international market grow to accredit… Read more »

Lorraine Fleming

Lorraine Fleming is a Professor of Civil Engineering at Howard University. She received her bachelor’s degree from Howard University and her doctoral degree from University of California, Berkeley. Fleming has been involved in ABET accreditation since 1999 and has served as an ASCE Program Evaluator (PEV), and an EAC Team Chair Commissioner. She currently serves… Read more »

Karen Tarnoff

Dr. Karen J. Tarnoff is the Associate Dean for Assurance of Learning, Assessment and International Programs for the College of Business and Technology at East Tennessee State University. In this capacity, she coordinates the assessment of student learning outcomes across seven diverse departments (Accountancy; Economics and Finance; Management and Marketing; Computing; Military Science; Engineering, Engineering… Read more »

Winston Erevelles

Winston Erevelles is a Professor of Engineering and the Dean of the School of Science, Engineering and Technology at St. Mary’s University. As the chief academic and administrative officer, he is responsible for the school’s academic programs, furthering education innovations and building the school’s national and international reputation. To date, Erevelles has helped raise $36… Read more »

Tom Hall

Tom Hall is Professor Emeritus, Northwestern State University of Louisiana, where he taught Electronics Engineering Technology from 1995 until 2010. He retired as a Colonel from the U.S. Army having served for 26 years. As department head, he was responsible for the initial accreditation of the Electronics Engineering Technology program and the creation of Louisiana’s… Read more »

Stephen Phillips

Stephen Phillips serves as Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering. Phillips received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Cornell University and master’s and doctorate degrees in electrical engineering from Stanford University. From 1988 to 2002, he served on the faculty of the Case School of… Read more »

Scott Danielson

Scott Danielson, Ph.D., P.E., F. ASME, has been at Arizona State University since 1999 and has served as a faculty member, an associate dean and a department chair (for over 12 years). His professional service roles at the national level have focused on four engineering organizations — ABET, ASME, ASEE and SME. Within ABET, he… Read more »

Rebecca Popeck

Rebecca Popeck is a licensed Land Surveyor at Rosemont based SPACECO, Inc., a civil engineering, land surveying and consulting firm. Popeck studied Land Survey Engineering and Civil Engineering at Purdue University’s West Lafayette Campus earning bachelor’s degrees in both disciplines. She has been a licensed Illinois Land Surveyor since 2005. Popeck has spent almost 20… Read more »

Rajendra Raj

Rajendra K. Raj, Ph.D., is a Professor of Computer Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology. His research is at the nexus of data science, cybersecurity, and distributed computing, as applied to critical infrastructure protection and healthcare. Interested in cybersecurity education, Raj helped to launch RIT’s MS program in computer security in 2004, and to… Read more »

Patsy Brackin

Patsy Brackin is a Professor in Mechanical Engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, where she also serves as Director of Engineering Design. Her B.S. and M.S. are from the University of Tennessee, and her Ph.D. is from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She has significant industry experience and is a licensed professional engineer and a… Read more »