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Wednesday, Oct 05, 2022

Shaping our Shared Future - Emilee Kaupp

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Emilee Kaupp, C.E.T., an Engineering Technologist based in our Lethbridge office, specializes in the design and construction of municipal infrastructure and land development projects. 

Her day-to-day work includes project management support, design, drafting, survey, construction management, construction inspection, and contract administration services. She is also the Lethbridge office’s representative for Associated’s Young Professionals Group. In this role, Emilee helps promote technical knowledge and business development skills to colleagues with less than ten years of experience.  

A hard worker with a passion to give back to her profession and her community, as well as a natural proficiency to lead, Emilee actively volunteers on committees with several organizations in Lethbridge. Emilee is currently the First Vice President for The Association of Science & Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET), and helps to raise awareness about the important role and value that technologists bring to our communities. 

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"I bring a young female perspective to the ASET Council and assist with diversity and inclusion initiatives, as it relates to gender and the younger generation.”

Emilee is also active on the Lethbridge CANstruction Board, which hosts an annual event called CANstruction. The event showcases the design and construction talent of engineers and technologists, with the added benefit of collecting and donating food items to local food banks, supporting families in need living in southern Alberta.

In addition, Emilee is a member of the Lethbridge College School of Engineering Technologists Joint Advisory Committee, where she conducts program review, curriculum updates, and business discussions as an alumni and member of the industry. 

Through her work and her volunteer efforts, Emilee Kaupp is shaping our shared future!