Who are we?

Our Mission

Engineers Without Borders – USA is a national non-profit 501(c) tax-exempt volunteer organization whose vision is a world in which every community has the capacity to sustainably meet their basic human needs.

The North Texas Professional chapter of EWB-USA was established in January 2005 and is based in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The chapter actively works to further the EWB-USA mission by providing engineering expertise for community-driven development programs while simultaneously fostering education of its members. 

Typical projects address challenges faced by developing communities are:

  • Water Supply and Distribution
  • Sanitation
  • Transportation
  • Infrastructure

EWB North Texas collaborates with local partners and the community during all stages of the project – assessment, analysis, design, implementation and monitoring – and maintains a commitment to the community for a minimum of five years, providing continuing guidance, education, and training to ensure the long-term success and sustainability of the project.

EWB North Texas is looking for people with various backgrounds and skills, including but not limited to: 

  • Food/general science
  • Legal
  • Web Design
  • Public Relations
  • Fundraising

to join our efforts in ensuring the prosperity and well-being of developing communities worldwide.

Our team

President – Manuel Calderon

Vice President – Julie Jones

Secretary – Sana Husain

Treasurer – Julie Jones

Project Coordinator – Larry Bentley 

Fundraising Coordinator – Moises Razo-Madrid

Membership Coordinator – Mackenzie Davis

Student Chapter Coordinators – Larry Bentley and Bill Burnett

Webmaster – Isaac Aguilar

Social Media – Manuel Calderon 

Service Chair – Oscar Cetina