Please join Michael Paddock as he shares the stories of the Marquette University EWB-USA Team during his debut book launch of "Bridging Barriers: How a Community Changed Its Future with Help From Engineers Without Borders USA Volunteers." This program consisted of working with the community to build a water project and construct a bridge over a river nicknamed “The Assassin”.
All book proceeds go to Engineers Without Boarders-Guatemala!
To learn more and to pre-order your copy of Paddock's book, visit: www.Bridgingbarriers.com
Michael Paddock, Senior Engineer at Engineers Without Borders - USA
Michael Paddock grew up in northern Minnesota and attended Michigan Technological University, receiving bachelors degrees in civil engineering and surveying. He is a licensed professional engineer and surveyor whose professional career at CH2M Hill was spent managing teams of over 100 engineers designing infrastructure projects exceeding $1 billion, and he was the youngest-ever recipient of Wisconsin’s “Engineer of the Year” award. After a near-death cancer experience, he was motivated to begin a pro bono engineering career that has delivered over 100 projects with Engineers Without Borders USA, Rotary International, and other nonprofits on five continents over the last 20 years. He currently lives in southeast Wisconsin with his wife Cathy.