Because the natures of surveying and civil engineering change rapidly, dynamic leaders don’t stand still and let the changes pass by; such is Christine Gayron. She has a BS in geology and is a licensed land surveyor in New York State. She started her career in civil engineering and land surveying back in 2000. By 2002, she was a project manager for utility infrastructure projects and for high-order control surveys. After becoming licensed in 2010, Christine founded Gayron de Bruin Land Surveying and Engineering (GdB), a firm that has embraced multiple advanced technologies.
Christine is active in many professional organizations and is the New York younger member delegate for the NSPS. She is also on the board for the American Society of Civil Engineers, Long Island Branch, and is on the faculty of the online learning service, GeoLearn. Christine is married to a NY City firefighter. They have three children and live on Long Island. She’s also an avid cyclist and competes in triathlons.