40 Under 40, 2017 Archives

40 Under 40, 2017: Ingrid Noyola de la Llave

This entry is part 12 of 41 in the series 40 Under 40, 2017

SURVEYING AND PHOTOGRAMMETRY ENGINEER MEXICO AS A STUDENT ENGINEER IN SURVEYING AND PHOTOGRAMMETRY at the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico, Ingrid Noyola de la Llave was student representative of the School Advisory Council of the College of Engineering and Architecture. In 2013 Ingrid and her two best friends created a company dedicated to advanced surveying […]

40 Under 40, 2017: Chethna Ben

This entry is part 13 of 41 in the series 40 Under 40, 2017

ASSISTANT LECTURER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC, SCHOOL OF LAND MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT FIJI CHETHNA BEN, THE DYNAMIC YOUNG GEO-PRACTITIONER, likes to say, “Without definition of what and where something is, we cannot reach it.” Chethna is described by peers and colleagues as ebullient; she loves God, her family, and the environment. She […]

40 Under 40, 2017: Adam D. Crews

This entry is part 14 of 41 in the series 40 Under 40, 2017

OWNER OF CREWS SURVEYING LLC PENNSYLVANIA, USA ADAM CREWS IS A SECOND-GENERATION SURVEYOR; his father worked as a land surveyor in several capacities beginning in the 1970s. Adam started work in surveying when he reached the minimum age he could work for a family member, and he fell in love with the profession. Adam attended […]

40 Under 40, 2017: Alok Srivastava

This entry is part 15 of 41 in the series 40 Under 40, 2017

SENIOR PRODUCT MANAGER OF GNSS AT TOPCON CALIFORNIA, USA NOTING HIS BROAD EXPERTISE and ability to master so many subjects, Alok Srivastava’s colleagues joke that, “this guy must be 100 years old.” After completing his B. Tech (civil) at the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay (Mumbai) in 2005, Alok moved to Ohio to earn […]

40 Under 40, 2017: Adam Schleicher

This entry is part 16 of 41 in the series 40 Under 40, 2017

UTILITY ENGINEER AT THE WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION WISCONSIN, USA WHEN PEOPLE THINK OF SURVEYING, they mainly think of property boundaries and the signifi- cant responsibilities in determining them: the financial and legal implications surveying practitioners bear on behalf of their clients. But this also holds true for other elements of surveying—consider the 3D world […]

40 Under 40, 2017: Sana Khushi

This entry is part 17 of 41 in the series 40 Under 40, 2017

GIS MANAGER IN THE URBAN UNIT PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT PAKISTAN THE POWER AND IMPACT OF GIS and geomatics sciences on the planning, development, human geography, and management of a nation’s built and natural environments are splendidly exemplified by the work and career achievements of Sana Khushi. Sana earned her two masters (in GIS and […]