GNN Live: Eaton ’05 Talks Climate Change

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For the past 51 years, April 22 has marked the date we have dedicated our efforts to preserve our home planet, Earth. Photo courtesy of BigStock.com


Julie Eaton ’05 is a Brimmer alumna. She has Bachelor’s degrees in Political Science (University of Rochester) and Civil Engineering (UMass Lowell), and a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering (UMass Lowell). In 2005, she started off her collegiate career at Tulane University in New Orleans days before Hurricane Katrina landed. For over a decade, her academic and professional ventures have focused on looking at climate change resiliency and adaptation from policy and design perspectives. She works for Weston & Sampson Engineers and is currently the lead resiliency engineer for the Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) Statewide Resiliency Master Plan.