Stressed about election season? Worried you won’t find a candidate who represents all that you believe?
Maybe it’s time for you to eliminate the proxy and run for office yourself.
Marsha Anderson Bomar did. She’s in her fourth term on the City Council in Duluth, Georgia, and talks today about how civil engineering and public office intersect (2:05).
We get a civil engineering “Origin Story” from Fatma Afghan, a student in the United Arab Emirates (16:45).
And in Member Memos, we hear how civil engineers blend policy work into their professional life (20:30).
Listen to the episode below, and subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts.