Alina Gavrilov - Columbus
Alina Gavrilov (she/her) is a bridge engineer and project manager for the City of Columbus and the Professional Advancement Instructor for Station1, a nonprofit higher education institution focused on socially-directed science and technology. She graduated with a degree in humanitarian engineering and mathematics from Baylor University in 2021, when she moved to Columbus, OH for her current job with the City. She has since been exploring the vibrant local foodie scene and diving into any opportunity to explore her professional interests in resilient infrastructure, equitable engineering design, and municipal public policy. Alina is involved in multiple professional engineering societies with local and international chapters, and she enjoys mentoring high school students through the college admissions process and picking up data analysis and coding skills on the side. You can find her attending a local poetry night, avidly listening to podcasts, running, thrifting, and having a long talk with a friend.