NEWEA Success Story: Isabella Cobble
We set out to develop a collection of stories based on asking members a simple question: “How has NEWEA helped your education, career, or community?” This is one of those stories.
Name: Isabella Cobble
Title: Staff Engineer, Tighe & Bond, Quincy, MA
NEWEA member since 2019
Isabella Cobble is a staff engineer with Tighe & Bond in Quincy, Massachusetts, and a member of the Exhibits, Young Professionals and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committees.
How has NEWEA helped her education, career, and community?
“I have been able to meet so many helpful mentors through my time as a NEWEA member, and NEWEA was a valuable resource for me as I was transitioning from finishing my undergraduate degree in civil engineering to working as a full-time environmental engineer. Attending the Young Professionals (YP) Summit first as a student and now as an entry-level engineer have been amazing experiences, and I’ve been able to gain more confidence with public speaking through presenting my research, networking, etc. Also, going to Poo & Brews has been such a fun way to learn more about the wastewater treatment process and meet other cool people in the water/wastewater industry.”
Continue reading this article here to learn about Isabella’s career and work with Engineers Without Borders.