EWB – Indianapolis Professionals Chapter President’s Message

Welcome to our Chapter’s website! 

“The Engineers without Borders – Indianapolis Professionals is a growing chapter seeking passionate individuals who are ready to tackle engineering issues around the world and at home. I am very excited and honored to serve as President of the Indianapolis Chapter, and I strongly believe in the goals and values of Engineers without Borders, which is to teach and partner with communities in developing countries for long term success.

I also like to call it “Everyone without Borders”, because along with designing much needed water treatment systems, bridges, latrines, and schools, there is a growing need for health professionals, micro-finance knowledge, and marketing. Our vision for the near future includes adding a new program in another community, and expanding our domestic presence to connect with other local non-profit organizations. 780 million people worldwide still lack access to safe drinking water and sanitation, there is much work to be done, and we welcome you to join!

Engineers Without Borders is a not-for-profit, 501c3 Charitable Organization. I personally welcome anyone with a passion for helping others and an open problem-solving mindset, engineer or otherwise, to add your skills to our hardworking team.”

Jenna McGregor

President EWB – Indianapolis Professionals

For additional information regarding the EWB-Indianapolis Professionals chapter, please fill out and submit the form on the “Contact Us” page.

Kenya Water Project – attached below is a copy of a PowerPoint presentation titled Sustainable Safe Water Supply Mayanja-Kibuke, Kenya. In addition to the presentation, more information about this ongoing project can be found on the pages for Kenya Well Project, and Assessment Trip on the menu above left.

PowerPoint Presentation


Project Update – Click on the link below to read a copy of Document 526 Second Post Implementation Report for the Mayanja-Kibuke Sustainable Safe Water Supply project. The report was prepared as a result of the recent project trip in January 2013.

526_Indianapolis_Pros_Mayanja-Kibuke_April_17_2013.pdf – 2.0 MB