J. ELLEN LONG, P.E., LEED AP Long is the Founder and Owner of Long Engineering, Inc. The firm has offices in Atlanta, Savannah and Birmingham where it provides services in the areas of land surveying, land development, bridge design, transportation engineering, construc-tion inspection and engineering (CEI) and sub-surface utility engineering (SUE). Long Engineer-ing, Inc. has been a Zweig Hot Firm (top 100 fastest growing A/E/P firms in the U.S.) seven times including 2017 (No. 24) and is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary. Founder and President, Long Engineering, Inc. TARA MCCULLEN ANN MASSEY McCullen has managed more than 100 environmen-tal, health and safety (EHS) compliance, sustainability and remediation projects during her 20-year career. Her experience in-cludes outstanding work with ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001, key stan-dards for EHS management systems. Projects she has led have received three Champion of Excellence Awards from the Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals and an ACEC Georgia Engineering Excellence Honor Award. Regional Environmental Services Manager, Burns & McDonnell CEO of Environment & Infrastructure, Wood (formerly Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure Inc.) MEGHAN MCFERRIN Massey’s 30 years of experi-ence has proven an asset as she leads high-performance teams at Wood. Under her lead-ership, the Environment and In-frastructure Solutions business has seen market growth across the globe. Her strengths are in business manage-ment, operations and creating a custom-er-focused culture. STEAM/STEM Program Specialist, Georgia Department of Education McFerrin started with the Georgia De-partment of Education in 2017 helping to lead its STEAM/STEM initiatives, and brings a plethora of experience with her. For over two years, McFerrin spearheaded school and teacher services at the High Muse-um of Art and has held similar educational posi-tions at the University of Georgia and the Georgia Museum of Art. CINDY MATYAS, P.E. EMILY MEADOR, P.E. A National Bridge Inspection Standards cer-tified bridge inspector, Matyas boasts over 20 years experience in bridge hydrau-lics, bridge design, bridge rehabilitation, bridge inspections and load rating services. She started her own firm CMM Engineering Services, LLC in 2010. At the woman-owned Waterhouse Engineering, LLC, Matyas leads a team specializing in transportation drainage, stormwater management and floodplain man -agement, as well as structural design related to bridges and roadway drainage features. President / Senior Engineer, Waterhouse Engineering, LLC Meador is the current Secretary on the Board of Directors for the American Council of En-gineering Companies of Georgia (ACEC Georgia) and a Senior Vice President at Kimley-Horn. In this role, she supports more than 500 engineers in the firm’s Southeast region through strategic planning, senior recruiting and client relations. Senior Vice President, Kimley-Horn EMMY MONTANYE, P.E., LEED AP Principal, Kimley-Horn JULIE MCLEAN, P.E. City Engineer, City of Savannah Named the 2017 Engineer of the Year in Government by the Georgia Society of Pro-fessional Engineers, McLean was the first female engineer the City of Savannah ever hired and the first woman to be named City Engineer. She boasts 30 years of ex-perience, during which she’s managed projects totaling more than $50 million and overseen permitting and inspection for projects totaling over $2 billion. 26 ENGINEERING GEORGIA Named the inaugural 2018 Engineering Impact Award recipient from ACEC Georgia, Mon-tanye is widely recognized as an industry leader. Her most impressive projects include significant contributions to Mer -cedes-Benz Stadium, SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta, Emory Midtown Can-cer Treatment Center, NCR Headquarters and the College Football Hall of Fame.