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Ducioame named New Face of Civil Engineering

Ducioame named New Face of

Civil Engineering

Alexa Ducioame, P.E., CFM, M.ASCE, a project engineer in the water resources group at Moore Engineering, Inc., has been named one of ten 2018 New Faces of Civil Engineering, Professional Edition by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). This national program recognizes young civil engineers for their achievements and contributions to society.

A native of Grand Forks, North Dakota, Ducioame's career path in floodplain management was influenced by her family's evacuation from their home during the 1997 Red River flood.

She joined Moore Engineering in 2012, after earning her Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of North Dakota.

Ducioame volunteers her time to educate students about careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). She has coordinated viewings of "Dream Big" across the state that included hands-on activities led by local engineers, and through her involvement in the Fargo-Moorhead American Association of University Women (FM AAUW), she developed BrainSTEM, a STEM education program for middle schoolers with workshops led by women and other underrepresented groups in the STEM field.

Ducioame is president of FM AAUW, vice president of ASCEs North Dakota section and is a member of the North Dakota Society of Professional Engineers, where she was chair of the Mathcounts committee for the past four years.