Grad SWE Officers


President Maria Warren swegrad@gmail.com

Maria Warren is a Civil Engineering Ph.D. Candidate at Georgia Tech. As leader of GradSWE, she is committed to building an inclusive community for graduate students of all genders at Tech. She graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology with a B. S. in Civil Engineering. Her research involves application of experimental methods and fracture mechanics to understand the residual behavior of steel structures under dynamic loads. Besides enjoying her work in the lab, Maria likes to play soccer, travel, and hang out with her dog.


Vice President
Lindsey Trejo gtgradswevp@gmail.com

Lindsey Trejo is a third year Ph.D. student in Bioengineering. She received her B.S. in Biosystems Engineering and Biochemistry from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln and M.S. in Biokinesiology from the University of Southern California. She currently studies passive elastic ankle exoskeletons to improve walking in older adults and how the exoskeletons change underlying tissues, such as muscle and tendon.

Treasurer Isabella Sanders gradswesecretary@gmail.com

Isabella Sanders is a Ph.D. student in Industrial Engineering, with a concentration in Supply Chain Engineering, at the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering. She holds a B.S. in Mathematics with minors in Management Science and Ancient & Medieval Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Her main research interests include hyperconnected fresh supply chains and logistics. She is also the current Graduate Programs Chair Elect at the society level in SWE.


Industry Relations
Mayar Allam gtgradsweindustry@gmail.com

Mayar Allam is a second-year Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering between Georgia Tech/ Emory University. Her research is related to developing novel imaging tools to understand how the immune system interacts with human cancers. Outside of the lab, she enjoys traveling, cooking, painting, and learning new languages. She is excited to work with GradSWE this year as the industry chair.