Engineers have the theoretical and practical skills to generate technology equality, which is essential to conquering poverty.
Rosie Goldrick joined MASS in the Kigali office in September 2016 as a structural engineer through Engineers Without Borders. She now leads the growing engineering team in the design and implementation of projects throughout East Africa. Over the last year Rosie has led the structural design of the African Rural University library in Uganda, the new headquarters for One Acre Fund in Kenya and two primary schools in Rwanda.
Prior to joining MASS, Rosie worked for Atkins for five years designing infrastructure. Her role on the Doha Metro project included carrying out concrete element designs of a series of underground stations followed by working in Bangalore, India for 8 months as a design coordinator interfacing between UK, India and Qatar. She has also led volunteer projects in school construction in both rural Thailand and Ghana. Rosie completed her Masters of Engineering degree in Civil Engineering and Architecture from the University of Southampton in 2011 with First Class Honors and Architecture RIBA Part 1 (equivalent to three years of study). She became a Chartered Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers in 2016.