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 three years, Rosie has led the structural design of the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture as well as the structural design and construction supervision of two primary schools.
Prior to joining MASS, Rosie worked for five years at Atkins designing infrastructure around the world, including eight months in the company’s India office as a design coordinator interfacing between UK, India, and Qatar for the Doha Metro. She became a Chartered Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers in 2016 and is also a Corporate Member of the Institute of Engineers Rwanda.