CH2M’s Lisa Glatch honored with Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award by the University of Colorado Boulder
Executive Vice President of Growth and Sales Lisa Glatch Lisa joins a prestigious group of award recipients that have distinguished themselves through outstanding personal qualities, knowledge and significant contributions to their fields and to the unive
The College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder recognized Executive Vice President of Growth and Sales Lisa Glatch as recipient of the 2017 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award. Established in 1966, Lisa joins a prestigious group of award recipients that have distinguished themselves through outstanding personal qualities, knowledge and significant contributions to their fields and to the university.
“These award recipients remind us of the significant achievement possible through imagination, determination and a sense of service to humanity,” said Dean Bobby Braun. “They are certainly engineers worth emulating.”
Lisa has served our company—as well as the greater engineering and construction industry—with true distinction. Among many accomplishments in her 32-year career, Lisa has driven a client-centric strategy that differentiates our firm’s services and demonstrates exemplary leadership focused on delivering client solutions that pave the way for human progress.
“It is an honor to be named a recipient of the 2017 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award by my alma mater and the College of Engineering and Applied Science,” said Lisa. “I am grateful to the University of Colorado, CH2M and my previous employers in the industry, and especially the clients we serve, who have provided opportunities throughout my career to collaborate on some of the world’s most complex and iconic projects.”
Lisa’s affirmative influence spans six continents, public and private sectors, including professional services, national governments, and diverse industries ranging from consumer products to oil and gas.
Among distinctions that underscore Lisa’s service to the profession and citizenship, Lisa has earned the U.S. Department of Transportation Medal of Honor; served as founding Board Member of the United Way Women’s Philanthropy Fund in Orange County; and on the Board of the national Professional Services Council in Washington, D.C.
Lisa earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in chemical engineering from CU Boulder and is the chair of the college’s Engineering Advisory Council.
CU Boulder’s College of Engineering and Applied Science recognized the recipients of the 2017 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Awards at a banquet April 28.
Interested in making significant contributions in the field that pave the way for human progress? CH2M is hiring! Visit our careers site to apply today, and connect with our recruitment team on LinkedIn.