Zoe Landers
Clark Atlanta University

Zoe Landers is a fourth-year Dual Degree Civil Engineering and Physics student, with concentrations in Structural and Environmental Engineering at Clark Atlanta University, from Huntsville, Alabama. As a student at Clark Atlanta University, she has served as President of the CAU Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers and the CAU Physics Club. She has much experience as a researcher, conducting research with the Georgia Institute of Technology Bio-Physics Laboratory, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Cold Climate Housing Research Center, and the Clark Atlanta University Materials Physics Laboratory. As an Engineering and Physics major, Zoe has led numerous projects including the U.S. Department of Energy Building Challenge and the U.S. Department of Energy Design Challenge. She is currently working as an Industrial Assessment Center Student Researcher/Solar Energy Expert. Zoe hopes to enter the career field of Construction, Infrastructural/Structural, and Environmental Engineering and intends to use her passion to address communities that are disproportionately affected by challenges such as lack of access to public transportation, housing, and the overexposure to air and water pollutants. As a 2022 Volt Energy Utility Environmental Justice Ambassador Fellow, Zoe will intern with Goodr.