Meet the Team

Stacey Lamer, P.E., BCEE, LEED AP
CH2M HILL Project Manager, Wastewater

Future City mentor for West Middle School, Lawrence, Kansas

“I have been a Future City mentor for West Middle School since 2005. The talent and insight these students exhibit amazes me every year.  It is so rewarding to see their ideas develop as they learn about existing city design and engineering concepts and successfully apply them to future solutions.”   


Jamie Decker, PE

CH2M HILL Civil Engineer / Project Manager for Water Business Group – Asset Management

Future City mentor for Buckeye Middle School, Columbus, Ohio

“This is my first year being involved with Future City, but I am so excited to be a part of this great competition. Getting students excited about STEM education by giving them the opportunity to see science in action and hands-on experiences is so vital for our future. These types of opportunities are what inspired me to become an engineer and I want to pass that onto the next generation.”

Gary Ostroff

CH2M HILL Civil Engineer and Geographic Information Systems Specialist

Future City mentor for Columbia Secondary School, New York City

“I enjoy learning about cities and what makes them grow and work well, and I love to hear what people think of the cities they live in or like. Today’s students will maintain and enhance the cities of the world: I like to hear their ideas and show how relevant they can be to my work.”

Kate Marney

CH2M HILL Project Engineer

Future City mentor for Columbia Secondary School, New York City

“I see Future Cities as a great opportunity to invest in our future engineers as well as the success of stormwater management practices in the city. A community can have a great impact on their surroundings, including urban drainage, so I am excited to be a part of a program that is teaching kids about the importance of stormwater management and making them more aware of the environment around them.”

Cindy Miller, P.E.

Project Manager, CH2M HILL Government Facilities & Infrastructure

Future City mentor for Queen of Angels Catholic School, Roswell, Georgia

“This is my forth year as a mentor and it is such a rewarding and wonderful experience to see these young kids get excited about engineering and seeing them realize that they can make a difference in the future.”

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