Executive Director (Past President), Awards & Recognition Chair, & Student Affairs Co-Chair
President & Student Affairs Co-Chair
Alex is a young engineer in the Sacramento community looking to help bridge the gap between working engineers and young aspiring student engineers. Alex is a self professed scifi nerd, and has the dream to one day help design a permanent lunar base on the moon.
Vice President (President Elect)
Secretary & Program Chair
Patrick enjoys long walks on the beach, traveling to foreign countries, and drawing roads in microstation. He works for Jacob Engineering as a transportation engineer and is active with ASCE YMF, Engineers Without Borders (pictured in Belize), and Young Professionals in Transportation. Hobbies include home brewing, ultimate Frisbee, and rock climbing. Patrick is always happy to espouse the virtues of being active in ASCE #ascemademe so reach out with any questions!
Education Director & Government Affairs Chair
Golf Tournament Chair
Guy Hopes has been involved with Sacramento ASCE YMF for 9 years, in that time he’s had many positions from Education Director to President. He’s enjoyed his experiences with the Sacramento YMF thoroughly whether it was judging student groups
at Midpac competitions, taking part in a YMF Telescope Peak hike, presenting his research at the international IPWE ASCE conference in Morocco, or lobbying Congress in Washington D.C. for infrastructure based legislature. He has 10 years of
experience in the environmental, water resources, and construction industries and is a Senior Civil Engineer with Sierra West Consultants in Fair Oaks, CA. Serving as Golf Chair he hopes to build the program to new heights with his hard working
“The relationships I’ve formed, places I’ve been, and lessons I’ve learned from ASCE has helped build me into the successful engineer I am today, for that I’m truly grateful to this organization and plan to keep helping out every chance I get.”
Deputy Education Director, Historian & Deputy Student Outreach Chair
My name is Ryan Teves, born and raised here in Sacramento, and I am a recent graduate from CSU-Sacramento with my Bachelor’s (2015) and Master’s (2018) degrees in Civil Engineering. Currently, I work for the City of West Sacramento – Public Works Department and have managed and completed two projects and currently working on finishing my third in the less than one year since being with the City. At work, I enjoy drafting with AutoCAD or CivilCAD, reviewing plans and preparing estimates, project managing, and design support and consultation. This upcoming year I plan on completing my professional engineering license, adventuring to a place I have never been before, and donating my time to schools and organizations that offer volunteer services such as Habitat for Humanity. I am very outgoing and love playing sports or being outdoors. During the spring I enjoy the cool and fresh air, during summer I enjoy the long nights and beautiful weather, during the fall I enjoy the holiday festivities, and during the winter I enjoy hot chocolate and eggnog.
Deputy Programs Chair, Scholarship Committee Chair & Website Coordinator 1
Audrey Dyte is a Water Resources Engineer for Domenichelli & Associates. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science from California State University, Sacramento in 2019. Audrey is a fan of improv comedy, Olympic weightlifting, traveling, and singing. She looks forward to meeting and working with other professionals in the community.
Community Outreach Chair
Student Outreach Chair
Christine Rice is a Professional Civil Engineer with over 5 years of experience in municipal water design and planning including wells, reservoirs, pump stations, pipelines, and treatment systems. She graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a B.S. in Civil Engineering in 2013 and currently works as a Project Engineer for Domenichelli and Associates. In addition to serving as the Student Outreach Co-Chair for YMF, she is also the Junior Director for ASCE Sacramento Section, Sac State Professional Counselor for the Society of Women Engineers, and Treasurer for the Sacramento Area Water Works Association. She is also involved with the Sacramento Valley Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders and traveled to Kenya in 2015 to construct a water supply project. Outside of engineering, Christine enjoys playing ultimate frisbee on a local recreation league and traveling around the world.
Website Coordinator 2