Professional Development Chair
Mike Zettlemoyer, Esquire, EIT
Mike graduated from the University of Delaware in 2005 with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree
while serving as the President of the American Society of Civil Engineers (University of Delaware
student chapter) and conducting undergraduate research for Dr. Michael Chajes. Mike then graduated
from the University of Delaware in 2007 with a Master of Civil Engineering degree, concentrating
in Structural Engineering and Bridge Engineering, and writing his thesis under Dr. Jennifer Righman
McConnell. Mike earned his law degree from The Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University.
Prior to practicing law, Mike worked as a Structural Engineer, and was involved in a variety of
project management, structural analysis, and design projects, as well as forensic engineering
Mike's legal practice draws on his engineering and legal education and experience, and focuses on
the representation of design professionals and others involved in the construction industry. In
addition, he is frequently involved in seminars and lectures on professional liability issues for
design professionals in conjunction with various professional societies. He is licensed to practice
law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Social Events Chair
Joseph Natale, MCE, PE
Joe received his Bachelors and Masters of Civil Engineering at the University of Delaware, and is
a registered Professional Engineer. He currently works as a structural engineer at Parsons
Brinckerhoff, in their Philadelphia office. Prior to joining the private sector, Joe spent five
years at the Delaware Department of Transportation in their Bridge Design section. His primary
areas of expertise are steel and concrete design, engineering software, and geometric roadway
design. Joe also has experience with project quantities and cost estimates, hydraulic modeling
and design, and utility coordination.
In his spare time, Joe is a photographer and computer tinkerer. He also enjoys running, concerts,
and football, though primarily he only cares about the Eagles.
Social Events Chair
Dennis graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil
Engineering. During his time at Pitt, he participated on the club ice hockey team, and traveled to
Ecuador during his senior year to complete his senior design project. Since graduation, Dennis
has been working for McCormick Taylor in their Philadelphia headquarters as a highway designer,
and is currently pursuing his Professional Engineer’s license. He has a wide range of experience
in the various aspects of roadway design, as well as highway occupancy permit reviews, and ADA
ramp review and inspection.
In his spare time, Dennis is an active member of the Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia, participating
on both the Committee on Younger Members and the Communications Committee, and is also an assistant
coach for the West Chester University men’s club ice hockey team. He also enjoys playing ice hockey,
softball, golf, and going to concerts.
Technical Events Chair
Jeremy Pampuch, PE
Jeremy is currently a structural bridge engineer, and certified bridge safety inspector with RK&K
in their King of Prussia office. Since joining the bridge design group, he has been involved with
multiple PENNDOT & PTC projects that include Replacement of SR 22 over the Lehigh River & Canal
($72 million), Relocation of SR 441($12 million), and multiple Design Build projects($500 million+).
He has conducted construction support services, rehabilitation and final design services of multiple
steel and prestressed concrete superstructure bridges throughout the NJ, NY, DE, NC, & PA areas.
His bridge inspection experience totals more than 2+ years.
Prior to working with RK&K, Jeremy was a co-op & full-time Junior Engineer with Gannet Fleming's,
Mt. Laurel, NJ office. There he gained bridge & structural design experience with his involvement
with multiple NJTA, GSP, NJDOT, & NJ Transit new and rehabilitation design projects, that included
on-site inspections. He later moved to NY to increase his design and field inspection & construction
experience with NYDOT, NYCDOT, & LADOTD.
Jeremy graduated from Widener University in 2009 with a BSCE, with additional graduate courses
providing a concentration in structural & bridge engineering. During his time at Widener, he was
an active member of the ASCE student chapter and was VP his final year.
In his spare time, Jeremy can be found riding his bike, hiking, and skeet shooting, and he enjoys
attending live concerts.
Technical Events Chair
Scott Cepietz, PE
Scott is a civil engineer in the transportation department at Michael Baker International. Scott
graduated from Widener University in 2009 with a BS in Civil Engineering and completed his Master's
degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Villanova University in 2014. Scott has worked on
many projects for PennDOT including highway relocations, highway restoration, and intersection
improvements. Scott is currently the lead highway engineer for corridor and intersection improvements
along SR 222 in Berks County for PennDOT District 5-0 along with projects for the City of Philadelphia
and the PA Turnpike Commission. Some of his past projects include SR 441 Relocation Project in the
Borough of Columbia and the SR 34 and Sunnyside Intersection Improvement project in District 8.
Outside of the office, Scott enjoys spending time with his friends, traveling, going to Phillies
games, playing soccer, golfing, and running.
Society Liaison Chair
Ajin Fatima, EIT
Ajin graduated from Drexel university in 2015 with a B.S in Civil Engineering and Engineering Management.
Currently, she is working at Mulhern and Kulp Structural Engineering as a staff engineer. Her responsibilities
are to design the lateral and gravity components of single and multi-family houses. She also interacts with the
clients on a regular basis to ensure that they are provided with the utmost services, while keeping the design
safe and cost effective. Ajin enjoys applying the theory to solve the real world problems and learning from
Ajin was a part of ACE mentorship program when she was in high school, which made her interested in pursuing a
career in civil engineering. When she was in college, she served as a mentor to give the same opportunities to
high school students. She is excited to be a part of YMF board next year and get involved with the volunteering
opportunities that YMF has to offer.
In her spare time, Ajin likes to travel, learn more about different cultures, hang out with her friends and family,
and try out different restaurants. She also likes to play squash.