Meet Us

Dr. Sheryl Staub-French

WiE Faculty Advisor

Dr. Staub-French is an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering.  She received her BS in Civil Engineering from Santa Clara University and her MS and PhD from Stanford University. She has over 15 years of consulting and research experience studying the technological and organizational issues of Building Information Modeling (BIM) implementation.  She is actively engaged with industry to advance BIM adoption, currently serving as a member of the Education and Research Committee of the Canada BIM Council (CanBIM) and the Technical Advisory Committee for the Institute for BIM in Canada (IBC).



Dolma Tsundu

WiE Program Coordinator

Dolma is a third-year Integrated Engineering student pursuing an interdisciplinary biomedical specialization. As an advocate for diversity and inclusion in all areas of her life, she is driven to help WiE redouble its efforts in promoting a welcoming and equitable environment for women and other underrepresented groups in engineering. With a love for working with youth and helping others to harness their full potential, Dolma served as WiE’s Outreach Committee Chair last year. Outside of WiE, Dolma is also passionate about enriching the lives of individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities, and strives to do so through her work assisting with research at GF Strong Rehabilitation Research Lab and coaching rhythmic gymnastics for Special Olympics British Columbia.



Ena Stanic

WiE Program Coordinator
Ena is a third-year Mechanical Engineering student specializing in Thermofluids. As a previous member of WiE’s Community Building Committee, she is excited to expand her involvement this year as a SPC, to more substantially impact and benefit the female engineering community. Aside from her passion to promote equity in the workplace, Ena is also driven to empower and inspire women and other minorities to push for equity, build confidence, and succeed as engineers. She is committed to supporting and encouraging the technical interests of her female peers, especially in cases where fear of stigmatization is a factor.