Engineering Professionalism and Ethics
Kimberlee Bernson DeBosier, P.E.
Director, Operations – WGI
Friday, February 18, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
What does it mean to be an engineering professional? How can you become a leader in your organization? From the Code of Ethics for Engineers to real-life examples of situations where leadership and ethics can come into play, learn more about engineering ethics. Hear about professionalism, leadership, and ethics from a practicing engineer.
Kimberlee DeBosier, P.E., graduated from Michigan State University in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and obtained her Master of Business Administration from Louisiana State University in 1986. She became a registered professional engineer in 1981 and has worked as a consulting civil engineer for 44 years. Ms. DeBosier was the first female engineer in each of the offices in which she worked. In 1995, she and two colleagues formed Bayside Engineering, Inc. Ms. DeBosier served as its President until Bayside was acquired in 2016. Kim started her next dream job at WGI, a 600-person national multi-discipline planning, engineering, and geospatial services firm, where she is Director of Operations.