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Zanna Leciejewski

Assistant Environmental Engineer

Introducing Zanna Leciejewski, a dynamic and driven Assistant Environmental Engineer at Hazen and Sawyer, who is making a significant impact in the world of STEM. Graduating from The Ohio State University in 2021 with a degree in Environmental Engineering and a minor in Public Policy, Zanna has quickly become a powerful influence in her field.

At Hazen and Sawyer, Zanna works on a variety of projects that encompass conveyance, wastewater management, and hydraulic modeling. Her hands-on approach to problem-solving allows her to get down and dirty on job sites and in sewers, while also utilizing her analytical skills back in the office to model existing systems.

Her unique background, which combines engineering and public policy, gives Zanna a distinct perspective on addressing environmental challenges. This multifaceted approach allows her to not only develop innovative solutions but also consider the broader implications of her work on society and the environment.

In conclusion, Zanna Leciejewski is a rising star in the world of environmental engineering. Her dedication, expertise, and passion for making a difference in the world make her an invaluable member of the STEM community and a role model for aspiring engineers.

Tell us about a hobby or activity you enjoy outside your STEM career.

I taught myself to knit about a year ago, and I have really found it to be such a satisfying and fun hobby! In addition, I enjoy running, baking, and exploring Michigan.
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