Alison Kuhlman is a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines with a degree in Environmental Engineering and a minor in Humanitarian Engineering. While at Mines she was involved in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and both formed and led the missions team. Passionate about drinking water she continued her career at Denver Water in drinking water treatment engineering at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment as a drinking water analyst. After getting married, she relocated to the Western Slope of Colorado and works in the environmental engineering field. Alison is excited that Engineering for Hope combines some of her favorite things: Jesus, missions, social justice, and cross cultural relationships, and mentoring college students in all of them!