Mollie C. Gosnell, American Society of Certified Engineering Technicians (National Communications Manager)

I am a retired civil designer and the current ASCET National Communications Manager. I have served as the Western and Pacific Northwest Regional Vice Presidents. I have attended all but 2 Annual Conference and Expo’s since becoming a member in 2005. I was able to attend all the Executive Committee meeting while I was a member of the board. I was successful in starting chapters in Riverside, Phoenix, and Albuquerque. All three chapters are currently inactive and looking for new leadership. Please reach out to your Regional Vice President if you would like to help reactivate these chapters.

As National Communications Manager, I represented ASCET at the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) conferences in 2018 and 2019. I helped get the partnership agreement with ASHE and am working to get one in place with Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE). I hope to represent ASCET in the future at the SFPE conferences. I am also the Chairman of the Honors and Awards committee. This committee was successful in updating its section of the P&P manual. Next month the committee will be choosing award recipients for the 2019 calendar year to be presented during the 55th Annual Conference and Expo (ACE).

As a member of the ACE committee I am looking forward to our upcoming 55th Annual Conference and Expo in Myrtle Beach, SC November 7th, 2019.

Your vote for Southwest Regional Vice President would be appreciated and I look forward to my future involvement in ASCET.





I live in Rio Communities, NM with Phillip and 2 Dachshunds. We enjoy spending time together, traveling, golf, and photography. I enjoy representing ASCET and scrapbooking.


My philosophy of ASCET is encompassed in the belief that the Society promotes technicians and technologists as a crucial part of the “Engineering Team” and creates many opportunities for each member, through active participation, to maintain an awareness of our profession. I also believe that the Society provides a suitable forum to promote the future of our profession as well as to promote the professional competence of its members. My goals are to promote new chapters and improve communication within the region and Society. I desire to promote the growth of the Society by encouraging chapters to sponsor continuing education seminars and regional meetings.