Brittany Coff

About

Brittany Coff

2012 Engineering Scholar

Scholarship biography (at time of award)

Brittany Coff graduated from the University of Adelaide with a Bachelor of Civil and Structural Engineering in 2008. In addition to earning First Class Honours, Brittany was awarded a University Medal in recognition of her academic excellence.

Brittany was awarded the Scholarship to complete an MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development at Cambridge University.

Studied at: University of Cambridge

Current Biography

I am a Chartered Water Resources Engineer, who holds a Master of Engineering for Sustainable Development from the University of Cambridge. I currently hold the position of Research Analyst at CAWST, the Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology. In this role, I am responsible for collecting, analyzing, and reporting information related to WASH programs implemented by CAWST’s network of clients. I also train and mentor global clients on program assessment, data management, and action research. Prior to joining CAWST, I worked as a water resources engineer in Australia, and volunteered for 3 years with Engineers Without Borders Australia, focusing on WASH education and knowledge hub. I have traveled throughout Australia, Europe, UK, US, Canada, Southeast Asia, and Africa.

Scholarship Year: 2012

Fields of Interest

Science, Engineering, Sustainability, Water management