Zenzile Brooks joins The Glosten Associates

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DECEMBER 23, 2013 — Dr. Zenzile Brooks has joined The Glosten Associates as Assistant Marketing Director. She will work closely with management and engineering staff to develop proposal and presentation content, and will strengthen and expand the firm's marketing capabilities.

Dr. Brooks earned her Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2013. She received an M.S. in Civil Engineering from MIT in 2010 and earned her B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Southern California in 2007.

"Zenzile's civil engineering background and strong communication skills will enhance Glosten's engagement with the greater marine community and position us for even greater future success," said Peggy Noethlich, Director of Marketing

Dr. Brooks has served as a Volunteer Reporter for the Materials Research Society (MRS) Bulletin and is a member of the Society of Marketing Professionals.

"I'm looking forward to combining my passions of engineering and communication as a member of the Glosten team," Dr. Brooks said. "It's exciting to join an engineering firm that is recognized globally for their innovative and cutting-edge design solutions."

The Glosten Associates is a Seattle-based consulting engineering firm comprised of naval architects, marine engineers, electrical engineers and ocean engineers. Since the firm's inception in 1958, Glosten has delivered creative solutions to challenging problems in the marine industry. Firm specialties include naval architecture, ocean engineering, marine engineering and program management. Design experience includes tugs, barges, research vessels, cruise vessels, passenger/car ferries, and special-purpose platforms.

The firm offers specialized expertise in hydrodynamic analysis, climatology, risk analysis, and consulting to civil engineers and marine construction contractors for floating and coastal structures.

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