Borton-Lawson is pleased to congratulate Christopher Hetro on being named a Top 20 under 40 by the NEPA Business Journal.
Chris is an Electrical Engineer in our Industrial Infrastructure division. He has played a critical role in helping Borton-Lawson expand its project experience and service offerings with a number of key clients in oil and gas and industrial infrastructure. His ability to work with clients of diverse backgrounds has helped him become flexible in his approach and communication with his stakeholders.
Chris is a graduate of Borton-Lawson’s first Leadership Development Institute (BLDI) program and also participated in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Emerging Leaders Forum for 2015. He is also a 2013 graduate of Leadership Wilkes-Barre and is active with local high schools, where he serves as a mentor and shadow professional.
He is also active in a number of community and professional societies outside of work, one of which includes the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) and Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers (PSPE). He currently serves as the Chapter President for the Keystone Northeast Chapter of PSPE. As part of PSPE/NSPE he is active with the annual MATHCOUNTS program, assisting the Wilkes University Student Chapter and also manages the chapter website.
Chris is a mentor for college students through Penn State’s College of Electrical Engineering. In addition to being a mentor to electrical engineering students, he also serves on the college’s mentorship advisory council where he works with other alumni and university leaders to improve and expand the mentorship program.