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Geotechnical engineer

Ann Marie Kammerer, American geotechnical engineer. Certified engineer. Recipient California Alumni Association Leadership scholarship, 1994, Howard Daughter of Eberhart Memorial scholarship, 1996, National Science Foundation graduate fellowship, 1997-2000; Earthquake Engineering Research Institute/Federal Emergency Management Agency National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program graduate fellow, 2001.


Kammerer, Ann Marie was born on May 24, 1968 in Sacramento. Daughter of Rodney Dean and Karen Christine (Hvolboll) Kammerer.


AS, City College of San Francisco, 1994. Bachelor of Science, University Calif Berkeley, 1996. Master of Science, University Calif Berkeley, 1998.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Calif Berkeley, 2002.


Engineer Olivia Chen Consultant, San Francisco, 1995-1996, GEI Consultant, San Francisco, 1996-1997. Graduate researcher University California Berkeley, 1997—2002, lecturer, 2002, postdoctoral researcher, since 2003. Senior geotechnology engineer Arup United States of America, San Francisco, since 2002.


  • Certified engineer.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journal.


Chair City College San Francisco Women's Resource Center, 1993—1994. Chair student leadership council Pacific Earthquake Engineering Center, 1999—2000. Student trustee San Francisco Community College District, 1994.

Member American Society of Civil Engineers, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center, Golden Key National Honor Society, Tau Beta Pi (president 1995).


  • Other Interests

    Scuba diving, skiing, rock hunting.


Married Brian Louis Faudoa.

Rodney Dean Kammerer

Karen Christine (Hvolboll) Kammerer

Brian Louis Faudoa.