Dr. Juliet Ohemeng-Ntiamoah has over eight (8) years of experience in the water/wastewater treatment and oil & gas industries. She holds a PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Tennessee Tech University and BSc. Environmental Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana.
Currently, she works for Jacobs Engineering Group, a Fortune 500 company in Tennessee, where she specializes in Wastewater Process Engineering and Consulting involved in diverse projects; reviewing and analyzing data, using process models to simulate biological treatment to determine appropriate bioreactor sizes while developing detail design for chemical phosphorous removal and biosolids master plan. Prior, she worked for Tullow Ghana Limited and Technip (now TechnipFMC), where she gained first-hand experience in Ghana’s oil and gas industry.
Dr. Ohemeng-Ntiamoah expertise includes evaluation, planning and design of water/wastewater and wastewater residuals treatment, renewable energy recovery, stormwater quality assessment and management, waste reduction strategies, monitoring and evaluation of environmental key performance indicators, carbon compensation, use bio-engineered processes to optimize renewable energy (biogas) recovery from organic waste via anaerobic co-digestion.
Among some of Dr. Juliet Ohemeng-Ntiamoah’s achievement includes being recipient of several awards/scholarships with the most notable ones being the highly competitive American Association of University Women (AAUW) 2015/2016 International Doctoral Fellowship. In a span of 3 years i.e. 2017 to 2019 she received four (4) prestigious National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) awards; 45th National Convention Technical Research Competition (3rd Place 2019), BCA Fellow (2019), Region III Outstanding Research Award( 2018) and Regional III Living the Dream Scholarship (2017).
Moreover, Dr. Ohemeng-Ntiamoah received Tennessee Tech University College of Engineering’s 2019 Eminence Award for Doctor of Philosophy the best Paper for Department of Civil & Environmental
She is well published in top-tier peer-reviewed journals and made over 10 presentations at highly regarded national and international technical conferences such as Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), the largest conference in her field which attracts over 20,000 attendees.
Dr. Juliet Ohemeng-Ntiamoah is passionate about connecting African youth with mentors and resources that enhances their academic and professional development. To that end, she founded and became the first president of the Graduate Student Association of Ghana in US (GRASAG-USA) in 2017, to create a platform for Ghanaian graduate students in USA to connect with like-minded colleagues and mentors. She also devotes significant amount of her time to active mentoring and encouraging young girls to pursue STEM. In her leisure time, Dr. Juliet Ohemeng-Ntiamoah enjoys reading thought-provoking books and novels by contemporary African writers.