Michele Piotrowski, PE, LEED AP Selected for Crain's Chicago Notable Women in Stem List

Michele Piotrowski, PE, LEEP AP Selected for Crain's Chicago Notable Women in STEM List

Engineering Enterprises, Inc. (EEI) is proud to announce that Michele Piotrowski, PE, LEED AP, Vice President, has been named to the 2023 Notable Women in STEM list. The list honors Chicago-area women for their work in the science, technology, engineering, and math fields. In selecting the honorees, Crain’s sought to feature women who have used their skills to advance their organization and/or assumed a leadership position outside her organization.

Michele has been dedicated to the engineering industry for nearly 25 years. She currently serves as a Vice President and group leader for EEI.  In addition, she is a shareholder and member of the board of directors. 

As a group leader, she is responsible for managing eight (8) direct reports.  In addition to managing staff, she has direct project involvement and routinely manages complex infrastructure projects.  Michele also manages EEI’s Itasca office.

As a shareholder and member of the board, she is directly responsible for the overall direction of the firm.  This includes assisting in setting strategic direction, establishing overall policies, defining goals, and managing personnel.

Michele is active in the Illinois Section American Water Works Association (ISAWWA) and is the current District 2B Trustee.  In addition, she is the Chair of the Water Efficiency Committee, a Water Loss Trainer, coordinates the scholarship awards, and is involved in the Public Outreach Committee.

Since 2015, Michele has been able to train hundreds of utility personnel to help them gain a better understanding of how to conduct a water loss audit and the tools available for performing an audit.  This is essential in the area of water sustainability.


Engineering Enterprises, Inc. (EEI) is committed to providing a supportive and inclusive work environment for all employees. The firm offers competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits packages, and opportunities for professional growth and development.

Read more about the recognition here: https://www.chicagobusiness.com/notables/crains-notable-women-stem-2023