Matthew Lillis

Matthew is an infrastructure engineer and project manager with a passion for improving social and environmental outcomes. He managed a number of EWB projects in Vanuatu before stepping into the Operations Manager role. Outside EWB he runs a consulting firm, Engineer Leadership Services, and enjoys trail running and tramping. He has recently moved into a tiny house he constructed himself.

Project Engineer at Hamilton City Council
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