BRPH is thrilled to congratulate Nerissa Ramsey on being named a "Top Young Professional" by ENR Southeast Magazine.
Each year, Engineering News Record Southeast recognizes 20 young professionals in the region who represent the “best-of-the-best” in the construction and design industry. Highlighted for her exceptional work ethic and her involvement in the City of Melbourne’s Florida Historical Preservation Board, Nerissa is the sole architect to make this year’s list.
In addition to supporting historical preservation, Nerissa advocates for undiagnosed and rare disease awareness. Nerissa’s three-year-old son, Curren, is the fourth person in the world to be diagnosed with a very rare disease, HIVEP2 Syndrome.
"My mission is to find the parents of other children with a HIVEP2 loss-of-function diagnosis and create a community to advocate for our children. We need doctors and researchers involved to help us get on the map, and provide management and treatment options that allow our children to reach their full potential," she said.
Learn more about Nerissa and her journey to find a cure for HIVEP2 here.
Joined by Nerissa on the "Top Young Professionals" list are entrepreneurs, engineers and project management professionals residing in the Southeastern United States.
The article will be featured in this month’s issue of Engineering News Record. A digital copy of the article can be found here.RSS