APWA Announces 2017 Jennings Randolph International Fellows

APWA, in association with the Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College (EI), has announced the 2017 Jennings Randolph International Fellows: Evan N. Pratt, PE, Joanne Zhang, PE, CCM and Aaron Putnam.

The three 2017 APWA Jennings Randolph International Fellows will conduct public works study tours and provide presentations at international partner associations’ annual membership meetings in Perth, Australia in August, 2017 and in Gothenburg, Sweden in September, 2017.

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Evan N. Pratt, PE
Water Resources Commissioner
Director of Public Works
Washtenaw County
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Study Focus:
Asset management in Australia and New Zealand
Joanne Zhang, PE, CCM
Council Liaison, Executive Division
Bureau of Engineering
City of Los Angeles, California

Study Focus:
Ways that Australia is  fostering a culture of innovation in public works along with its effect on attracting and retaining talent and capital project delivery.
Aaron Putnam, PE
Public Works Administrator
City of Ankeny, Iowa

Study Focus:
Compare winter maintenance practices between Ankeny and three cities in southern Sweden.

More Information:
Jennings Randolph International Fellows Program
Previous Jennings Randolph International Fellows
APWA International Affairs Committee
APWA International Partnerships
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