KANSAS CITY, Mo. (February 8, 2017) – The American Public Works Association (APWA), in association with the Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College (EI), announces the selection of the 2017 Jennings Randolph International Fellows. Administered through the APWA International Affairs Committee, the Jennings Randolph International Fellows are accomplished public works professionals who study public works topics and projects internationally in association with APWA’s international partner organizations.
The Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Program, which was established in 1987, is a unique international study and professional exchange opportunity that promotes collaboration and sharing of public works best practices, knowledge and innovation. 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.
The APWA 2017 Jennings Randolph International Fellows include:
- Evan N. Pratt, P.E., Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner, Director of Public Works, Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Joanne Zhang, P.E., CCM, Council Liaison, Executive Division, Bureau of Engineering, City of Los Angeles, California
- Aaron Putnam, Public Works Administrator, City of Ankeny, Iowa
For more information about the APWA Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Program, visit APWA.