Fellows Chosen for the 2013 Leadership Development Conference

Twenty graduate students have been selected to participate in the 21st annual Leadership Development Conference (LDC). The weeklong program—which provides “Eno Fellows” the opportunity to learn about policy formulation, decision-making and executive responsibilities facing industry leaders—will be held June 2-6 in Washington, DC.

Eno’s Board of Regents chose 19 students for the 2013 Class from a pool of more than 50 applicants. One additional participant will selected by the Women’s Transportation Seminar and Parsons Brinckerhoff and announced next month.

The 2013 Fellows are:

Margaret-Avis Akofio-Sowah
Georgia Institute of Technology
Rodney Slater Award

Laura Black
University of Delaware

Bradford Brimley
Texas A&M University

Rachael Bronson
University of Colorado Denver

Andre Carrel
University of California, Berkeley
Charles William Koch Award

Meredith Cebelak
The University of Texas at Austin

Jessica Deakyne
California State University, Fullerton

Robin Gold
University of Washington
GAR Award

Heather Jones
University of California, Los Angeles

Jee Eun Kang
University of California, Irvine

Jean Long
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Kara Luckey
University of Colorado Denver
Dr. Thomas D. Larson Fellowship

Joe McAndrew
University of Oregon

Fatemeh Ranaiefar
University of California, Irvine

Gabriel Sanchez-Martinez
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Rebecca Sanders
University of California, Berkeley

Timothy Welch
University of Maryland

James Wong
Georgia Institute of Technology

Amber Woodburn
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

WTS/PB Scholarship Recipient

Eno’s LDC program allows graduate students pursuing transportation-related degrees the opportunity to participate in the intensive program with prominent transportation executives in government, public, private, and non-profit organizations. The program combines facility visits, activities, lectures, Congressional meetings and other activities to give participants a nuanced perspective of how transportation policies are drafted, debated, shaped, and ultimately determined.

A fundraising dinner for the LDC program will be held Thursday, June 6. To purchase individual tickets or a table, click here. For more information about sponsorship opportunities, click here or contact Pamela Shepherd, Senior Director of Communications, at pshepherdatenotransdotorg  (pshepherdatenotransdotorg)  .