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IRF Fellows fron 15 countries will take part in a week-long leadership program organized by the International Road Federation in Washington DC on January 9-15, 2016

The IRF Road Scholar Program is an annual multi day leadership and orientation program designed to enhance Fellows’ leadership skills and provide valuable insight into the transportation industry through visits to prominent domestic, regional and international organizations. These typically include the World Bank, Federal Highway Administration, Inter-American Development Bank, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, and Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center.

Team-oriented activities allow participants to form long lasting professional and personal bonds with their current class, as well as with past and future Fellows via the IRF Fellows
Alumni Association (IFAA). Furthermore, Fellows are afforded the opportunity to meet and interact with successful business leaders who work for IRF member organizations.

For information on meeting IRF Fellows or supporting the Road Scholar Program, please contact Dr. Les Mills: lmills@IRF.global.

Read more about the IRF Fellowship program.

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