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LeadershipITE

Reimagined

W

e are bringing LeadershipITE to you! For 2021, LeadershipITE
will be a 100-percent virtual experience, providing
participants not only the same content that this program is
built on, but also enhancements to provide additional ways
to engage with classmates, alumni, and the greater ITE community.
LeadershipITE has always been built on the diversity of our
profession, with our team looking to build classes each year that
highlight this. We are excited to be able to provide a program that
can even be more inclusive by stripping away the time and cost
constraints of travel.
With the 2021 program, you will be able to get the same powerful
LeadershipITE experience in a format that helps to better support and
balance your professional and personal lifestyle.
Don't look at this virtual experience as a series of webinars-it
couldn't be more opposite. The curriculum is built around engagement
and each virtual workshop will include interactive and experiential
elements. You will have even more opportunities to meet new people
and grow your networks, with engaging social events, sessions, and
assignments with various LeadershipITE alumni and ITE leadership.
If you've been interested in LeadershipITE, and the travel schedule
and costs have held you back, 2021 is your opportunity to experience
this one-of-a-kind interactive and engaging program without having to
sacrifice time away from your family and work responsibilities.

To stay up-to-date on the latest LeadershipITE
activities send a note to leadership@ite.org.
For more information and to apply to LeadershipITE,
visit https://www.ite.org/professional-andcareer-development/leadershipite/.

Chris Monsere, Ph.D., P.E. is professor and chair of the
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at
Portland State University. Dr. Monsere holds a Ph.D.
and master's degree in Civil Engineering from Iowa
State University and bachelor's of science in
Engineering from University of Detroit Mercy. Dr. Monsere is a
licensed professional engineer (Oregon).
David S. Hurwitz, Ph.D. (F) is the Eric H.I. and Janice
Hoffman Faculty Scholar, an associate professor of
Civil Engineering, and director of the Driving and
Bicycling Simulator Laboratory at Oregon State
University (OSU). David is an active Fellow of ITE
and Advisor of the OSU ITE Student Chapter.
Christina Fink, P.E. has more than 15 years of
experience in multimodal traffic engineering, including
analysis for planning and design projects, signal design,
trail crossing design, and school planning and design
projects. She is a contributing author to national and
local design guidance, most notably the forthcoming AASHTO
Bike Guide.
Sirisha Kothuri, Ph.D. is a senior research associate
in the Department of Civil and Environmental
Engineering at Portland State University. Sirisha
received her bachelor's in Civil Engineering from
Osmania University, India, a master's of science in
Civil Engineering with a Transportation emphasis from Louisiana
State University, and a Ph.D. with a Transportation emphasis from
Portland State University.
Douglas Cobb, Ph.D., P.E., PTOE, RSP1 is senior
traffic engineer at the City of Coral Gables in Coral
Gables, FL, USA and has served on various traffic
engineering and human factors projects in conjunction
with FDOT, VDOT, ODOT, FHWA, National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration, and NCHRP.
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2020, Toole Design Group, LLC. All rights reserved.

Application deadline for the
class of 2021 is September 16, 2020.
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