RANDALL W. EBERTS, Ph.D., is Executive Director of the W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. Formerly Assistant Vice President and Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, his work as a research economist and policy analyst spans labor and infrastructure investment issues related to urban and regional development. He has published a number of key papers on the impact of infrastructure investment and condition on economic output.

HUGH ELLIS, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering of the Johns Hopkins University, conducts research and teaches classes on air pollution and systems analysis.

HAROLD T. GLASER, Vice President of Montgomery Watson, Inc., has over 16 years of experience in environmental engineering with emphasis on design and evaluation of water and wastewater facilities, computer aided design, automated mapping and facilities management, and analysis, design, and development of engineering and scientific computing systems. Mr. Glaser was a member of the Civil Engineering Research Foundation's team that in 1991 conducted an assessment of Japan's infrastructure technology and research efforts.

GARETH GREEN, M.D., is Associate Dean for Professional Education and Director, Master of Public Health Programs at the Harvard School of Public Health.

FRANNIE HUMPLICK, Ph.D., is an Infrastructure Economist with the World Bank.

ELLIS L. JOHNSON, Ph.D. is Coca-Cola Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and a member of the NAE. Previously he spent 25 years on the Research Staff at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center, where he managed the Optimization Center, worked on several applications projects and software, and was named an IBM Fellow in 1990. At Georgia Tech, Dr. Johnson is co-director of the Logistics Engineering Center.

LANCE A. NEUMANN, Ph.D., is President of Cambridge Systematics, Inc., and a specialist in transportation systems analysis, investment programming, policy studies, and large-scale system planning.

VIET NGO is the developer of the Lemna System for using aquatic plants for wastewater treatment, and President and CEO of the Lemna Corporation, Inc. His work, serving as chief engineer for design, construction management, and operation of numerous large and small wastewater treatment projects, emphasizes integration of visual, technical, and environmental concerns.

SERGIO RODRIGUEZ, AICP, is Assistant City Manager for the City of Miami and the Director of the Planning Department and the Building and Zoning Department. He is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, American Planning Association, Planning



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