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The IBTTA Foundation is the charitable arm of IBTTA. The Foundation supports and conducts research on transportation and tolling, conducts training and professional development programs including the IBTTA Leadership Academy, supports charitable good works and operates a scholarship program. Contributions to the IBTTA Foundation and the Leadership Academy are tax-deductible as charitable contributions under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.

Interested in Serving on the Board? Details are at the bottom of this page.

Learn more about the Foundation or make a financial contribution by clicking the button below. 


2020 events & Sponsorship opportunities

The Foundation is pleased to offer four different opportunities throughout the year to network and have fun in support of the IBTTA Foundation Scholarship Program. Please check back for future events.

Foundation Programs

Leadership Academy

Philip Miller, P.E., WSP, Orlando, FL

The Leadership Academy was founded in 2008 by the IBTTA Foundation Board of Directors. It is an executive development program tailored specifically for senior-level managers in public and private sector organizations that serve the toll industry.  The Leadership Academy is funded by student tuition fees. This annual program is held every February in Washington, DC. Applications are accepted from August - October each year for the following year's class. 

In 2019, The Leadership Academy formed an Alumni Association. Get more information here.

The Leadership Academy class of 2021 will take place on February 14-19, 2021. View more information here.

View Alumni

Annual Service Project

For the past ten plus years, the IBTTA Service Project has been held in conjunction with the Maintenance & Roadway Operations Workshop. IBTTA members organize this community volunteer project with a local organization in the city where the Workshop is being held. In 2020 IBTTA is headed to Louisville, KY, and we'll post details as soon as we know about our project.

In the meantime, mark the date of July 12, 2020 and make a plan to join us.  Information about the 2020 project will be posted on the Maintenance & Roadway Operations Workshop page.  

Read about our 2019 project »

Check out photos from all of our Past Service Projects!

Scholarship Fund

Through a competitive selection process, the IBTTA Foundation awards $5,000 scholarships to undergraduate students who are working towards a transportation-related degree at an accredited university. This scholarship program is launched every spring and administered by Scholarship America®, the nation's largest designer and manager of scholarship, tuition assistance and other education support programs for corporations, foundations, associations and individuals. Awards are granted without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender, disability or national origin.  The application submission period for 2020 has closed.

Learn More » 

Meet the 2020 Recipients »


Board Chair

Frank McCartney, FGM Consulting

Members of the Board

  • Federico di Gennaro, AISCAT
  • Dee Anne Heath, CTRMA
  • Patricia Horan, GeoPat Consulting, LLC
  • Marcelle Jones, Jacobs Engineering Group
  • Christine Keville, Keville Enterprises Inc.
  • Greg Le Frois, HNTB
  • Tyler Milligan, Milligan Partners
  • René Moser, ASFINAG
  • Rosa Rountree, Egis
  • Jim Wilson, TransCore


apply to Serve on the board

The IBTTA Foundation Board is the chief governing body of the IBTTA Foundation.  The Foundation Board helps raise money to support the scholarship fund, annual service project, and other worthy endeavors.  Foundation board members serve staggered three three-year terms and those terms begin on January 1 of the year following their election by the IBTTA Board of Directors. 

Foundation Board Member Job Description

How to apply to serve on the IBTTA Foundation Board

If you are interested in serving on the IBTTA Foundation Board, please email the following to Pat Jones, Executive Director & CEO:

  • A letter expressing your interest in serving on the IBTTA Foundation Board.
  • A short resume describing your professional experience and your relationship to tolling, transportation and IBTTA. The resume will help the nominating committee get to know you better and make an informed decision.
  • A letter signed by your Chairman or the head of the body to whom you report saying that your organization is prepared to support you in your service on the IBTTA Foundation Board including the financial and time commitment required for board service.
Supporting a candidate who has applied for a position on the foundation board

If you wish to write a letter in support of someone who is applying for a position on the IBTTA Foundation Board, please do so by emailing Pat Jones.