Stuart Sessions is the President of Environomics. He has nearly 40 years of experience in supervising and performing analyses of environmental, energy, health and safety and natural resources issues. He has consulted in these areas for more than two decades, and has been a senior U.S. government official responsible for managing analyses of policy and regulatory issues in these areas.
Among his accomplishments, Mr. Sessions has:
Stuart L. Sessions: Professional History
1991 - present Vice President and now President, Environomics Inc. Direct consulting projects for industry and government clients on policy and regulatory issues involving the environment, energy and occupational health.
1985 - 1991 Vice President, Sobotka & Co. Directed analytical consulting projects for government clients on environmental, energy and natural resource policy issues.
1983 - 1985 Acting Director, Regulatory Policy Division, U.S. EPA. Reviewed all potential EPA regulations affecting air, water and wastes; directed policy studies; conducted program evaluations; analyzed policy alternatives.
1982 - 1985 Chief, Water Economics Branch, U.S. EPA. Directed economic analyses of water pollution programs, regulations and legislation.
1980 - 1982 Chief, Industrial Analysis Branch, U.S. EPA, and Chief, Energy Facilities Branch, U.S. EPA. Analyzed the financial effect of EPA regulations on major plants, industries and communities and on the economy as a whole. Accelerated permitting for energy facilities.
1979 - 1980 Special Assistant, the White House. Developed and sought enactment of Carter Administration energy legislative proposals.
1975 - 1979 Staff Analyst, U.S. Office of Management and Budget. Reviewed and evaluated budget, policy and regulatory issues for natural resource and park programs of the U.S. Department of the Interior.
1974 - 1975 Instructor: applied statistics, econometrics and policy analysis, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Stuart L. Sessions: Education
M.P.P. Master of Public Policy (concentration in environmental economics), Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (1974)
Graduate study in natural resource planning (concentration in policy and institutions), School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan (1970 - 1971)
B.A. Economics, magna cum laude, Amherst College (1970)