GEI’s Cameron Davis to Brief Congressional Staff at Capitol Hill on June 6 about Federal FY18 BudgetMay 28, 2017
GEI Vice President Cameron Davis will be a panelist on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on June 6 about the White House’s proposed FY18 budget.
Since starting with GEI in February, Davis has begun a Government Affairs practice to assist corporate and other clients with leveraging federal funds to complement cleanup and restoration efforts. “With GEI’s strength in the water resources practice and the Great Lakes/Upper Midwest such a water rich region, this is a win-win for GEI’s clients,” Davis said.
About Cameron Davis
Davis has more than 30 years’ experience in integrating policy, law, science, and economics. Prior to GEI, he coordinated the work of 11 federal departments, including the White House Council on Environmental Quality, and Departments of the Interior, Agriculture, Homeland Security, and Commerce, among others. His work included federal policy and funding coordination valued at more than $2 billion under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, which has been widely recognized as a successful results-oriented program with strong bipartisan support. In addition, Cam collaborated with state resource agencies, municipalities, tribes, academia, business and civic stakeholders to clean up toxic hotspot Areas of Concern, prevent invasive species’ migration, and reduce runoff to improve water quality. He was also a lead negotiator on the U.S. negotiating team along with the U.S. Department of State that led to the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement of 2012, the first time in a quarter-century that the internationally-recognized pact had been revitalized. Cam earned his law degree, including certification in environmental and energy law, from the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Chicago-Kent College of Law and a B.A. from Boston University in International Relations.