R. Michael Stanwood
Mr. Stanwood is an environmental and economic consultant based in Denver. He has more than 20 years of consulting experience and has served as an analyst or manager on over 100 projects for both the private and public sectors. He has extensive experience in planning and managing complex projects involving natural resource development and permitting/compliance. Mr. Stanwood is an experienced National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) practitioner and trainer. He has developed collaborative public involvement processes and facilitated many public meetings. His environmental experience has primarily involved resource development (energy, mining, water), real estate development, military/defense operations, transportation (airports, railroads, pipelines, highways), and government analyses. He has worked on international projects in Madagascar, Bolivia, Russia, and Brazil.
He has worked for large national consulting firms such as Booz Allen Hamilton (as senior consultant) and ICF (as principal), for smaller regional consulting firms, and as an independent consultant. Mr. Stanwood has a BA From the University of Colorado and an MS from the Colorado School of Mines. He has served on numerous panels and presented workshops and training sessions involving environmental law, regulatory issues, public policy initiatives, and environmental leadership.