Cameron Davis specializes in funding for restoration and resilience projects, project team management, and public facilitation. Before joining GEI, he served two United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Administrators in Washington, DC to coordinate the work of 11 departments and serve as liaison to Congress for the management of the $2.2 billion Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. As part of his responsibilities, he ensured strong, collaborative relationships with state agencies, municipalities, tribes, academia, businesses, non-profits, and the media. He has developed and been instrumental in the passage of legislation, including the Great Lakes Legacy Act for remediation funding. He also serves in a part-time capacity as commissioner at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District with a $1.1 billion annual budget and nearly 2,000 staff.
- B.S., International Relations with concentration in International Environmental Relations, Boston University J.D., Environmental and Energy Law, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law