BRINGING OVER 15 YEARS OF GOVERNMENT EXPERIENCE
SOLUTIONS FOR TOMORROW
Harnessing experience at the Federal, State, and Local Levels, Matt specializes in climate change adaptation and mitigation, public administration, stormwater and wastewater, emergency preparedness, and meteorology.
Matt will help your organization conduct climate risk assessments and assist in the creation of cost-benefit packages for infrastructure planning as well as organization-specific resilient strategy guides.
Matt leverages a global professional network to help local governments and public utilities take cutting edge steps toward ensuring that infrastructure will be resilient for decades to come.
Municipal governments and public utilities across the Pacific Northwest trust Matt's expertise in water policy and natural resources public administration to help them tackle the challenges faced by climate change.
Matt Glazewski has over 15 years of government experience in several sectors. Throughout his career, Matt has managed field work in remote locations across Alaska and the Arctic, authored impressive Federal documents such as the Hurricane Sandy Operations Plan for the National Weather Service, briefed senior emergency management officials such as Secretary Janet Napolitano, helped pioneer the efforts for the first Climate Action Plan for Clackamas County, Oregon, and has served as a college instructor across several institutions in the Pacific Northwest. Matt's intimate knowledge of climate change impacts in the Pacific Northwest and vast professional network make him an ideal hub of information and talent in working toward solving this important issue.