Irving Susel has over 25 years of experience in developing and applying innovative methods for analyzing policy, program and business choices, as well as managing complex, interdisciplinary, multi-contractor studies.  Mr. Susel's work has included strategic planning, business planning, priority- setting, economic impact analysis, financial analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, benefits analysis, regulatory analysis and program evaluation.  He has analyzed a wide range of environmental and energy policies and regulations, both as a consultant and as a senior manager in the government.  He has also worked on developing innovative/non-regulatory alternatives air and water regulations.  For the past several years, Mr. Susel's work has included developing and applying methods for improving environmental decision-making, setting priorities, and allocating limited resources among diverse environmental problems.
 
 
Professional History
 
1991 to Present  Principal, Environomics Incorporated 
 
1979 to 1991 Senior Vice President, Sobotka & Company Inc. (environmental consulting) 
 
1978 to 1979 Director, Industrial Fuel Use and Synfuels Policy Division, Office of Policy and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Energy 
 
1977 to 1978 White House Energy Policy Staff 
 
1975 to 1977 Branch Chief, Economic Analysis Division, Office of Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 
 
1973 to 1975 Analyst, Economic Analysis Division, Office of Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 
 

Education

MBA - Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 1973 
MS - Systems Analysis, University of Colorado, 1971 
BS - Engineering Science, University of Colorado, 1970 
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