Stuart Sessions
Stuart Sessions is an economist with over 25 years of experience in supervising and performing analyses of environmental, energy, and natural resource policy issues.  He has a particular interest in techniques by which governments can set priorities when faced by a wide variety of  environmental problems.  He has worked extensively with officials in the  U.S. and abroad in developing and improving their procedures for  environmental strategic planning.  He is the individual most responsible for  developing a technique for rigorous environmental planning known as  "comparative risk analysis."  He directed the first comparative risk studies  in the U.S. and overseas.  Mr. Sessions also has lengthy experience in  analysis of regulatory issues associated with air and water pollution and  solid and hazardous waste disposal, having managed the division at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) responsible for this function and having consulted frequently in this area. 
Professional History
1991 to Present  Principal, Environomics Incorporated 
1985 to 1991 Vice President, Sobotka & Company Inc. (environmental consulting) 
1982 to 1985 Director, Regulatory Policy Division, Office of Policy Analysis, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 
1980 to 1982 Chief, Energy Facilities Branch, and Chief, Industrial Analysis Branch, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 
1979 to 1980  Special Assistant, White House 
1979  Consultant, U.S. Federal Trade Commission 
1975 to 1979 Staff Analyst, U.S. Office of Management and Budget 
1974 to 1975  Instructor, Statistics and Policy Analysis, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University 


Master of Public Policy - Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1974 
Bachelor of Arts - Economics, Amherst College, 1970 
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