Scott Williamson


Program Management Officer

Scott Williamson is a Program Management Officer for CCS and consulted to CCS on clean transportation policy for 5 years before joining the staff in 2014.  He specializes in oversight of low-carbon planning projects, as well as technical work on transportation policy analysis and macroeconomic analysis.  His recent projects include leading an economic impacts study of a carbon fee & rebate program for Washington D.C., managing the development of website content for a new USAID-funded platform for capacity-building on climate and energy issues in Eastern Europe, organizing and administering a week-long study tour of Ukrainian officials with US climate finance experts, and providing both technical analysis and process facilitation support to Guatemala’s long-range low-emissions strategy development effort.  He also recently researched and developed emissions profiles for construction processes used in building major road projects.  Beyond transportation and economics, his experience is wide-ranging, covering research and quantitative analysis of pension management and infrastructure finance strategies, as well as management of a strategic communication and public outreach effort on transportation issues at local and state levels. He holds a Master of Public Policy Degree in Environmental and International-Development Policy from Georgetown University, a Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois, and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Chicago.