Mark Stoughton, Ph.D.

Dr. Stoughton is a principal in the Emerging Markets Group at Cadmus where he leads a team working with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) on a the 2-year, $15 million Global Environmental Management Support (GEMS) Project. A consultant, researcher, and educator, Dr. Stoughton’s work spans and synthesizes three areas: environmentally sound design and management of international development activities; environmental policy assessment; and trade, business and environment issues, including “servicizing” and green services. He has provided environmental management support to USAID for more than 10 years, especially on technical, policy, and capacity-building dimensions of this work.

As a senior technical consultant to CLEAA, the pan-African environmental assessment (EA) network, and to the multi-donor Partnership for Environmental Assessment in Africa (PEAA) from 2006 to 2012, Dr. Stoughton worked to strengthen and target EA capacity-building at the Africa regional level. He has also served as a senior consultant to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the National Academy of Public Administration, and the Environmental Law Institute, assessing next-generation and performance-based regulatory approaches. Mark Stoughton holds a doctorate in industrial development and environmental policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and two master’s degrees from MIT, one in civil and environmental engineering and one in technology and policy.

Phone: (240) 204-6205

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