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WSP Environmental Appoints Michael Mondshine as Vice President, Sustainability & Energy

Michael Mondshine, an internationally recognized expert in energy, sustainability and climate change, has joined WSP Environmental as vice president, sustainability and energy, announces Jan Chizzonite, executive vice president and USA director of environmental at WSP, the global engineering, design and environmental consultancy.


Mr. Mondshine is board chair for the Association of Climate Change Officers, and has been recognized by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) for his contributions to work that led to the panel's Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.

"Michael has an outstanding reputation in the environmental field," says Mr. Chizzonite. "At WSP, he will draw upon his extensive experience in both the public and private sectors to expand the depth and breadth of our service offering."

Mr. Mondshine is based in WSP's Washington, D.C. regional office in Arlington, VA. He will help companies and government agencies manage risk in their operations and supply chains, prepare for the likely impacts of climate change, and realize the business value of a comprehensive sustainability strategy.

Most recently, Mr. Mondshine served as chief solutions architect, Sustainability at Leidos (formerly known as SAIC). During his 20-year tenure there, he led the successful delivery of integrated economic and environmental solutions for such clients as Bank of America, Chesapeake Energy, the City of Fresno, the Maryland Energy Administration, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Energy Information Administration, among many others.

A resident of Arlington, Mr. Mondshine received a Masters of Public Policy degree in regulatory policy from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in government and politics from the University of Maryland.