Damon has more than 18 years of experience managing complex studies and collaborative projects for a variety of transportation organizations and state and federal agencies. He helps clients achieve extraordinary program, policy, analysis, and outreach results across transportation modes. He routinely leads in-depth research and technical analyses related to energy efficiency technologies, alternative fuel vehicles, connected and shared mobility, airport sustainability planning, and infrastructure resilience.
Previously, Damon served as Program Manager for Environment at the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. He led the delivery of technical assistance to state departments of transportation and local transportation agencies, working in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration and Transportation Research Board (TRB). Damon also was the first Sustainability Program Manager at the Oregon Department of Transportation, where he served in the Director’s Office, developing a groundbreaking sustainability program.
Damon holds a Master’s of Engineering and a Master’s in Interdisciplinary Studies, and is a Certified Project Management Professional. He is an active member of TRB, previously serving as Vice Chair of the Committee on Transportation Sustainability and member of the Committee on Transportation Energy. Damon is a board member of two federally-funded University Transportation Centers: The Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability Center, and the Center for Environmentally Sustainable Transportation in Cold Climates.