Marc Daudon was appointed to the Energy Northwest Executive Board by Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire in May 2011.
He is the principal and co-founder of Cascadia Consulting Group, with more than 30 years of international environmental consulting experience, with expertise in resource conservation, program management, energy efficiency, sustainable development, waste reduction, pollution prevention, economic analysis and program evaluation.
Mr. Daudon has managed complex projects involving research, policy analysis, consensus building and strategy development. Through Cascadia, he has worked with the Washington Department of Ecology’s Beyond Waste study, Seattle Public Utilities’ Resource Venture Program and the Governor’s Sustainability Advisory Panel.
Prior to founding Cascadia in 1992, Mr. Daudon created a Seattle-based mail order business, served as a consultant in Africa and Asia on energy issues and worked in a Somali refugee camp.
Mr. Daudon has a bachelor’s degree in government and legal studies from Bowdoin College and a master’s degree in public and private management from Yale University. He serves on the boards of Climate Solutions and the Washington Environmental Council. He is also a former chair the Washington Conservation Voters.
Mr. Daudon is married to Maud Smith Daudon, president of Seattle Northwest Securities and has two children.
Executive Board Member Since 2011