WASHINGTON – Guidehouse, a leading provider of management consulting services, announced today that director Britt Harter will oversee sustainability solutions and engagements for clients within the company’s Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure (ES&I) segment in North America.
Harter will join ES&I after serving as a director in Guidehouse’s State and Local Government advisory group, where he focused on driving environmental, social, and economic vibrancy. In his new role, he will serve as Guidehouse’s sustainability solutions lead, working to help corporate and government clients with their sustainability and decarbonization journeys, as well as the lead for the North American team serving large corporate clients.
“Britt blends strategic thinking and pragmatism to help organizations deliver their sustainability outcomes and initiatives successfully by using a combination of strong program management, collaboration, innovation, and implementation,” said Jan Vrins, leader of Guidehouse’s global ES&I segment. “We are excited for him to bring his unique experience to a broader set of clients throughout the North American region.”
In his previous role at Guidehouse, Harter was instrumental in producing award-winning sustainability plans for Los Angeles and San Jose, California, and creating economic recovery plans for Puerto Rico and Detroit. Prior to that, Harter spent 10 years in PwC’s Sustainable Business Solutions practice and a boutique firm, acquired by PwC, that focused on environmental sustainability strategy for large corporates. Originally trained as a research scientist, Harter is the winner of numerous scientific research grants, and his research has been published in several leading academic journals.
“I am thrilled to continue my journey with Guidehouse and look forward to becoming a trusted advisor to more of our clients as they adapt their strategies and operations for a better, sustainable future,” Harter said.
About Guidehouse’s Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure Segment
With over 700 consultants, Guidehouse’s global Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure segment is the largest in the industry. We collaborate with and serve as trusted advisors to utilities and energy companies, large corporations, investors, NGOs, and the public sector to help them thrive in the rapidly changing energy, resources, and infrastructure environment. Our clients include the world’s 60 largest electric, water, and gas utilities; the 20 largest independent power generators; five of the 10 largest oil and gas majors; the 20 largest gas distribution and pipeline companies; European governments; and the U.S. federal government’s civilian agencies involved in the country’s land, resources, and infrastructure. Our highly skilled professionals form exceptional teams to help our clients transform their businesses, manage complexity and change, accelerate operational performance, manage critical programs, manage risk, meet compliance requirements, and improve operations and systems to address today’s most complex issues. We lead through our insights and excel at strategy, transformation, and implementation, creating more sustainable and resilient countries, governments, companies, cities, and infrastructure.
Guidehouse is a leading global provider of consulting services to the public and commercial markets with broad capabilities in management, technology, and risk consulting. We help clients address their toughest challenges with a focus on markets and clients facing transformational change, technology-driven innovation and significant regulatory pressure. Across a range of advisory, consulting, outsourcing, and technology/analytics services, we help clients create scalable, innovative solutions that prepare them for future growth and success. Headquartered in Washington DC, the company has more than 7,000 professionals in more than 50 locations. Guidehouse is led by seasoned professionals with proven and diverse expertise in traditional and emerging technologies, markets and agenda-setting issues driving national and global economies. For more information, please visit: www.guidehouse.com.