Drew Kodjak

Drew Kodjak is Executive Director of the International Council on Clean Transportation, a group of government environmental regulators and international experts from around the world who participate as individuals with a common purpose of improving the environmental performance and efficiency of vehicles and fuels.

Prior to joining the ICCT in 2005, Mr. Kodjak served as Program Director for the DC-based National Commission on Energy Policy (NCEP), a bipartisan 16-member Commission of energy experts that released a highly influential report, Ending the Energy Stalemate, in December 2004. Before the NCEP, Mr. Kodjak spent several years as an Attorney-Advisor to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality in Ann Arbor, MI. During his tenure with the EPA, Mr. Kodjak was awarded the EPA Gold Metal for his work on the heavy-duty diesel rule. Mr. Kodjak is a member of Bar Associations in Minnesota, New Jersey, and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.

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