Todd G. Williams, M.Sc.
ADC30 Committee Member, Committee Research Coordinator
Environmental Services Director/Senior Associate
Michael Baker International
Todd Williams is a Senior Associate and Environmental Services Director with Michael Baker
International in Phoenix, Arizona where he has worked since December 2014. Mr. Williams has over 30 years of government experience at the Federal, State and Local levels. At the national level, Mr. Williams has extensive experience working with senior environmental leaders from State Departments of Transportation and multiple federal agencies. He has served as a steering committee member for the Standing Committee on Environment (SCOE) with the American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO); as the Natural Resources Subcommittee Chair for SCOE; as a steering committee member for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) 25-25 and as an Advisory Board Member for the Center for Environmental Excellence by AASHTO. Todd has also served as a steering committee for the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET) since 2011. In 2013, his agency at the time, the Arizona Department of Transportation hosted ICOET in Scottsdale, Arizona. Mr. Williams spent 9 years as the first Environmental Services Director for the Arizona Department of Transportation from 2006 to 2014 where he was hired to address serious non-compliance issues related to stormwater. In this role, Mr. Williams was instrumental in the development ofthe agency’s environmental program. Todd’s key focus areas include: regulatory compliance (environmental policy, analysis, streamlining and programmatic agreements), transportation and flood control. He specializes in stormwater management assisting Departments of Transportation and municipalities with their stormwater management programs.
Todd is a biologist by training and has spent his career working in the environmental field. He has a Bachelor of Science - Biology Specialist degree from the University of Toronto (1989) and a Master of Science - Biology (Environmental Toxicology) degree from the University of Waterloo (1993).