Mackenzie Dobson, Associate, provides administrative, policy, and regulatory support to several private sector environmental clients. She primarily works on the industry associations: the Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy, the Global Food Cold Chain Council, and the Sustainable PFAS Action Network. Each industry organization represents private sector ranging from small or midsize businesses to large corporations, and each focus on different environmental policy issues, including atmospheric policy in response to refrigeration and cooling chemicals, the HFC chemical phasedown, sustainable cold chain systems expansion, and PFAS chemicals.
Before joining the firm, Ms. Dobson interned at Marsh & McLennan Companies, first in their government relations department before rejoining the company to work in their global public affairs department. She has also interned for the U.S. Department of State at the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, Poland as well as on Capitol Hill for Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO). Throughout these experiences, her responsibilities included drafting memos, performing legislative research, working with constituents, and managing digital media.
A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Ms. Dobson graduated cum laude from the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs with a B.A. degree in International Affairs and a concentration in Security Policy, as well as a secondary major in Anthropology. During her undergraduate studies, Ms. Dobson interned while taking her courses.