Mr. Saslow is a public policy expert, strategist, life coach and builder of collaborative solutions. He has worked with and on an extensive array of environmental and natural resource statutes, regulations, and programs – and the science that supports them.
He is a Senior Facilitator at Kearns & West bringing more than two decades of experience in public participation, community involvement and the facilitation of multi-stakeholder groups.
Adam has dedicated his career to creating safe environments for people to make their own best decisions, He has worked on complex and contentious dialogue on water quantity and water quality, climate resilience and flood control; sustainable materials management and integrated solid waste management; land use planning and brownfields redevelopment.
From time to time he has assisted small and large organizations through elaborate fact finding and visioning processes and strategic planning dialogues that are a part of public, private and not for profit institutions.
Mr. Saslow obtained his Master’s Degree in Public and Private Management from Yale University’s School of Organization and Management in 1991. He then became a Waste Policy Analyst and, later, a Special Assistant with the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency. In the twenty years since, he has served the nation’s environmental leadership in resolving some of the nation’s most intractable issues.