Booz Allen Hamilton’s Peter Trick is a Senior Vice President serving on the firm’s Civil Infrastructure team. He is an environmental attorney and senior policy analyst with over 30 years of consulting experience focused primarily on water pollution, natural resources management, and international environmental management. Mr. Trick’s fields of expertise include environmental law, environmental policy, quantitative modeling, program implementation, and program evaluation. His technical work involves large-scale quantitative policy analyses and institutional strengthening. Before joining Booz Allen in 2010, Mr. Trick served as an officer at Systems Research and Analysis International/Marasco Newton (SRA/MNG), Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), and Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI). Most recently, he led four business programs supporting environmental protection, natural resources management, emergency management, and international development. His group worked on critical national issues ranging from levee safety to international aid efforts that targeted the digital divide and diplomatic security. Mr. Trick has made policy contributions to the design, implementation, and enforcement of environmental programs that include industrial and municipal wastewater control, air pollution abatement, environmental impact assessment, mining waste regulation, and more. In addition, he held management roles at the Environment Protection Agency, Departments of State, Interior, and Agriculture, USAID, and Office of Personnel Management. He also oversaw program development and implementation, training, and systems development projects. He holds a Juris Doctorate from the International School of Law, which was later conferred from George Mason University, and a B.A. degree in political science and German from Rice University.