Michael DeWit joined ICF in 1998 and is technical director of Management Systems and Auditing. With more than 30 years of environmental and auditing project experience, he has worked in all 50 states and around the globe. He focuses on the development of systematic and programmatic approaches to the management of government and private organizations and on environmental sustainability and helps to develop sustainability reporting and assurance standards.
Mr. DeWit is a certified corporate social responsibility practitioner and is trained in the Natural Step approach to sustainability and in Global Reporting Initiative reporting. He has worked with more than 30 public and private sector clients as part of organizational teams to manage ongoing operational issues and is actively involved in supporting clients in the application of ISO standards and the development of those standards for environmental, health and safety, energy, asset, and sustainability management.
Mike is the national chair of the Environmental Auditing and Related Environmental Investigations technical committee and the national vice-chair of the Energy Management and Energy-Saving technical committee. He serves as an expert for the American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials Center for Environmental Excellence and supports state departments of transportation to develop and implement environmental program improvements. Mike is a certified Environmental Management Systems Lead Auditor and Environmental Compliance Auditor as well as a Certified Practitioner in Industrial Energy Management Systems. He has an M.B.A. from University of Western Ontario Richard Ivey School of Business.