About ICF

Isabelle Morin

Senior Director, Environmental Policy

Isabelle employs multidisciplinary expertise to inform environmental and safety policy decisions.

As senior director of environmental policy, Isabelle Morin brings more than 20 years of experience in policy analysis and environmental assessment to her role with ICF. Her multidisciplinary expertise includes cost-benefit analysis, economic impacts analysis, pollutant exposure and fate and transport modeling, and the development and application of decision-support tools.

Isabelle works with the U.S. federal government and other clients to evaluate the environmental impacts of policies and regulations to address pollution and improve safety. Her work supports better decisions through informed assessment of the benefits, costs, and economic impacts of different options, and evaluation of program accomplishments. Over the past two decades, Isabelle has supported the development of numerous Clean Water Act regulations aimed at reducing pollution from point source dischargers, developed integrated economic-environmental modeling tools to quantify benefits of enhanced pollution controls, and estimated the risk reduction benefits from enhanced spill prevention or pipeline management programs.

At ICF, Isabelle leads a multidisciplinary team of economists, environmental modelers, data scientists, and policy analysts. She also oversees the delivery of support services to the federal government under multi-year contracts with the EPA Office of Water and the DOT Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, among other clients.

Isabelle holds an MPP from Harvard University and a MASc and BEng in engineering from universities in Canada.

  • MPP, Regulation and Industry Analysis, Harvard University
  • MASc, Civil Engineering, University of Ottawa, Canada
  • BEng, Environmental Engineering, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada