Mr. Huguenin founded IEc with Sharon Chown in 1981. He served as the
firm’s President from 1981 to 1999, and remained a Principal until 2005 when he became
Executive Director of the Harvard Center for Risk Analysis at the Harvard School of
Public Health. Mr. Huguenin rejoined IEc as a Special Consultant in 2007.
Mr. Huguenin is an expert in the application of economic, financial, and scientific
analysis to environmental and resource management issues. He has extensive experience
in natural resource damage assessment, valuation of environmental assets, environmental
policy and regulation, and human health and environmental risk analysis. Mr. Huguenin
has conducted hundreds of consulting engagements for government and industrial clients
in the U.S. and abroad, and has presented sworn testimony at depositions and before
regulatory commissions. Mr. Huguenin also conducts strategic planning and management
improvement efforts with Fortune 500 corporations, venture-backed and LBO-funded
organizations, public agencies, and non-profit organizations.
He holds an A.B. in Physics from Washington University in St. Louis, and a
M.Sc. In Management from the Sloan School at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.