Environmental policy and protection took root in Maggie as a young child playing on the shores of Lake Michigan. Summers spent on the rivers and lakes across the state cultivated an appreciation for Michigan’s rich natural resource heritage and her love of vast, empty beaches. The sound of the waves continues to guide her travels near and far.

In her role as the firm’s senior vice president and shareholder, Maggie participates in the development of strategy, vision, and policies for the firm in collaboration with other principals. Leading PSC’s energy and environment practice, she focuses on the facilitation of diverse, and often opposing, stakeholders. A policy wonk who thinks clearly and articulates with ease, Maggie is a go-to resource for clients who need thoughtful strategic counsel on any number of environmental or community issues and her relationships with the private, nonprofit, and public sectors are invaluable to clients trying to navigate thorny public policy matters.

Maggie serves on the advisory board for Michigan State University’s Great Lakes Leadership Academy, a program dedicated to developing the next environmental and agriculture leaders in Michigan. Maggie came to PSC from state government, where she served as deputy director for the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, leading the office of external relations. She lives in Dewitt with her husband, Dominick, and their two boys.

Email: [email protected]

A Little More…

Education: BS in Public Policy and Environmental Studies at Western Michigan University

With PSC since: September 2017

PSC superpower: Public Policy Problem Solver—delivering lasting strategic changes that make Michigan the best place to live, work, and play.

Favorite part of working at PSC: Getting to work with smart people who love their company and their state

Why Michigan? Because the 90 days of summer in Michigan completely make up for the other 275 days of crud