LANSING, Mich. — Public Sector Consultants, an independent public policy consulting firm with a focus on research, evaluation and strategy, added Carmen Siciliano as a senior consultant to its energy and environment team. In this role, Siciliano will conduct research and analysis of the energy and telecommunication sectors and provide strategic counsel for clients on issues related to energy policy and utility regulation.
“Carmen’s expertise in policy and regulatory structures related to energy and telecommunications brings tremendous value to the firm and our clients,” said Maggie Pallone, vice president of PSC’s energy and environment practice. “He has a methodical approach to developing solutions, is a natural consensus builder and is fluent in the complex and layered language of the energy industry.”
Siciliano joins PSC after more than a decade in public service, holding numerous roles within the Michigan Legislature. He honed his research and negotiation skills while working for Senator Mike Nofs, guiding several policy and appropriations proposals through the legislative process, including working on the 2018 Small Wireless Communications Facilities Deployment Act. He most recently worked in the Senate Majority Policy Office, where he provided succinct analysis on complicated public utility and telecommunication policies and advised legislators on the decisions of state and federal regulators. He holds a BA in Public Policy from Western Michigan University and an MPA from Central Michigan University.