Brian Pinkowski is an engineer and attorney bringing expert qualifications and project management experience to three professional sectors: Environment and Natural Resources, Governance and Rule of Law, and Public Health.
In the environment and natural resource sector, Brian has lead approximately USD $850 million in projects involving natural resource recovery and management, water and air quality, water and waste water treatment, waste management, forestry, fisheries, agriculture, recycling, energy, and renewable energy. He is currently working with natural resource investors in Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
Brian has lead more than USD $20 million in governance and rule of law projects in post-conflict countries, including facilitating collaboration between government institutions, investigation, corruption prevention, prosecution, and the investigation and prosecution of war crimes. He has experience working with presidents’ offices, parliamentarians and other elected officials, judges, magistrates, prosecutors, auditors, central bank officials, investigators, police, and customs officials, and the military.
In the public health sector, Brian is currently the President and serves on the board of the Residential Assisted Living National Association, where he leads developing and advocating for health care policy related to care for the elderly in more than 30,000 care homes. In the development context Brian has drafted law and regulation in support of health care policy, assisted in the investigation of corruption in the health care field, and surveys on corruption in the health and education sectors. Brian has served as a project manager for epidemiological studies, and participated in regulation development for determination of exposure limits of various compounds in the environment. Brian’s other roles in the health care sector include: Board of the Lutheran Medical Center Foundation in Colorado, Board of the Colorado Foundation for Public Health and Environment, Board of the Rocky Mountain Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership. Senior Fellow for Ethics and Environment at the Medical University of South Carolina.
He has worked with USAID, US Department of State (DoS), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the German Agency for International Cooperation or (GIZ), the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the UK Department for International Development (DFID), and the Swiss Development Corporation (SDC).