Harry Shoudy is a Senior Policy Advisor at Marlowe & Company, specializing in Corps of Engineers policies and practices. Before retirement from federal service, he served in a dual assignment as the Chief Economist and Senior Policy Advisor for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Mr. Shoudy provides Marlowe & Company's clients with the benefit of over 34 years of water resources planning, policy, and economic experience. In addition, to his extensive background in navigation, flood control, and environmental restoration, Mr. Shoudy was nationally recognized as the expert in the Corps on shore protection planning, economic, and policy issues.
During Mr. Shoudy's career, he served as a Senior Economic and Policy Advisor for the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, Chief of Economics in the South Atlantic Division of the Corps, Chief of Economics in the Buffalo District of the Corps, and an economist with the New York State Environmental Conservation Department. In addition, Mr. Shoudy is a graduate of the Executive Development Program of the Corps and completed a 4-month executive development assignment as Acting Assistant Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works).
Mr. Shoudy has extensive inter-agency coordination experience. He shared in the management of the National Water Assessment for the South Atlantic Gulf Region and was selected to represent the Corps in providing technical advice to the U.S. State Department, the agency responsible for providing delegates from the United States to the Commission for the Study of Alternatives to the Panama Canal. He represented the U.S. Government and traveled to Panama on numerous occasions at the request of the State Department to provide expert planning and economic advice to the delegates from Japan, Panama, and the United States on the $20 million international study. Mr. Shoudy has also participated in many national Corps task forces and national interagency task forces including an interagency White House task force on floodplain management formed after the 1993 mid-west flooding, and an interagency floodplain management coordinating committee under the direction of the White House Office of Management and Budget.
Mr. Shoudy has received many awards during his career including a Department of the Army Meritorious Civilian Service Award and was one of three finalists for Federal Employee of the Year in the Atlanta Metropolitan area in 1990 receiving the honor of first runner-up. Mr. Shoudy earned a B.A. degree in economics from Central University of Iowa and a M.S. degree in water resources planning from Colorado State University.