Jeffery T. More, Esq. joined the Alpine Group in 2014 bringing with him decades of experience on Capitol Hill and in the private sector. Jeff worked on infrastructure, environment and energy policy in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1988 until 2000, serving as Counsel and Professional Staff to the House Water Resources and Environment Subcommittee. Jeff spearheaded Clean Water Act, Superfund, Safe Drinking Water Act, Clean Air Act and Water Resources Development Act reauthorization efforts for Subcommittee Chairman Sherwood Boehlert. Mr. More also was a lead advisor on environmental, energy, and infrastructure issues outside the Subcommittee’s jurisdiction including the 1991 and 1996 Surface Transportation Bills and the 1995 Farm Bill. He also staffed the Speaker’s Task Force on the Environment during the 104th Congress.
Jeff is a nationally recognized authority on water and conservation finance and is a co‐author of “From Walden to Wall Street” (Island Press 2004). Jeff serves on the Board of the Chesapeake Conservancy and has served on the Board of the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust. A graduate with High Honors from Syracuse University, Jeff received his law degree from George Washington University and completed the Senior Managers in Government Program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Prior to joining the Alpine Group, Jeff was a Principal at a leading government consulting and advocacy firm where he provided government affairs consulting services to numerous clients on a wide range of issues including water policy, climate change, transportation policy, infrastructure finance, clean energy, insurance, trade, waste management and conservation.
Jeff is currently a Vice President at the Alpine Group, a Washington, DC based consulting and advocacy firm specializing in environmental, energy and infrastructure policy. Jeff’s clients include: ARCADIS US, the National Baseball Hall of Fame, the Water Infrastructure Network, the National Association of Clean Water Agencies, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sanitary District, Pheasants Forever, Progressive Waste Solutions, the Water Systems Council and Ducks Unlimited.