US Environmental Protection Agency - Sr Urban Designer
Clark Wilson is an urban designer and associate director at EPA’s Office of Sustainable Communities. At EPA, Mr. Wilson focuses his research and policy work on integrating green infrastructure into street and neighborhood design, and improving walkability in communities. Mr. Wilson manages several of the office’s technical assistance programs including EPA’s Greening America’s Capitals program which provides design assistance to state capitals to incorporate smart growth and green infrastructure strategies into their planning and development efforts. To date the program has worked with 24 state capitals. Prior to joining the EPA in 2007, Mr. Wilson was an Associate Principal with Community Design + Architecture, an urban design firm in Oakland, CA. At CD+A his work focused on incorporating ecological systems into urban and street design projects. Mr. Wilson also taught urban design studios at Berkeley in the departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and City Planning.