Craig Farkos, PE, M. ASCE, is a practicing civil and environmental engineer and program manager. From 2008 to 2012, he served as chair of the Committee on Sustainability for the 144,000-member American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). The committee is responsible for guiding development of national sustainability goals and policies and for the general oversight and management of ASCE’s comprehensive initiatives and programs for sustainable, resilient infrastructure development. Craig’s work over the past 19 years in infrastructure policy analysis and infrastructure planning, design and construction has focused on identifying and promoting sustainable, multidisciplinary approaches to improving public health and economic growth in US projects and within communities in East Africa, Asia and Central America. Mr. Farkos holds a BS in economics from Allegheny College, BS and MS in civil and environmental engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and Cornell University, respectively, and a master’s in public administration and international development from Harvard.