President and CEO
View Norman Anderson's complete CV here.
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As President & CEO, Norman F. Anderson focuses on infrastructure project creation, aimed at increasing the level of infrastructure investment, and the performance of existing infrastructure stocks, in developed and developing countries alike. He has overseen the development and execution of CG/LAâ€™s proprietary analytic m
odels, including: The Global, Latin American and now US Annual Infrastructure Capacity Rankings; The â€śEight Criteria for Assessing a Countryâ€™s Infrastructure Capacity,â€ť and CG/LAâ€™s 5 year (through 2015) and 20 year (through 2030) infrastructure demand models.
He leads the CG/LA team that develops infrastructure projects globally; and provides high level strategy assessment for the public (cities, states, countries, MDBâ€™s) and private (finance, E&C, equipment/technology) sectors. Among other positions he is a visiting professor in the Politecnico de Madrid, a regular contributor to AmericaEconomia, and the World Economic Forumâ€™s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Sustainable Construction. He is also an Advisory Board Member of The Center for Transformation and Strategic Initiatives (London/Washington).
Mr. Anderson began his career as a Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay, serving for a total of five years -- including the last two as a grantee of the Inter-American Foundation. He has a graduate degree from Harvard University, and an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia. He is married to Ingrid Sckell â€“ they have two children, Norman Gabriel and Janina Victoria. He speaks fluent Spanish, Portuguese and Guarani.
March 9, 2017 - CNBC: We can't afford to wait for Trump's $1 trillion spending spree
March 6, 2017 - KLZ The Source: Wake Up! With Steve Curtis
March 3, 2017 - Fox News: Trump's grand infrastructure moment diminishes by the day
March 3, 2017 - Fox Business: Bevy of 'Shovel Ready' Projects Set, Awaiting Trump Approval
March 28, 2016 - The Daily Caller: Why We Need a National Infrastructure Bank
March 8, 2016 - The Hill: Infrastructure in a Trump or Clinton Administration
May 20, 2016 - The Hill: Rebuilding Plans Capture Spotlight
May 16, 2016 - The Bond Buyer: Why the Next President, Congress Need a Comprehensive Infrastructure Plan
April 15, 2016 - The New York Times: A New Map for America
March 16, 2016 - ENR: Infrastructure Investment Pushed as Front-Burner Election Issue