Energy and Innovation Expert Dr. David Bodde
Joins B&D Consulting
February 24, 2010 07:03 AM Eastern Time
WASHINGTON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Dr. David L. Bodde, a former Deputy Assistant Secretary in
the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), has joined B&D Consulting's energy, climate and environment team as a
Bodde, who earlier served as Assistant Director for the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), advises clients on
policy, programs and strategies involving the DOE and other technology-intensive federal agencies. He currently is
completing a major research grant to help design and validate a more effective innovation process for the auto
industry. Bodde also serves as a Senior Fellow and Professor at Clemson University's Arthur M. Spiro Institute for
"We are thrilled to welcome David to our team," said Andy Ehrlich, who leads B&D Consulting's energy practice.
"He is highly regarded in the field of technology innovation.
"David's expertise, coupled with his DOE background, will provide great benefit to our clients seeking to collaborate
with DOE on strategies, especially those seeking to develop innovative energy technologies, that will create jobs in
the U.S.," Ehrlich added.
Bodde has served on several committees at the National Academy of Sciences and been invited to provide
Congressional testimony on topics concerning "next generation" vehicles, alternative transportation technologies and
Previously, Bodde spent eight years at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, as the Charles N. Kimball Chair in
Technology and Innovation. Other professional experiences include leading the Midwest Research Institute as
Corporate Vice President and President of its for-profit subsidiary, as well as Executive Director of the National
Academy of Science's Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems.
Bodde earned a Doctor of Business Administration from Harvard University. He has master's degrees in both