Kat Janowicz, MSME, MBA, CEM, LEED GA, ENV SP is a leader, strategist and, entrepreneur with over twenty years of international experience in goods movement, transportation, maritime, energy, construction, and O&M sectors.
She managed commercial and industrial facilities and infrastructure projects. Being involved in the community through volunteering in various non-profit organizations, she advocated for policies and projects to strengthen regional economic development. She organized and participated in coalitions to address energy and emission related issues. She developed business strategies for national and international transportation and energy markets, and remains a driving force for energy-related procurements.
Accomplished in process and performance improvements, international contract negotiations in North America and Europe, as well as multidisciplinary engineering and business consultancy, she coached, mentored, and advised, both start-ups and established firms.
Ms. Janowicz brings a wide range of expertise in business strategy and advocacy, government relations, transformative technologies, and stakeholder engagement. She maintains strong relationships with key elected/appointed officials and staff at the international, federal, state and local levels, with a focus on seaports, airports, and transportation agencies.
Her expertise encompasses a holistic approach to the total asset lifecycle and spans from planning through construction to operations and maintenance. Kat Janowicz is a frequent speaker and active member of trade associations and professional organizations, and serves on nonprofit boards.
Her upcoming book about the green ports initiative will serve as a guide on sustainable development and stakeholder engagement for ports and transportation agencies around the world.