Stephen Poltorzycki
Navista The Public Affairs Group, Inc. is a Washington, DC-based public affairs firm specializing in creating and supporting collaborations, coalition and organizational management, and strategic counseling.
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Stephen Poltorzycki

The Boston Environmental Group

Mr. Poltorzycki is the founder and President of The Boston Environmental Group, a firm dedicated to providing excellence in environmental, health, and safety (“EHS”) and sustainable development consulting. The focus of his work is to assist clients with EHS and sustainable development strategy, organizational, and management challenges in maximizing the business value of their EHS and social responsibility activities.

He has worked for clients in the pharmaceuticals, consumer products, chemicals, petroleum, aerospace, scientific and photographic equipment, telecommunications, electric and gas utility and financial services sectors. For these clients he has developed strategies and processes to create and deliver business value, evaluated and designed organizational frameworks, benchmarked performance and model practices, and assessed, designed, and implemented management systems to assure compliance, manage risk and obtain competitive advantage.

Mr. Poltorzycki is the author of Creating Environmental Business Value, published by Crisp Publications, as well as a number of articles in various publications on the subjects of environmental management and sustainable development.

Prior to founding The Boston Environmental Group, Mr. Poltorzycki was a Vice President of Arthur D. Little and a member of its Environmental, Health and Safety practice. He joined Arthur D. Little after serving as a corporate litigation attorney with Union Carbide Corporation and Kelley Drye & Warren, where he gained extensive experience in the litigation and management of safety and environmental issues. While at Union Carbide Corporation, he managed and coordinated the technical and legal resources necessary to assess the origin and ramifications of the Bhopal incident.

Mr. Poltorzycki received his BA with High Honors from Wesleyan University and his JD from the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law, where he was Notes and Comments Editor of the Law Review.