Scott L. Campbell
Co-Founder & Board Member
Mr. Campbell, a founding shareholder of ARC, is an international energy policy expert, former CEO of an international energy consulting firm, and a former senior U.S. Department of Energy official. Mr. Campbell is currently Managing Director of the Washington Office of Baker Donelson, a national law and public policy firm, and Director of the Howard Baker Forum, the public and international affairs affiliate of Baker Donelson. He also chairs the U.S. – Japan Roundtable on Nuclear Energy Cooperation.
Previously, Mr. Campbell co-founded and served as CEO of Washington Policy & Analysis Inc., an international energy-consulting firm, for eighteen years before its sale to the Informa Group, a business information and publishing company traded on the London Stock Exchange. From 2001 to 2004, Mr. Campbell originated and led the development team for the vigilance vessel profiling system, a terrorism risk management system employed by the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Navy, Scotland Yard and other government entities to reduce the risk of terrorism presented by commercial shipping. He also originated and developed with the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence at St. Andrews University, an internet-based distance learning program in counter terrorism studies for law enforcement and military used around the world today. Additionally, Mr. Campbell served as a consultant to the senior management team at Sandia National Laboratories, and to its Global Nuclear Energy Futures program. He also served as Director of Policy, Planning and Analysis at the U.S. DOE.
Prior to coming to Washington in 1987, Mr. Campbell served as president of an oil and gas consulting firm, an executive vice president of an independent oil and gas company, a lawyer specializing in energy law and litigation, and an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Houston and in Dallas.
Mr. Campbell holds a BA in History from Texas Christian University, an MA in Political Science from George Washington University, and a JD from Southern Methodist University School of Law.