b&w-team-photo-Clark WorthClark Worth, Principal

Clark Worth is widely known for his expertise in designing and conducting public processes that engage citizens and empower them to contribute meaningfully to important community decisions. His expertise in a range of subject areas and public initiatives—economic development, public utilities and infrastructure, land use planning and urban growth, transportation, transit, public art, parking, and public finance — provide for deep understanding of communities’ issues and opportunities and the need for shared public understanding of solutions. He is adept at developing strategic public outreach and communications plans that effectively involve diverse stakeholders, so all voices are heard – even for the most controversial subjects.

Education

  • Post-graduate studies, Public Administration, University of Oregon
  • Bachelor of Science, University of Oregon

 

Kevin Hanway, Partner

b&w-team-photo-Kevin HanwayKevin Hanway is widely sought after for his expertise in policy, governance and administration for municipal water systems and local governments. He offers clients expertise in all facets of complex infrastructure projects including intergovernmental negotiations and agreements, municipal finance and debt financing, water law and related legal fields, master planning, infrastructure construction, water system operations, and public engagement and communications.

Among his accomplishments, Kevin directed the Hillsboro Water Department, kickstarted the creation of the Willamette Water Supply Program, and successfully secured WIFIA funding for the Willamette Water Supply Program, ensuring the program’s financial future.

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Iowa State University
  • Law degree from the University of Iowa
  • Member of Oregon State Bar

 

 

Kim Marshall, Senior Associate

b&w-team-photo-Kim MarshallKim Marshall has worked in the water industry for over a decade. She is an expert at communication planning, strategic planning, and financial analysis. Kim started her career on the finance side of the water business and has leveraged that perspective in communications, customer service, and strategic planning projects in Oregon, Washington, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.

Prior to joining Barney & Worth, Kim was the Director of Client Services for Blue Drop, a non-profit subsidiary of DC Water whose mission is to find additional economic value in DC Water’s assets. Since joining Barney & Worth Kim has helped develop Hillsboro Water’s 5-year Strategic Plan,  supported the City of Sandy’s WIFIA application process, and facilitated Tigard’s Public Safety Advisory Board.

Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from American University
  • MBA from University of Maryland, College Park

 

 

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