Chuck Banks´╗┐

Director - Public Sector Capital Projects & Infrastructure

Guidehouse

Chuck is a director in Guidehouse’s Capital Projects
& Infrastructure (CP&I) Solutions Practice. Prior to
his professional services career, he served in the
Bush43 Administration as an Executive Branch
Presidential Appointee, both as Confidential
Assistant to the Undersecretary for USDA and as a
USDA State Director, where he helped develop and
implement numerous regional disaster recovery

financing initiatives following both natural and man-
induced events, including responding to the 9/11

New York City Attack business recovery plan and the

Greensburg [KS] EF-5 tornado LEED green-
rebuilding initiative. Prior to his Executive Branch

service, Chuck served as a Legislative Branch
Congressional Staff Member, both as an Assistant
State Director and District Congressional Director,
with duties that included the monitoring and
oversight of the federal government’s response to
numerous Presidentially declared disasters. Chuck
enjoyed a private banking career before his federal
government service.
Upon returning to the private sector, Chuck has
worked on a number of post-disaster recovery
projects, including assisting local government bodies
following Superstorm Sandy and the Joplin [MO]
EF-5 tornado with their comprehensive
planning/implementation efforts. With more than 25
years of professional disaster recovery experience, he
as supported leaders across multiple sectors in
assisting with the design and implementation of their
disaster recovery and resilience plans, as well as
advising them on the administration of federally
funded and public/private financed recovery and
redevelopment programs.

Chuck Banks´╗┐

Director - Public Sector Capital Projects & Infrastructure

Guidehouse

Chuck is a director in Guidehouse’s Capital Projects
& Infrastructure (CP&I) Solutions Practice. Prior to
his professional services career, he served in the
Bush43 Administration as an Executive Branch
Presidential Appointee, both as Confidential
Assistant to the Undersecretary for USDA and as a
USDA State Director, where he helped develop and
implement numerous regional disaster recovery

financing initiatives following both natural and man-
induced events, including responding to the 9/11

New York City Attack business recovery plan and the

Greensburg [KS] EF-5 tornado LEED green-
rebuilding initiative. Prior to his Executive Branch

service, Chuck served as a Legislative Branch
Congressional Staff Member, both as an Assistant
State Director and District Congressional Director,
with duties that included the monitoring and
oversight of the federal government’s response to
numerous Presidentially declared disasters. Chuck
enjoyed a private banking career before his federal
government service.
Upon returning to the private sector, Chuck has
worked on a number of post-disaster recovery
projects, including assisting local government bodies
following Superstorm Sandy and the Joplin [MO]
EF-5 tornado with their comprehensive
planning/implementation efforts. With more than 25
years of professional disaster recovery experience, he
as supported leaders across multiple sectors in
assisting with the design and implementation of their
disaster recovery and resilience plans, as well as
advising them on the administration of federally
funded and public/private financed recovery and
redevelopment programs.