Ray Outlaw

Senior Engagement and Environmental Planner

BS, Environmental Science, University of Washington – Tacoma, 2005

International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) Certificate in Public Participation, 2008

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2021

Ray Outlaw is a Senior Engagement and Environmental Planner with a strong background in environmental review, documentation, and community engagement. He has supported numerous complex NEPA and SEPA processes for thousands of miles of interstate transmission line and multiple transportation and natural resource projects, including Capitol Lake – Deschutes Estuary Long-Term Management Project Environmental Impact Statement, Gateway West and Boardman to Hemingway Transmission Lines, and the I-5 Corridor Reinforcement.

Professional Strengths

Comprehensive understanding of environmental regulations and requirements, particularly related to when and how to engage stakeholders

Ability to understand and describe complex technical information in numerous formats for all types of audiences, from highly technical to general public

Expertise in facilitation and traditional and digital techniques that support collaboration and partnerships

Creative and collaborative problem solver who brings clients, teams, and stakeholders together to deliver durable solutions