As Climate Fellow in 2014 and 2015, Graham helped build Climate Solutions' outreach to smaller businesses. He focused on businesses and sectors that have the greatest risk from climate change, and those that have the greatest opportunity from sustainability.
Most recently Graham has been working to support business incubation in the South Sound. He is also an executive coach and supports leadership of organizations implementing major change. Locally, he was the founding Executive Director for the Washington Clean Technology Alliance, and the Director for Research and Program Operations at Washington Technology Center.
Graham’s early career spanned railroads, tire manufacture, steel and shipbuilding. He was a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting (formerly Coopers & Lybrand), where he advised senior management in many sectors including electric utilities, fast moving consumer goods, high tech, government agencies and higher education. His consulting clients include AEP (American Electric Power), Civil Aviation Authority, Dale Carnegie franchisees, Federal Aviation Authority, Lucent Technologies, National Grid, PacifiCorp, Puget Sound Regional Council, Scottish Power, Seattle City Light, Symbol Technologies, the UK Gas Regulator, and the US Forest Service.
Graham is a board member of the British American Business Council of the Pacific Northwest, an advisory board member for the Institute of Technology at University of Washington Tacoma, the chair of the Loan Review Advisory Committee for the City of Federal Way, an advisory board member for the Boys and Girls Club of Federal Way, and a Senator of Junior Chamber International. He holds an M.Sc. in Operational Research from the University of Hull, England and a B.Sc. in Physics, Mathematics and Economics from the University of Sussex, England.