Seth Miller Gabriel
Seth Miller Gabriel comes to the District from the Institute for Public-Private Partnerships, a Tetra Tech Company, where he was Chief Operations Officer. He is a recognized expert in the Public-Private Partnerships (P3) field in which he has provided both public and private sector leaders with insight and analysis of the growing P3 market. Seth has also assisted national and international private sector firms entering the Public-Private Partnerships market as an independent consultant. Prior to undertaking independent consulting, Seth was the Deputy Executive Director of the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP), the only non-profit organization in the United States focused solely on the increasing utilization of the partnership model. Previously, Seth was a member of KPMG’s Global Infrastructure and Project Group, a leading ‘Big Four’ Public-Private Partnerships consulting team. Seth holds a B.A. (Political Science) from Washington College and a M.P.A. from The Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at the George Washington University.
Deputy Director and Counsel
Judah Gluckman most recently served as Deputy Director in the Office of Policy and Legislative Affairs for Mayor Muriel Bowser. In this capacity, he was a liaison to the DC Council, provided legislative analysis, and coordinated District agency activities to implement the Mayor’s legislative and policy agenda on a range of issues. He joined the office of then-Councilmember Bowser in 2011 as Legislative Counsel for the Committee on Government Operations and later the Committee on Economic Development. Judah worked with Mayor Bowser to research and draft the Public-Private Partnership Act of 2014. Prior to the Council, Judah worked on telecommunications regulatory matters and appellate litigation for Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel, PLLC. He also served as a Metcalf Policy Fellow and Assistant to the Chief of Staff for Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley. Judah is a graduate of the University of Chicago and the American University Washington College of Law.