Margo Oge is currently a distinguished fellow with Climate Works Foundation, and a member of the board of the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT). She is a member of the NAS Advisory Committee for the US Global Climate Change Research Program and Volkswagen’s International Sustainability Council. After 32 years with the Environmental Protection Agency, she retired as the Director of the Office of Transportation and Air Quality. She led President Obama's first climate action to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of light duty vehicles by 50 percent in 2025. She received presidential awards from Presidents Clinton and Bush, and the Haagen-Smit Clean Air Award from California. She has an MS in engineering from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell and attended George Washington and Harvard universities.