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Haley Armstrong

Director of Policy and Programs


Tel: 202-478-6188


Haley serves as the Director of Programs and Policy for the Institute of Clean Air Companies (ICAC).

Prior to joining ICAC, Haley served as a Program Coordinator at the American Friends of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. In this capacity, she promoted academic cooperation between researchers and professionals in Germany and the United States. Additionally, Haley managed an intern program, U.S. alumni relations, all website and social media platforms, and the advertising and marketing for the organization. As an undergraduate, Haley interned as a Legislative Associate for the Travis County Intergovernmental Relations Office in Austin, Texas during the 2011 legislative session. She focused on appraisal and revenue tax legislation and worked closely with the Travis County Commissioner’s Court and state representatives on initiatives for the Travis County. 


Haley brings experience with membership management, government relations and international cooperation to ICAC. Her primary focus is around working with ICAC members, domestic and international regulators, policymakers, and other key stakeholders to advance innovative technologies for cleaner air as it relates to stationary emissions control and measurement.



Clare Schulzki

Executive Director


Tel: 202-296-8086 ext. 120


Clare Schulzki has more than 15 years of experience in association management, government relations, strategic communications and public relations for environmental, energy and, health and safety policy. She currently serves as the Executive Director for the Institute of Clean Air Companies (ICAC).

Clare has worked to affect legislative and regulatory policy at the federal level for various trade associations including those representing the scrap recycling industry, large industrial users of electricity and natural gas, and manufacturers of advanced ceramics.  In addition to lobbying at the federal level, she has also represented trade associations and companies at the state and local levels.


While representing the scrap recycling industry, Clare lobbied to enact the Superfund Recycling Equity Act of 1999.  The passage of this law provided the scrap recycling industry with a valid defense to Superfund liability, provided companies could demonstrate they took certain steps before shipping recyclable material to a consuming facility. 

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