Tanner Johnson has over two decades of substantive experience handling issues related to coastal restoration and resiliency, federal energy policy, environmental restoration, federal and NGO grant processes and the purchase of land by federal agencies for conservation purposes.  Tanner works closely with former Senator Mary Landrieu to assist clients with issues related climate change, federal energy policy, disaster resiliency, adaptation, coastal and wetlands restoration, as well as other environmental and natural resources policy issues.

Prior to joining the firm, Tanner managed the $2.5 billion Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund, a grant fund resulting from the BP oil spill which in part funds coastal restoration efforts in Louisiana, where he  distributed over $1 billion of these funds to projects along the coast in Louisiana and Texas.

Outside of work, Tanner enjoys spending time with his wife Brooke and their two sons, Briggs and Bowen, and is an active member of his local community.