23 Salem Drive
Scarsdale, NY 10583
Mark L. Kramer (M.S. and B.S. in meteorology from New York University, School of Engineering and Science) has over 25 years of experience as a consulting forensic meteorologist. Mr. Kramer has personally consulted in hundreds of weather and climate evaluations. He often works with experts in other disciplines and was formerly with Meteorological Evaluation Services Co., Inc.
His clients consist of law firms, insurance companies, large and small businesses, industries, and municipalities that return for the excellence in service, professionalism and his ability to provide expert opinions, answer their questions and provide data to support his findings and conclusions.
Mr. Kramer has been qualified as an expert meteorologist and has provided testimony in both plaintiff and defendant cases in Federal, State, County and Municipal courts.
He taught meteorology as an adjunct faculty member at Pace University. He authored peer-reviewed, technical articles on atmospheric sciences. Mark L. Kramer is a member of the American Meteorological Society and present Chairperson of the New York City/Long Island Chapter of the American Meteorological Society. He has held several offices in professional organizations, such as Chair of the Atmospheric Sciences Section of the New York Academy of Sciences and President of the Hudson Valley Council of Technical Societies.
In addition, he volunteers in educational outreach competitions through MathCounts, Science and Technology Fairs and is the New York State and Connecticut Science Olympiad meteorology event writer. Mr. Kramer assisted in writing and running the Road Scholar event at the National Science Olympiad held at George Washington University is Washington D.C. in May 2008.