Jim Brogan is a member of the RSG executive team and leads the development and implementation of new market and business development strategies in both new and established transportation and mobility markets. He has over 25 years of experience in multimodal planning, operations, strategic planning, transit planning, and investment support at the national, state, and local levels, and has helped state DOTs, MPOs, ports, railroads, transit agencies, and regional coalitions across the country more effectively identify and address multimodal issues within their planning and investment activities. He has led or supported long-range transportation and strategic plans in more than a dozen states. In addition, Jim has developed transportation plans, programs, and policies for some of the largest metropolitan areas in the country, supported the planning activities of the country’s largest multistate coalitions, and led groundbreaking research for the National Cooperative Highway and Freight Research Programs.
Before joining RSG, Jim led the Integrated Planning and Policy practice for Cambridge Systematics, where he oversaw business development and project delivery activities in four national practice areas: planning and performance management, freight and economics, transportation safety, and transit and shared mobility.
A proud Coast Guard Veteran, he is an active volunteer supporting local youth basketball and soccer programs in Southern California and is an avid runner, reader, and sports and live music fan.
Jay Evans is the Chief Operating Officer for RSG, addressing successful delivery of projects across all markets through supportive business operations and sustainable leverage and growth of our most important asset – our people. Jay has over 25 years of relevant experience, including in business operations, corporate finance, and consulting practice. He has performed consulting in both the public and private sectors, working in the transportation, telecommunication, energy, real estate, and consumer packaged goods industries. His project work has ranged from travel demand forecasting model development and application to strategic decision support for major investments. He has served in a variety of Project Management and Program Manager roles.
Prior to joining RSG, Jay was an operations executive and principal consultant with Cambridge Systematics. He was a lead author and co-Principal Investigator for Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 95, the Traveler Response Handbook, and contributing author and Principal-in-Charge for National Highway Cooperative Research Program (NCHRP) Report 716, Travel Demand Forecasting: Parameters and Techniques.
Jay enjoys city living with his partner of 25+ years in Washington, D.C. and engaging in interesting travel, bicycling adventures, and crossword puzzles.
Jay is a registered Professional Engineer in D.C., Florida, and Virginia.
Tim Young is responsible for RSG’s technology strategic planning, business alignment, and growth. He leads engagement in the areas of IT, Software/DevOps, Data Privacy, Office Services and special projects while balancing risk to security and traditional governance. Tim actively collaborates with business leaders, project managers and developers to deliver high quality solutions to our clients with state of the art technology. He strives to cultivate a culture where information and resources can be quickly accessed; where collaboration has reduced barriers; where accountability and responsibility is a priority; and where being a customer-centric company is a reality.
In addition to his work at RSG, Tim serves on the Forbes Technology Council and is a member of The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Prior to joining RSG, Tim was Vice President of Information Technology at Bright Horizons Family Solutions as well as other technology executive positions. He has served as council member of CIO Executive Council, on the board for Nashua Children’s Learning Center, and on a Work and Witness team to Panama. He has been quoted in CIO, Forbes, Computer World, Information Security & CRN magazines, and has published works on Servant Leadership, IT Innovation, and Vendor Relationships.
Tim is a husband, father, author, teacher and speaker. He lives in New Hampshire with his family, and loves anything outdoors related.
Stephen Lawe leads RSG’s strategic planning and implementation and is responsible for overall management of the company, its financial stability, and growth. Stephen has worked at RSG since 1988 and has professional experience in almost all areas of the business. His expertise in the analysis and development of public policy has been nationally recognized, and he is credited with the development of innovative tools and methodologies used by Fortune 500 companies in the formulation of their marketing strategies. He continues to serve as a technical advisor on select projects and leads research to understand the future challenges facing RSG's clients.
In addition to his work with RSG, Stephen was an assistant professor at Vermont Law School and continues to advance national research in public policy management, resource modeling, and private sector strategy development.
He enjoys spending time in the wilderness and engaging in numerous sports including skiing, hockey, hiking, and biking. Stephen shares his love for sports with his children by coaching their hockey and soccer teams and generally instilling a love of the outdoors.
Thomas Adler is a founding leader of the RSG team and continues to guide the company through influential project work, innovative research and strategic direction. He has personally directed over 250 major projects and has more than 40 years of experience in developing and applying advanced models to client challenges. His project work ranges from feasibility studies for large infrastructure development, to marketing strategy studies for Global 100 companies, to detailed planning studies for both public and private sector initiatives.
Before cofounding RSG in 1986, Tom was a professor at Dartmouth College, teaching courses in consumer choice modeling, operations research, computer science, and engineering. He also served as director of the graduate program in resource policy at Dartmouth, and was the principal investigator for several large, federally-sponsored research projects. He continues this research today as principal investigator and task leader for six National Academies studies.
Tom enjoys skiing, skating, bicycling and hiking in Vermont and, with his wife of 40 years, visiting his three daughters (all management consultants, in London, New York, and Cambridge) and grandchildren.