Jeremy Wilhelm

Managing Consultant

Jeremy Wilhelm is an experienced and process-oriented project manager with a focus on business development in the household travel survey market. With over 15 years of experience, he excels at data analysis and consensus-building, turning survey results into practical solutions that unite stakeholders around shared goals. Jeremy has managed some of the largest household travel survey projects, including the National Household Travel Survey, which included 129,000 households. He has also worked on household travel surveys at state and regional levels, including Texas, Michigan, and Colorado.

Before joining RSG, Jeremy directed work on transportation and mobility, education, and public health projects, most notably in the household travel survey space. He also supported federal agency initiatives like the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s EEO-1 Component 1 data collection program. Throughout his career, Jeremy has been fascinated by organizational structures and networks. In each role, he has found ways to improve connections and dynamism within teams and across practices.

In his free time, Jeremy enjoys the occasional home improvement project, mountain biking with his kids, jogging, and casual front porch music sessions with friends. He also coaches his children in local youth sports leagues and volunteers for school and community events whenever possible.

MA, City and Regional Planning, Georgia Institute of Technology

BA, Philosophy, Georgia State University

Wolf, J., Wilhelm, J., Casas, J., and Sen, S. 2013. “A case study: Multiple data collection methods and the NY/NJ/CT Regional Travel Survey.” In J. Zmud, M. Lee-Gosselin, M. Munizaga, and J.A. Carrasco (Eds.), Transport survey methods: Best practice for decision making (pp. 71-90). Bingley, U.K.: Emerald.

Wilhelm, J., Wolf, J., and Oliveira, M.S. “Application of GPS-based prompted recall methods in two household travel surveys” poster session. Annual Transportation Research Board Conference, Washington, DC. January, 2012.

Wolf, J., Wilhelm, J., and Oliveira, M.S. “The Cleveland GPS-based Household Travel Survey.” Transportation Planning Applications Conference, Transportation Research Board, Columbus, OH May, 2013.

Wilhelm, J., and S. McCloskey. “The 2017 Method Changes and Implications.” Presented at the 2018 National Household Travel Survey Workshop, Keck Center, Washington, D.C., June 2018.