Kevin Hathaway

Vice President

Kevin is an interdisciplinary researcher and statistician with broad experience in large-scale transportation, housing, environment, health, and consumer market research problems. Kevin has directed or co-directed a dozen national and international-level research projects for Fortune 100 companies and U.S. Federal agencies. In his management role at RSG, he focuses on business strategy while directing RSG’s technical consulting capabilities including data science, software engineering, and smartphone-based data collection.

Before joining RSG in 2000, Kevin was a SAS programmer for the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Dartmouth.

Kevin is an avid backpacker, snowboarder, and plays far too much pool. He lives in Maine with his family and two golden retrievers.

MS, Biostatistics & Epidemiology, Dartmouth College
BS, Ecology, University of New Hampshire

Hathaway, K. Visualizing Household Smartphone-Based Travel Diary Data. Presentation for TRB ABJ95 Committee. TRB 2016 Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Hathaway, K. Analytics, Big Data, and Transportation. Presentation to FHWA’s Data Visualization Center. November 2015. Washington, D.C.

Hathaway, K. Random Moment Sampling to Understand Worker Behavior: Applications for Government and Business. August 2014. Joint Statistical Meetings. Boston, MA.

Hathaway, K., J. Gliebe, and C. Smith. Statistical Peril in the Transportation Planning Polygon. May 2013. Presented at TRB Planning Applications. Columbus, OH.

Coogan, P., L. White, S. Evans, T. Adler, K. Hathaway, J. Palmer, L. Rosenberg. 2011. Longitudinal Assessment of Urban Form and Weight Gain in African-American Women. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. DOI: 10.1016/j.amepre.2010.12.013 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3059803/

Coogan, P., L. White, T. Adler, K. Hathaway, J. Palmer, and L. Rosenberg. 2009. Prospective Study of Urban Form and Physical Activity in the Black Women’s Health Study. American Journal of Epidemiology. DOI: 10.1093/aje/kwp264.Xx http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/content/170/9/1105.full.pdf+html?sid=9a1a98a5-3fdf-46b7-bc8b-838d9e894354