Tim Young

Chief Information Officer

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 Science, Data Privacy, Office Services and special projects. Tim actively collaborates with business leaders and project managers 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.

CIO Pocket MBA, IT Executive Management, Boston University School of Management
BS, Computer Science, Fitchburg State University

Young, T. “Heartstone: A Journey Out of the Midnight of My Soul.” CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, July 30, 2011.

Young, T. (contributing author). “Paying Too Much For Cloud Storage? 10 Ways To Optimize Your Workload And Save Money.” forbes.com, Forbes Technology Council, February 2, 2018.

Young, T. (contributing author). “Feeling Lost? The Perfect Technology Mentor Can Give You Clarity.” forbes.com, Forbes Technology Council, December 6, 2016.

Young, T. (contributing author). “13 Soft Skills Every Tech Leader Should Have.” forbes.com, Forbes Technology Council, May 24, 2016.

Young, T. (contributing author). “The Role of a CTO/CIO: Leading Technology Executives on Setting Goals, Building a Strong (Inside the Minds).” Thomson West, Aspatore Books, September 30, 2005.

Young, T. (contributing author). “Software Negotiations: Understanding the Motivations, Budgets, and Pressures.” ExecBlueprints, Books 24×7, 2008: p 7-11.

Young, T. (contributing author). “The Heart of the Matter: Placing Innovation at the Center of Your IT Strategy.” ExecBlueprints, Books 24×7, 2005: p 3-4.