Grantham Man Joins RSG Board
White River Junction — RSG Director Dan Weinstein, of Grantham, and RSG Senior Director Peter Plumeau, of South Burlington, Vt., have been appointed to the RSG board of directors by the company’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan trustees.
The board of directors is responsible for governance of the company, providing direction and oversight to management. The appointments are the first for both Plumeau and Weinstein.
Weinstein’s expertise is in new business development and market strategy work for Fortune 500 clients. He began his career at RSG working on transportation planning projects and refocused on market strategy after working at Google, where he managed a large-scale effort to increase YouTube’s revenue.
At RSG, he leads a team that applies research-based analytics to business solutions. He has a master’s degree in business administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and is a two-time Olympic athlete and former United States champion in short track speed skating.
Plumeau manages RSG’s Burlington office and leads RSG’s policy and freight planning work. He has been with RSG for seven years and has over 25 years’ experience communicating complex issues to diverse audiences and facilitating consensus-building among disparate parties, including legislators, agency officials, private firms and the public on three continents.
RSG applies modeling and analytics to transportation planning, market strategy, environmental management and custom software development. The company is a 100 percent employee owned and is headquartered in White River Junction with additional offices in Burlington, Concord, Arlington, Va., Evansville, Ind., Chicago, Salt Lake City and San Diego.