SGS congratulates Terry Rawnsley on his promotion to Principal
SGS Economics and Planning (SGS) is pleased to announce the promotion of Terry Rawnsley to the position of Principal in the Melbourne Practice. Terry joined SGS in 2007 as a Senior Consultant following a long career with the Australian Bureau of Statistics. He worked in a number of roles across the Bureau including:
• The National Accounts Branch where he oversaw the compilation of quarterly and annual estimates of economic activity.
• The Analytical Services Branch where he undertook research into a wide range of topics, employing a diverse range of econometric and statistical methods. His main areas of research included: Labour Market Economics, Crime and Justice Research, Wealth & Income Statistics and Indigenous Disadvantage.
Terry is well respected in the strategic planning and transport appraisal fields. His ability to integrate the macroeconomic and spatial dimensions of economic activity including measuring the economic benefits of proposed transport projects is nationally recognised. Terry is a regular media commentator on a range of economic issues and has had a number of academic papers published during his career.
"Not only is Terry a well respected professional in his field, he is also a well respected colleague and mentor of staff at SGS. We are all proud of Terry' s professional achievements over the last 4 years, his promotion to Principal is our way of ensuring his efforts are recognized at a level he deserves." Clive Attwater, General Manager of SGS.
Over the past year as Practice Leader, Terry has led the team across the Victorian, South Australian and Tasmanian markets. During his time as Practice Leader with SGS he has been instrumental in steering the practice to being awarded the 2011 Consultant Planner of the Year by the Planning Institute of Australia (VIC Division).
For more information please contact Clive Attwater on 03 6244 4154