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Principal & Partner Terry Rawnsley leaving SGS to pursue new interests

Posted October 09, 2020

SGS Economics and Planning Terry Rawnsley

Principal & Partner Terry Rawnsley is leaving SGS after 13 years to pursue new interests.

Terry Rawnsley joined SGS Economics and Planning as a Senior Consultant in 2007 and managed the SGS Melbourne practice between 2010 and 2013. He was appointed SGS National Leader of Economic and Social Analysis in 2013 and soon after launched the highly regarded Economic Performance of Australia’s Cities & Regions annual research report. During his time at SGS, Terry also delivered key research and insights into the long-term impact of transport projects on the economy, people and places.

SGS CEO Alison Holloway said that Mr Rawnsley had contributed to many high impact projects across Australia and played a key leadership role in SGS’ transformation into a social purpose and employee-owned company.

SGS Economics and Planning Alison Holloway

Terry has been an important member of our leadership team as we transitioned from a traditional partnership model to an employee-owned business model aligned with our purpose. He has also been a good friend and mentor to me, and many of our team members over the years. While we are sad to see him go, we are pleased to be parting on good terms and wish him the very best in his new pursuits. We look forward to staying connected.

— Alison Holloway

Over the past two months, Mr Rawnsley has been working closely with clients and SGS team members to ensure the smooth handover of project work. His last day at SGS will be Friday 30 October 2020. For existing or new project work enquiries, please contact Liz Mackevicius or Julian Szafraniec.