We are excited to highlight RSG’s commitment to improving surrounding cities through our participation in a variety of professional organizations. From positions of leadership to committee membership, RSG continues to find new ways to impart its insight and passion for helping and improving communities across California.
California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED) – RSG Principal Jim Simon serves as a committee member on CALED’s Legislative Action Committee and Tax Increment Financing Technical Committee. Through his involvement with both committees, Jim has been instrumental in the drafting of proposed legislation in 2018 that may streamline and reduce costs for formation of enhanced infrastructure financing districts (EIFDs). RSG Senior Associate Suzy Kim also serves as a member of CALED’s Tax Increment Financing Technical Committee.
San Diego Housing Federation (SDHF) – RSG Principal Tara Matthews has recently been appointed to the San Diego Housing Federation Policy Committee. Through her contribution of leadership to the organization, Tara will be helping in the development and implementation of policies that cover a variety of topics from affordable housing in San Diego to local and state legislation.
Urban Land Institute (ULI) – RSG Principal Hitta Mosesman currently serves on ULI’s Women’s Leadership Initiative Council as a committee member. Through her work with the organization, Hitta helps to further the organization’s overall mission of creating a path for the advancement of women in the real estate industry. RSG Associate Dima Galkin is a member of ULI’s Public Realm Initiative Council, which aims to provide insight to all ULI members on best practices, case studies and innovations taking place within the industry.
RSG Senior Analyst Brett Poirier serves as a member of ULI’s Young Leaders Group which looks to cultivate the use of ethical development practices and responsible land use in the industry’s up and coming leaders. Brett is also a committee member of ULI’s Technical Assistance Panel, which performs outreach services through members volunteering their time to help address community land use issues.