Resource Systems Group, Inc.
United States of America
Michelle joined RSG’s Transportation Market Research group in 2014. With 20 years of project management experience, her expertise includes managing several large household travel surveys and other transportation studies. She specializes in survey methodology, questionnaire design, database design, data collection, field team management, and mobile technologies. She has been a certified Geographic Information Systems (GIS) professional since 2003, and has extensive experience with GIS technologies. Prior to joining RSG, Michelle worked for both large and small research and engineering firms with a focus on transportation, health, and environmental constraints. At those firms, she was directly responsible for managing GIS, GPS, and survey projects. Michelle has led the design, deployment, data processing, analysis, and reporting for over 35,000 persons and vehicles with GPS technology throughout the world. Michelle is a strong supporter of her alma mater, Michigan State University, serving as the chair of the MSU Department of Geography, Environment and Spatial Sciences Alumni Advisory Board. She enjoys travel and exploration, whether backpacking in Alaska, rock climbing in Tennessee, or surfing in Costa Rica. When closer to home, Michelle can often be found hiking and camping with her canine sidekick.
Methodology, questionnaire design, database design, data collection, field team management, and mobile technologies
Lee, M. and Meehan, L. Collecting Baseline Data on Physical Activity and Health as part of a Regional Travel Survey. Poster presentation by Lee, M., International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Amhert MA. June 2013
Bradley, M., Bergman, Å., Lee, M., Greene, E., Childress, S. Predicting and Applying Differential Response Rates in Address-Based Sampling for a Household Travel Survey. Presented at Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2015.
Greene, E., Bergman, Å., and Lee, M. Refreshing the Household Travel Survey: Case Studies of Continuous Surveys in Seattle and Calgary. Presented at the 15th TRB National Transportation Planning Applications Conference, May 2015.