Hyun-A Park has spent her 25 year career working to strengthen strategic management processes for transportation and other public sector capital assets. Prior to co-founding Spy Pond Partners, Ms. Park was Vice President at Cambridge Systematics, Inc. with responsibility for the Asset Management business line. She also served as Deputy Director of the Massachusetts Division of Capital Planning and Operations.
Ms. Park chairs the TRB Policy and Organization Group and is a member of the TRB Technical Activities Council. She has Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Urban Studies and Planning from MIT. She was a term member of the MIT Corporation from 2001-2006.
Chief Technical Officer
Frances Harrison has over 30 years of experience consulting to federal, state and local transportation agencies on a broad array of policy, planning, performance management, and technology initiatives. She currently focuses on implementation of data, information and knowledge management programs to support improved transportation agency decision making.
Ms. Harrison is a member of the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Information Systems and Technology Committee, the TRB Special Task Force on Data for Decisions and Performance Measurement, and the TRB Special Task Force on Knowledge Management. She has Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from MIT, and a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering-Transportation from the University of California at Berkeley.
William Robert has more than 20 years of experience in the transportation industry. At Spy Pond Partners, Mr. Robert focuses on implementing asset management systems and approaches. He has extensive experience analyzing asset investment needs, developing performance measures and models, performing systems analysis, and designing and developing management systems. His recent work includes analyses of highway, rail and transit assets for a range of public and private sector clients.
Mr. Robert is a member of the TRB Asset Management Committee and Transit Management and Performance Committee. He previously served as a member of the TRB Bridge Management Committee. He is an associate member of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and member of the editorial board of the ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems. Mr. Robert received a Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering, and a Bachelor’s degree in Physics, both from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.