Justin A. Rison:
As the President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Rison is responsible for the executive leadership of the company’s national consulting and transportation demand management services. In addition to managing the corporate and strategic goals of the company, Rison focuses on key long-term strategies which include the application and support of federal policies, programs and public / private relationships.
Rison’s tenure in the federal government supported various leadership roles and played a key national role for an executive work group as a transportation manager. To further develop this operation, he developed a private sector business model as the owner/operator of a fleet management company supporting government agency transit requests in seven states.
With expertise in sustainable commute options, supplemental funding sources and innovative solutions to transportation demand management techniques, Rison offers valuable business and industry management relationship skills to prospective clients and is exceptional in his ability to manage contractually-based public/private partnerships.
Board of Directors: Georgia Transit Association – 2014-2017
Board of Directors: Southeast Association for Commuter Transportation, Vice President – 2013-2015
Julie A. Christian:
As the Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Mrs. Christian is responsible for the administrative leadership of the company’s national consulting and transportation demand management services. In addition to managing the day-to-day marketing and organizational functions, Christian focuses on key operations, which include marketing research, contractual compliance, client relationship management, and community outreach programs.
Christian’s professional experience as a transportation manager for a Fortune 500 Pharmaceutical company, project manager for a national fleet management company and her involvement on the board and multiple committees for non-profit Transportation Management Associations provide her key and unique insight relating to the operational needs of commuters and commute programs.
Mrs. Christian was recently recognized by the Association of Commuter Transportation (ACT) as one of the Top 40 Under 40 TDM professionals in the nation.
As our Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Mr. Green oversees the management of day to day operations supporting our Human Services and Department of Transportation Paratransit Services. With oversight of route construction, vehicle maintenance and staff planning, Jimmie insures efficiencies are made using key Transitions web based applications to safely manage resources.
As a retired United States Army Veteran and with his additional 15 years supporting Greyhound Bus lines, Mr. Green provides outstanding operational leadership to our front line management team. He also managed staff, vehicles operations and equipment for the Savannah Regional Airport making him extremely proficient in fleet and equipment control.
As Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Brown leverages his extensive client relationship background to infuse current technological practices with excellent customer service. His career as a Transportation Demand Manager has served commuters in areas relating to paratransit services, as well as, various modes of commuter transportation. Additionally, he has successfully managed programs incorporating various state and federal funding sources, Department of Transportation, Federal Highway, State Transportation Planning and various other federal and state funded transit programs.
To improve program efficiencies, Brown has ascertained his Six Sigma Greenbelt Certification, certifications in Human Resource Administration and possesses a Bachelors in Finance. Brown has successfully brokered and managed several multimillion dollar operations relating to fleet and fleet management. Additionally, leading the integration of private resources supporting public and state transit operations gives him key insight in negotiating and meeting the demands of public sector contracts.
Board of Directors: Three Rivers Regional Workforce Development Board 2015-2017
As Director of Finance Mr. Beccaris is responsible for the accounting operations of the company including weekly, monthly, quarterly, annually and ad hoc financial reporting. Further responsibilities include maintaining standard operating procedures coupled with maintaining accounting system controls. In addition he provides accounting recommendations and guidance to management, maintains company funding while supporting development and review.
Jeff graduated from The Pennsylvania State University and currently processes over 15 years of accounting and finance experience.
As Transportation Program Manager, Mrs. Wallace is responsible for the day to day management of staff and resources of our Coastal Georgia operations, including over 50 employees and 45 operational units. Her responsibilities include the approval of client routing, driver training and retention, scheduling, vehicle acquisition and maintenance, and facility management. Nikki monitors program efficiency and local resource allocations to ensure timely and efficient completion of identified program objectives.
Mrs. Wallace has over 8 years of transportation and customer care management experience. Nikki has controlled the Coastal program for DHS for the past 2 years, working closely with 8 counties and state officials.
As Regional Customer Service Manager, Ms. Joyner is responsible for the leadership and management of the Transitions dispatch team. Her responsibilities include the approval of client routing, scheduling, training, facility management and maintaining growth in the call center as well as the resolution of customer concerns.
Shakai studied at the University of South Carolina, obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Management. With over 10 years experience providing customer service, 5 years serving in a management capacity Ms. Joyner leads a team of 8 in customer service, data entry, and route optimization for 98 operational units in 20 counties in the State of Georgia.