Craig A. Hill Named Vice President of RTI International's Survey and Computing Sciences Unit

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — RTI International has named Craig A. Hill, Ph.D., the new vice president of the Survey and Computing Sciences Unit.

In this position, Hill is responsible for determining the vision and strategy for the Survey and Computing Sciences Unit, a $165 million business unit that designs and implements projects using a variety of technological, analytical and methodological approaches.

"Craig is a great choice to head RTI's Survey and Computing Sciences Unit," said Wayne Holden, president and CEO of RTI. "He brings many years of experience to the position and is known and respected among our staff members for his practical and innovative approaches to our clients' research needs."

Since 2002, Hill has been vice president of RTI's Survey Research Division. In addition to his new responsibilities, Hill will continue as acting vice president of the Survey Research Division as the search for a replacement is conducted.

Hill has more than 30 years of survey research experience and has directed projects for a wide variety of federal, academic and commercial clients. He has published and presented more than 50 papers related to survey methods, including topics as diverse as hospital ranking methodology, interviewer fraud and new technology for surveys.

Hill holds master's and doctoral degrees in political science from the University of New Orleans, and a bachelor's degree in political science from Northern Illinois University.

Highlights

  • Craig A. Hill, Ph.D., is the new vice president RTI International's Survey and Computing Sciences Unit
  • The unit designs and implements projects using technological, analytical and methodological approaches
  • Hill had been vice president of RTI's Survey Research Division since 2002