PRM Consulting Group


Our clients depend on the expert advice and quality work that our consulting staff provides. Because at PRM, people really matter, our staff is comprised of some of the best strategists, actuaries, consultants, analysts, graphic designers and other HR professionals in our business.

Gregory L. Davis chairs PRM’s Executive Search Practice specializing in talent acquisition for business, not-for-profit associations and academic institutions. He has more than 21 years of experience in recruiting/staffing at all levels within the public and private sector. Prior to joining PRM, Greg was the executive vice president for the Washington, DC Chamber of Commerce. He also is a former director of the National Association of Manufacturers, and has served in various positions with Northrop Grumman, Eli Lilly, Dun & Bradstreet, Reuben Donnelly and Bell Atlantic corporations. Greg is a graduate of Howard University and has completed graduate studies at the George Washington University and Carnegie Mellon University. He has been honored for his contributions, receiving INC Magazine’s Outstanding Judges Award, Washington Hospital Center Award, Dun & Bradstreet Award and Northrop Grumman Award of Excellence.

Patricia Evans is a principal with PRM specializing in human resource management, organizational development, interpersonal problem solving and change management. She has more than 14 years experience as a human resources practitioner, leading organizations’ efforts toward climate and culture change. Her past consulting assignments included a large-scale diversity initiative for the federal government. Prior to joining PRM, Patricia served as regional manager of human resources for Equity Office Properties (EOP), the largest publicly-held owner and manager of commercial real estate. She also served as manager of staffing and employee relations for Manugistics, Inc., and as both manager of employee relations and manager of training and development for Claims Administration Corporation. Patricia has a BS degree in business administration and an MA degree in human resource management from the University of Maryland.

Charmagne Helton is a director at PRM specializing in communications. Charmagne has more than seven years of experience as a communication consultant with both Aon Consulting and Buck Consultants. Prior to entering consulting, Charmagne worked in public relations, serving as a spokesperson for Cingular Wireless and the internal communications manager for BellSouth Mobility. Charmagne began her career as a newspaper reporter covering government and politics for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, where she worked for eight years. Charmagne graduated magna cum laude from Spelman College with a Bachelor’s degree in English, and was also a Knight Fellow at the University of Maryland’s School of Journalism.

Ron Huling is a principal with PRM and has more than 30 years of employee benefit consulting experience. He has assisted some of the nation's largest employers with benefit plan strategic alignment, cost management, compliance and vendor management. His consulting experience spans the full range of for-profit, not-for-profit, public and private sector employers. He is a thought leader, having developed the first two flexible benefit plans in the mid-Atlantic region and participated in implementing the first area point-of-service medical plan. He has held prominent positions with several of the industry's leading consulting firms, including Watson Wyatt and Towers Perrin. Earlier in his career, he started and built the Washington health & welfare practice for one of the industry's more prominent firms. Ron was a charter recipient of the Employers Council of Flexible Compensation's Certified Flexible Compensation Instructor professional designation. He is also a member of the National Association of Manufacturers' employee health care subcommittee and a Chartered Life Underwriter. He has a BS in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Drexel University.

Peter Kennedy is a principal with PRM. He has more than 25 years of experience conducting and managing consulting projects for private, non-profit and public sector employers.  His expertise includes the review, analysis, design, development, implementation, communication and administration of executive compensation, employee compensation, performance management, incentives and total rewards. Prior to joining PRM, Peter managed the benefits administration outsourcing operation for ADP Benefit Services in Maryland, and served as the head of Aon Consulting’s Baltimore and Bethesda offices. He was a founding partner of Kennedy & Rand Consulting, Inc., one of PRM Consulting Group’s partner companies. Peter speaks and writes frequently about his areas of expertise, and is an active volunteer, currently serving as a member of the Board of Trustees of InCharge Institute of America, Inc. where he chairs the Executive Compensation Committee.  He also serves on the Board of the Washington DC Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors, and the Corporate Board of the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans. Peter received a Bachelor’s degree in Government from Oberlin College and an MSM degree in economics and industrial relations from Sloan School of Management, M.I.T.

Larry A. King is a PRM principal and the project leader for municipal government consulting. Prior to joining PRM, Larry served in several municipal capacities, including  deputy city administrator for public management; interim chief procurement officer and director of personnel for the District of Columbia government; director of personnel for the Bureau of Labor Statistics; and special assistant to the acting archivist of the United States during the early months of the first term of President Clinton, where he acted as a sounding board to the acting archivist for public affairs, Congressional relations, and general management and personnel issues. He has a Master’s degree in public administration from American University.

Lyn McCloskey is a principal with PRM, and has more than 15 years of experience working with a diverse range of non-profits, higher education institutions and companies in the for-profit sector.  Lyn specializes in the design and development of employee pay programs for non-profit organizations, including job classification systems. She is regularly involved in conducting competitive market analysis for both executives and staff, including incentive plan design and broad-based benefits reviews. In addition, she is experienced in the programming, design, conduction and production of salary and benefits surveys and has managed the annual publication of PRM’s Management Compensation Report of Not-for-Profit Organizations, as well as several other annual and biennial surveys. Lyn is a member of the American Society of Association Executives and World At Work. She has an Associate’s degree in law from Anne Arundel Community College.

Larry Milner is a PRM consultant and strategic planning expert with several years of training, technical assistance management, communication and strategic planning experiences with local, state, national and international organizations. He is a lifetime certified association executive by the American Society of Association Executives and is a certified industrial developer by the American Industrial Development Council. He has designed, developed and deployed organizational evaluation tools for institutions in developing nations. He has a BA degree from the University of Texas and a Masters degree from Texas State University.

Jim Moss is managing director and founder of PRM Consulting. He has more than 30 years of both consulting and corporate human resources experience, and is one of the nation’s leading experts in executive compensation for not-for-profit organizations. Prior to founding PRM, Jim was a principal and rewards practice Leader in the Washington consulting office of Towers Perrin. He has also held human resources and compensation positions with RCA Corporation and Random House, Inc. Jim has a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Morehouse College and has completed some graduate studies at New York University. Throughout his career, he has been recognized with business and civic awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from World At Work, and a Presidential Citation from the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education.

Bill Nicholson is principal and senior communicator with more than 25 years of consulting experience. He manages PRM’s Atlanta office. Bill has helped clients with a full spectrum of human resource communication issues including defined contribution and defined benefit retirement plans, pay programs, broad-based and executive incentive compensation plans, performance management, medical plans, health management initiatives and workforce strategy. He previously led Aon Consulting’s communication practice in Atlanta and Towers Perrin’s communication practice in the Rocky Mountain region. At Buck Consultants, he represented the communication line of business on the firm’s merger & acquisition leadership group. Prior to entering consulting, he worked in corporate communication for two Fortune 500 firms. He began his career in journalism, working at CBS News and reporting sports for The Dallas Morning News. Bill’s client work has been recognized with the prestigious Gold Quill awarded from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), along with recognition from local IABC chapters, the Public Relations Society of America and Business Insurance. Bill holds degrees in business administration and journalism from Southern Methodist University.

Thomas O.S. Rand is managing director for PRM Consulting Group. An expert on benefit bargaining and labor relations issues, Tom assisted the United States Postal Service for more than 20 years, appearing on numerous arbitration panels on USPS’ behalf. He also served as a trustee for the UMWA Combined Benefit Fund from its establishment in 1992 through his retirement from that position in 2007. Tom is a founding member of Kennedy & Rand Consulting, Inc., one of the companies that joined to form PRM Consulting Group. Prior to that, Tom served a head of Aon Consulting’s Baltimore/Washington office. Tom is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the law school of American University, and is a member of the District of Columbia Bar.  Academic honors have included selection for an Alfred P. Sloan Scholarship at Dartmouth and for a Yale Law School National Scholarship when he was admitted to Yale Law School in 1964, and selection for the law review and election to the Law School Honor Society at American University.

Paul Raven is a PRM consultant and innovative information technology officer. He has more than 20 years of experience delivering cutting-edge IT solutions to world-class organizations, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF). He has demonstrated expertise with IT architecture synchronization, enterprise solutions, project management and global programs.

Adam Reese is a principal with PRM and managing director of the actuarial services division. Adam has more than 30 years of actuarial experience including serving as a Consulting Actuary with Hay Group, Towers Perrin, and Watson Wyatt. Adam is qualified as a pension actuary and holds the Enrolled Actuary designation and is also qualified as a health actuary and is an appointed actuary with the State of Delaware’s Department of Insurance. He is recognized as a national expert in retiree medical matters and has provided Expert Witness actuarial services on several healthcare, retiree healthcare, and pension matters. Adam joined PRM in 2013. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, the past president of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, and a former Board member of the American Academy of Actuaries. He is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Michael J. Rhim is a principal with PRM Consulting Group.  He has more than 20 years experience at increasingly responsible levels of employee benefits positions, beginning with actuarial valuations, moving on to direct service marketing retirement plans to educational, non-profit and government organizations, and overseeing the service management of many of the nation’s largest educational institutions. Prior to joining PRM, he spent the major part of his career in the financial services arena, working most recently as a director and regional vice president at TIAA-CREF, where he managed consultants and conducted strategic initiatives for plan compliance, plan design, investment reviews, 403(b) audits, customer service, retirement planning, new business procurement, employee retirement education, asset allocation and plan document review. He is a highly motivating speaker and has conducted presentations at various conferences on such topics as changes in the 403(b) arena, retirement planning, leadership in a changing retirement community and talent management. Michael graduated from Howard University in 1981 with a BBA in insurance. He is a Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS), and served as DC chapter president for the CEBS organization in 2000. He is a former board member of The Training Source, a non-profit organization in Maryland.

Howard Risher is a PRM consultant specializing in performance management. He has 32 years of experience in human resources, compensation, benefits and performance management. He has held various positions in compensation and benefits consulting at Towers Perrin, IU International Corporation, William M. Mercer and Watson Wyatt. He has also performed human resources and compensation for healthcare and government entities. He has a BA degree from Pennsylvania State University, a Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a Ph.D. in Business in Applied Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been an instructor and course developer for WorldatWork (formerly the American Compensation Association) and a team member of the National Academy of Public Administration. He has also served on the editorial board of Compensation and Benefits Review.

Greg Robertson, an award-winning graphic designer with more than 14 years of industry experience, serves as national creative director for PRM. Branding, website development and identity development are Greg’s areas of expertise, in addition to corporate communication design. Prior to joining PRM, he has held senior creative positions with Buck Consultants and Aon Consulting in Atlanta. Greg’s work has been recognized with many awards from industry and peer groups, including the International Association of Business Communication (IABC), Awards for Publication Excellence (APEX) awards competition, League of American Communications (LACP) and Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Greg began his career as a graphic designer for AGCO, and worked for Emory Health Care before entering consulting. He is an honor graduate with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in graphic design from the University of Georgia.

Jim Rogers is a principal with PRM and specializes in HR training. A master facilitator with more than 20 years of human resource and training design experience, Jim’s areas of expertise include race and gender issues, sexual harassment, conflict resolution, stress management, performance management, leadership development, work flow analysis and business process redesign, and developing high performance teams and work environments. He is a nationally recognized speaker, facilitator and senior management consultant for Fortune 50 organizations in both the public and private sector. He holds a BS in education from Towson State University and a Master of Applied Behavioral Science and Organization Development from Johns Hopkins University.

Robert G. Sanford, Jr. is a principal and consulting actuary with PRM Consulting Group. Bob has more than 30 years of actuarial experience, including serving as an actuary for William M. Mercer and as an actuarial analyst The Life Insurance Company of Virginia. He also served as a senior actuary and retirement practice leader for Williams, Thacher and Rand (WTR), and as a vice president and retirement practice leader for Aon Consulting. Bob joined PRM in 2008. Additionally, Bob serves as the Retirement Practice Education General Officer of the Society of Actuaries Education and Examination Committee, and is responsible for helping to establish education requirements for actuaries in the US and Canada. Bob is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a member of the American Academy of Actuaries and an Enrolled Actuary authorized to practice before the Internal Revenue Service.  He is a graduate of Duke University.

Gerald Tolliver is a PRM consultant with expertise in federal construction grants, tax administration, hospital management, government contracting and non-profit associations. He has more than 15 years of supervisory experience in accounting, budgeting, contract compliance auditing, collections and customer service. He is a certified government financial manager. Gerald has a BA degree from Howard University, and served as professional auditor for Taylor, Washington and Associates and Arthur Andersen in Washington, D.C. and Chicago.

Laura Viehmyer is a principal consultant with PRM Consulting Group. She has more than 35 years of experience in human resources and organizational development in for profit, non-profit and governmental organizations. Laura’s expertise includes designing best practice programs in recruiting, compensation and benefits, talent assessment, culture transformation, team development, and employer compliance. Prior to joining PRM, she held executive and senior human resources leadership positions with DAI, United States Pharmacopeia, American Institute of Architects, American Council of Life insurers, Arnold Palmer Golf Management Company, and Travelers/EBS, Inc. Laura holds a M.S. in Human Resources and B.A. in Psychology and Education, summa cum laude, from the University of Maryland. She has been an Adjunct Professor at the Catholic University of America since 2007. Laura is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), a Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS), and was credentialed as a Certified Association Executive (CAE) from 2004-2015. A published author and frequent speaker, Laura is also a dedicated volunteer with board service on non-profit and for profit organizations.

Andrew Weir is a senior compensation consultant at PRM Consulting Group, where he manages compensation consulting assignments for clients representing diverse industry sectors. Andrew has more than 20 years’ experience in compensation consulting, including salary administration, compensation program audits, incentive pay, sales effectiveness, executive compensation, labor market surveys and total compensation (pay and benefits). Prior to joining PRM, Andrew served in compensation consulting positions at William H. Mercer and Aon Consulting. Andrew is a graduate of Creighton University with a BS (majoring in Mathematics). He has taught compensation courses for various human resource and professional associations, such as the Human Resource Association of the National Capital Area (HRA-NCA), Washington Technical Professional Forum (WTPF) and the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP). Andrew is a member of WorldatWork and formally served on the Board of the Washington area Compensation and Benefits Association.

Fred C. Whiting is a PRM consultant and retired state senator. He has held legal and senior management positions in major, private sector U.S. and foreign corporations, including serving as president of BF Goodrich – Philippines. He has completed many successful international training engagements in Kuwait, Dubai, Egypt, Jordan, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has a BA degree from Carleton College and an LLB from Yale Law School.

Bill Wilder is an associate with PRM specializing in executive search, applicant assessment and selection, strategic compensation, organizational studies and succession planning. Prior to joining PRM, Bill held human resource positions with the city government of Charlotte and the state government of Florida. The city received several awards from national and state organizations for human resources programs innovations during his tenure with Charlotte city government. Bill is active in numerous national, state and local human resources professional organizations, and has served on the Human Resources Management Panel of the National Academy of Public Administration. He has a Master of Business Administration degree from Queens University of Charlotte and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Florida State University.

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