Travis D. James brings nearly 20 years of experience in economic analysis, strategic planning, and policy development. Currently, Mr. James leads the firm's efforts in economic impact studies, statistical analysis, and strategic planning. While at TXP, Mr. James has conducted over 200 economic and tax revenue impact studies for projects located in California, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Texas. He specializes in sub-regional analysis that requires blending economic analysis, land planning, GIS tools, and long-term forecasting.
Prior to joining TXP, Mr. James worked at ExxonMobil in the global information systems technology division in Washington, D.C. His duties required lengthy international travel to South America, Europe, and Asia in order to develop and support large-scale global systems solutions. Mr. James also spent five years as a project manager at a national economic development consulting firm where he worked on numerous studies throughout the United States.
Mr. James holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin. He also received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Texas State University. Mr. James earned an MBA from St. Edward's University.