Project Development Manager
Golden State Natural Resources (GSNR)
Terrance Rodgers joined the RCRC Staff in 2015 and serves as the Economic Development Officer. Terrance is responsible for identifying and establishing opportunities for economic growth, facilitating community and economic development planning initiatives, identifying and securing funding sources for county and regional infrastructure projects, and liaising with local organizations, businesses and individuals in RCRC communities and regions. Terrance also assists RCRC member counties with enhancing economic resources to help address the unique economic challenges in California’s rural communities.
In his role with GSNR, Terrance is responsible for working with key GSNR consultants, stakeholders, partners and other individuals and entities in both the public and private sector to progress critical aspects in the project development phase and ensure the contracted expertise and knowledge is internally operationalized. Prior to joining RCRC, Terrance managed six professional research staff to develop policy recommendations for CalPERS executive staff and the Board of Administration. Terrance also worked for the Fair Political Practices Commission as a Political Reform Consultant and as a Business Banker for Wells Fargo, LLC. Terrance holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government from the California State University of Sacramento.