Commissioner Alan Nevin has lived in San Diego for 40 years, where he and his wife have raised their two grown children. He holds a master’s degree from Stanford with an emphasis in statistical research. He also earned a Master’s in Business Administration from American University in Washington, D.C., with an emphasis on market research.
By trade, Commissioner Nevin is a demographer and economist. Currently, he is the Director of Economic Research and Valuations for Xpera Group. For most of his career, Commissioner Nevin has concentrated on the study of population, employment, and housing trends in California. He has taught courses at University of San Diego, San Diego State University, and National University. Additionally, he has taught real estate and demographic-related courses at UC San Diego Extension for 25 years. Commissioner Nevin also serves on the Board of the UC San Diego Economic Roundtable and as an advisor to the UC San Diego Department of Real Estate and Real Estate Development.
Commissioner Nevin has authored numerous publications including the book, The Great Divide, which examines national and global demographic trends.