Trevin is currently serving in the role of Assistant City Manager and Economic Development Director for the City of Seaside—helping create a prosperous and equitable economy. Trevin has a deep wealth of hands-on knowledge in the fields of public administration and economic development. Most notably Trevin helped attract North America’s first Chinese vehicle manufacturer to California, integrated cannabis legalization into the City of Lancaster’s municipal code, introduced a 50-year Smart Growth strategy, and supported a municipal, predictive analytics program in partnership with Google X/Alphabet Inc.
Richard serves as the Economic Development Manager for Monterey County where he oversees a number of economic development efforts. He has extensive experience in business retention, attraction, expansion, marketing, foreign direct investment and international trade efforts. With more than 8 years of experience, he works closely with public and private industry to bring capital investment, job creation and greater economic opportunities to Monterey County. Mr. Vaughn received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and his Masters in Public Administration from California State University San Bernardino.
Matt services as Assistant City Manager for the City of Marina and point of contact for economic development opportunities. He takes a lead role in guiding your business or project through the City. Areas of focus for the City of Marina include the Marina Municipal Airport, Downtown corridors of Del Monte Avenue and Reservation Road, the Dunes on Monterey Bay commercial development areas, and various undeveloped City-owned properties on former Fort Ord.
Andrew Myrick, CEcD, EDFP, has been working with the City of Salinas for more than 18 years, with the last eight years in Economic Development. Prior to this, he spent five years as the manager of the Salinas Valley Enterprise Zone, a regional economic development organization spanning the Salinas Valley, where he worked on various initiatives supporting the Salinas Valley region, including support of the establishment of a California Welcome Center, creation of a regional Business Retention and Expansion Program, provision of regional business attraction tools, and working to provide services from the Small Business Development Center in cities through the Salinas Valley. During this time he served as a Board Member with the California Association of Enterprise Zones and was Co-Chair of the Government Affairs Committee with that organization. He also has several years of experience in urban planning and land use.
Mr. Myrick is recognized as a Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) by the International Economic Development Council, and as an Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP) by the National Development Council. He possesses a B.A. in Urban Studies and Planning from UC San Diego and an M.S. in Applied Economics and Finance from UC Santa Cruz.