Alison Nemirow manages many complex projects involving infrastructure financing, real estate market and financial feasibility analysis, economic development, and economic and fiscal impact analysis. She recently completed studies of the potential to use value capture strategies to pay for new transit investments in the Boston region, Silicon Valley, and San Francisco. She has also recently managed retail and economic development strategies in the cities of Oakland, Cupertino, and San Francisco, and conducted market analyses to inform land use and transportation planning efforts in Monterey County, San Diego, and Fresno.
Alison holds a Master in City Planning from the University of California, Berkeley, where she concentrated her studies on economic development and housing policy. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from the University of Chicago.