Paul D. Evans
Paul D. Evans, PhD is a retired corporate financial officer, decision scientist, and academician. More recently he served multiple terms as Board Treasurer for the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) and on the Finance Committee of Arlington Neighborhood Village (ANV).
Dr. Evans spent the majority of his professional career in information systems support and management, and in facilitating group decision making for clients in numerous Federal and state agencies and in international and national not-for-profit organizations.
A graduate of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) Ross Business School, Dr. Evans received his Doctorate after studying how business professionals decide to trust spreadsheet models developed by others. He then joined the Business School faculty at George Mason University in the Department of Decision Sciences. Along the way, he earned certifications as a Certified Internal Auditor and Certified Information Systems Auditor.
Originally from southwestern Ohio, Paul graduated from the University of Dayton in both Computer Science (BS) and Management Science (MS). He currently lives with his wife of nearly fifty years in Falls Church, VA; they met as undergraduates in the same academic program at Dayton.
Paul enjoys collecting and displaying glass sculptural objects, listening to choral music, having performed twice on the Concert Hall stage at the Sydney Opera House, lake kayaking, and visiting grandkids.