David Nevins

President, Bridge Alliance

David Nevins

President, Bridge Alliance

David L. Nevins, graduated with honors in economics from Penn State in 1969 and received an M.B.A. in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1971. He currently serves as President of Nevins Real Estate Management.

Nevins is currently the President of the Bridge Alliance, an alliance of 43 organizations who have come together in civility, respect, and goodwill as a powerful voice in the American political landscape advocating “Country Before Party”

Nevins is a Society of Fellow at the Aspen Institute with a particular interest in supporting the Aspen Rodel Fellowship in Public Leadership, a program designed to support political leaders committed to sustaining the vision of a political system based on thoughtful and civil bipartisan dialogue.

Nevins established and is involved with The Nevins Democracy Leaders program, a signature initiative within The McCourtney Institute for Democracy at Penn State. The Nevins Leaders program provides education and training in transpartisan leadership skills by exposing participants to a variety of philosophies, viewpoints, and strategies; teaching the tools of critical thinking, deliberation, and dialogue; and placing students in unique internship opportunities in democratic and civic renewal.

Nevins is currently a resident of State College Pennsylvania and Palm Beach Gardens Florida where he lives with his wife Catherine Moyal Nevins.

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