Tim Treviño was promoted in January 2012 to serve as the Alamo Area Council of Governments’ (AACOG) first Senior Director of Strategic Planning & Agency Communications. He joined the agency on August 3, 2009 to serve as the agency’s first Director of Public Relations.
In December 2011, Mr. Treviño was invited by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson, to serve as a representative member, and to provide independent advice that represents the views of the Alamo Area Council of Governments on the Good Neighbor Environmental Board; for a two-year term beginning December 12, 2011 and ending January 18, 2013. The Good Neighbor Environmental Board, authorized in 1992 under Section 6 of the Enterprise for the Americas Initiative Act, advises the President on environmental and infrastructure issues along the U.S. border with Mexico. The board is chartered under the Federal Advisory Committee Act, which regulates and governs its operations, including public participation and access to documents.
Prior to joining AACOG, Mr. Treviño served as Vice President of Finance for Aircraft Management International, a Toluca, Mexico based firm. As part of the executive management team, he established a company office in San Antonio, Texas and managed the day-to-day operations. Previous to that post, Mr. Treviño was a Project Manager for the North American Development Bank, responsible for developing new-sector infrastructure projects. In addition to promoting business development opportunities, he served as the Bank’s liaison to the Canadian International Development Agency and Industry Canada-Sustainable Cities Initiative. In addition, Mr. Treviño served as the Senior Planner for Solid Waste and Community Development for the Middle Rio Grande Development Council of Governments.
Between May 1998 and May 2000, he held elected office as a City Councilman for the City of Pearsall, Texas. He currently serves as President of the San Antonio Area Association of Southwestern University Alumni.
Mr. Treviño holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Southwestern University and a Master in City Planning, with a concentration in International Development and Regional Planning, from MIT.