Prior to founding Eric Evans & Company, LLC, Evans played a major role in one of the most significant urban development undertakings in the City of Baltimore. Evans was most recently with East Baltimore Development, Inc. (EBDI), where he project managed the development of the Bio-Tech Park at Johns Hopkins and served as the special assistant to the president and CEO. Evans managed infrastructure improvements for an $800 million neighborhood redevelopment project which included approximately two million square feet of Life Sciences space and 1,200 new or renovated homes for mixed income buyers and renters. Evans also coordinated the Planned Unit Development approval process, serving as the chief liaison between EBDI and community leaders, neighborhood organizations, and a variety of Baltimore City agencies.
Prior to joining EBDI, Evans advised multinational corporations on the federal
tax consequences of international business activities for PricewaterhouseCoopers,
Evans currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Midtown Development
Evans received his BA from Brown University, a Juris Doctorate
and MBA from Boston College, and was a fellow at the Center for Urban Redevelopment
Excellence at the University of Pennsylvania.