Trevin is the chief economist and vice-president of Policy and Advocacy at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. In this capacity, he helps develop national policy positions aimed at improving Canada’s economic performance and the competitiveness of Canadian business.
As an award-winning business economist, Trevin has helped organizations identify and manage opportunities arising from the trends that are reshaping industry and international business. He is also an advisor to both private and public sector leaders, and has counselled senior corporate executives and policymakers around the world. Trevin was named as a member of Ottawa’s Forty Under 40 for founding and leading BDO Canada’s national economic development consulting line.
His research has been published in Routledge's International Studies in Business History, cited in NATO's Strategic Foresight Analysis, and taught at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and the Center for Homeland Defense and Security.
Trevin studied at Carleton University in Canada, as well as at the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Switzerland. He has held appointments as an international scholar at Yale University's Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, as an E.C. Harwood Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, and as a lecturer in politics, economics, and international studies at the American University in Dubai.