Greg Allison joined the School of Government (then the Institute of Government) in 1997. Prior to that, he was assistant director for the Technical Services Center of the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. He also served as finance director for the City of Morganton, North Carolina. Allison began his governmental career as a senior accountant and auditor for Deloitte and Touche. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and serves on the board of directors of the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants. He is author of A Preparer’s Guide to Note Disclosures and Accounting Issues and Practices: A Guide for Smaller Governments. He is co-author of Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting: Theory and Practice, 8th Edition. Allison earned a BA in accounting from North Carolina State University and has been licensed by the State of North Carolina as a Certified Public Accountant since 1986. He was named the Albert and Gladys Coates Term Lecturer for Teaching Excellence for 2002–2004.
Kirk Boone joined the School of Government in 2014. Previously, he was the North Carolina sales and consulting lead for Tax Management Associates Inc. in Charlotte. Boone began his governmental career in 1992 with the North Carolina Department of Revenue, where he was a property valuation specialist for 18 years. He is designated a Certified North Carolina Appraiser by the North Carolina Association of Assessing Officers, from which he has received the Presidential Award. He is also designated a Personal Property Specialist by the International Association of Assessing Officers, where he is a national instructor and the co-author of several exams as well as a course, The Assessment of Personal Property. He is an Appraiser Qualifications Board certified USPAP instructor.Boone earned a BA, cum laude, in mathematics from the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
Wake County Revenue Director
Chris Nida serves as Director of Research and Policy Analysis for the North Carolina League of Municipalities. In that role he manages the League’s research program, analyzes the impacts of legislation on North Carolina’s cities and towns, and produces the League’s annual projections of state-collected local revenue.