Jeremy Aguero is a principal analyst with Applied Analysis, a leading economic, fiscal and policy research firm based in Las Vegas, Nevada. A fourth-generation Las Vegas resident, Aguero undertook a special course of undergraduate study at UNLV under the late Dr. Shannon Bybee and graduated with honors from the William S. Boyd School of Law. Aguero started his career as an intern/analyst with Coopers & Lybrand’s (now PriceWaterhouseCoopers’) financial advisory services group. He founded Applied Analysis in 1997.
Aguero’s work history demonstrates a wide range of abilities. He has performed countless economic and fiscal impact assessments for projects of local, regional and national significance. Some of his major projects include The Hospitality Industry’s Impact on the State of Nevada, delivered to the Federal Gaming Impact Study Commission in 1998. In 2003, he chaired the Governor’s Task Force on Tax Policy’s technical working group, co-authoring its 1,400-page report and ultimately receiving a Good Government Award from the Nevada Taxpayers Association. In 2005, he served as the lead analyst for the Clark County Growth Task Force; and, in 2008, he was the principal researcher for the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Fiscal Impact Series, which helped pave the way for significant reforms to Nevada’s public employee pay and benefit systems as well as its collective bargaining statutes.
Aguero is also active in the community. He has taught hotel law as an adjunct professor at UNLV and he currently serves on the board of directors for Nevada State Bank. In addition to serving on the R&R Foundation board, Aguero is the president of Nevada Child Seekers second vice president for Opportunity Village’s ARC Board. He was recently honored as the Hispanic of Year by the Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce and Alumni of the Year by the Boyd School of Law. A father of three children, Aguero also coaches youth baseball and soccer.