Alan Evans is the President of the National Roads and Motorists Association (NRMA).
Evans was previously the chief executive of Medicines Australia (previously known as the Australian Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association).
After finishing with Medicines Australia Evans in late 2002 established his own consultancy, Strategic Consulting Services. He was subesquently listed as an Associate of the Sydney PR and lobby shop Jackson Wells Morris. "Alan bolsters Jackson Well Morris capabilities with extensive experience in government, politics and industry at senior level," his JWM profile stated.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Evan's consulting company was contracted to JWM. However, since has appointment to the NRMA his profile no longer appears on the JWM site. In September 2006, JWM partner Keith Jackson wrote that "the relationship ended before his election as chairman. As was proper." 
- Ross Coulthart, "The doctors' gravy train", Sunday, August 5, 2001.
- Medicines Australia, "Medicines Australia Chief Executive: Alan Evans moving to a new challenge", Media Release, September 19, 2002.
- Jackson, Wells Morris, "Alan H. Evans", accessed January 2005. (This was removed from the JWM website in mid January 2005 and is now available only in the cached archive).
- "Board of Directors, NRMA, accessed January 2005.
- "Evans a fighter with some unfinished business", Sydney Morning Herald, January 28, 2005.
- Roy Masters, "Now Turnbull is the aggrieved party", Sydney Morning Herald, February 28, 2005.
- Keith Jackson, "Bone Idle Journalism", Corporate Engagement, September 9, 2006.
- Michael West, "Sorry about apologies", The Australian, September 16, 2006.