Elliot Grossman is an Associate in the Berkeley office of Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. (KMA). He joined KMA in 2022 with a background in asset management, financial analysis, and policy writing. Before joining KMA, he worked as an economic development analyst for the City of Oakland and the San Pablo Economic Development Corporation, where he managed a multitude of properties, prepared financial statements and trial balances for New Market Tax Credit projects, and facilitated a façade and tenant improvement program, a revolving loan fund, and subsidized first-time homebuyers grant program.
Elliot’s work at KMA focuses on evaluating the fiscal and economic impact benefits of proposed developments and evaluating the financial status of public entities.
Elliot holds a dual Master of Business Administration and Masters of Policy analysis from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management Economics from the University of California Santa Cruz. Elliot is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer who served 27 months in the Dominican Republic. He worked with local farmers to develop better offerings, expand their market base, and improve their bargaining power. Elliot is also responsible for creating the San Pablo Loan Assistance for Sustainable Housing (SPLASH) that helps 1st-time homebuyers leverage silent second loans as means to access federal grant money and lower mortgage rates.