Sarah Graham, Principal

Sarah Graham specializes in assessing the economic and fiscal impacts of land use policies, with a particular focus on implementation of infill and transit-oriented development. She manages a wide range of consulting assignments related to market analysis, fiscal impact analysis, and the funding and financing of public infrastructure. Sarah has led the firm in developing new methodologies for measuring the fiscal and economic benefits of compact development and infrastructure investment.

Ms. Graham has managed numerous projects related to fiscal impact analysis, market analysis, and the funding and financing of public infrastructure. Recent projects include conducting a market analysis and preparing a funding/financing strategy and affordable housing strategy for the North Santa Rosa Station Area Plan; preparing a report for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on strategies for funding and financing infrastructure for smart growth projects; and conducting a research effort funded by the Federal Transit Administration to understand the impact of transit on property values, and the potential to capture this value to pay for transit-related infrastructure and other community benefits.

Ms. Graham holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of California at Berkeley, and Bachelor of Arts in International Relations, and Environmental and Economic Affairs from Tufts University.

Contact Ms. Graham:

(510) 647-5291, ext. 114
sgraham@strategiceconomics.com

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