Richard K. Grossman,
Manager, State Government Affairs & Grassroots Strategies
Richard Grossman joined The Vectre Corporation shortly after working on a 1994 U.S. Senate campaign in Virginia. Since then, Grossman has lobbied members of the General Assembly and the Executive Branch on issues affecting the pharmaceutical and health care industries, education, and budget-related issues.
Grossman actively monitors many pending legislative and regulatory issues before the General Assembly and various state regulatory agencies to provide in-depth analysis of possible impact on our clients' initiatives. He specializes in developing programs to generate grassroots efforts on behalf of Vectre's clients by identifying and organizing sources of support for the clients' strategic goals.
A graduate of the University of Georgia in Political Science, Grossman is an active community volunteer in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia. For over a decade, he served as the Chairman of the Government/Legislative Committee of the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond. He is a past member of the Board of Directors of Jewish Family Services, the Board of Trustees of the Barksdale Theatre and the Board of Managers of Congregation Beth Ahabah.
Grossman was a member of a delegation to Brazil sponsored by the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL). He served on the Board of the Virginia Capital Trail Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting the development of a world-class bike trail between Richmond and Williamsburg.
Grossman is an owner of The Vectre Corporation and a member of its Board of Directors. In his spare time he is an avid cyclist, but his favorite pastime is his relentless pursuit of fine dining and nightspots in Richmond, which he insists is research to keep abreast of venues where clients might entertain.