A creative thinker with a diverse background and a track record of accomplishments, Mr. Abraham created the Oakland-Alameda County Sports Commission, then served as its president. In that role, he headed the bid effort to bring the 2005 Super Bowl to Oakland. With Dr. Rascher, he founded Sports Business Simulations.
Mr. Abraham is a results oriented, proactive leader with a talent for thinking out-of-the-box: always developing innovative solutions to problems. He is a top-flight simulation model programmer, policy analyst, city planning and economic development expert, and political and media strategy specialist.
Mr. Abraham has served as economic advisor to the last two Mayors of Oakland, as a consultant to several California Redevelopment agencies, and as a popular newspaper columnist. He developed the Oakland Baseball Simworld at UC Berkeley and using documents and materials he recorded during his time with the Oakland Mayor's Office.
He also is producer of The Blog Report with Zennie62 on several internet platforms and national television.