Bob Moss led CohnReznick’s federal and state government relations efforts as their lobbyist focusing on the affordable housing industry from 2013 to 2021. In this capacity, he helped protect client interests in the affordable housing industry through the legislative process. Before joining CohnReznick, Bob was the Senior Vice President and Director of Origination, Affordable Housing, from 1993-2013 of Boston Capital.
Bob has 30 years of affordable, multifamily housing experience ranging from LIHTC syndication to preservation and development. He served as the Chairman of the National Leased Housing Association, a unique organization serving both public and private organizations in the affordable multifamily rental housing field. He is also active with the Council of Independent State Housing Associations (CISHA), the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition, and the ACTION Legislative Steering committee. His extensive industry and government experience includes serving as the Chairman of the non-partisan Housing Advisory Group, which is active in preserving the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program in Congress. He has also served as the Federal Legislative Subcommittee Chair for the Housing Credit Group of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
Bob has testified before the full House Ways and Means Committee on tax credit reform and residential real estate hearings, as well as Senate and House Subcommittees on affordable housing issues. In 2015, he was inducted into the National Affordable Housing Hall of Fame by Affordable Housing Finance magazine. He was also honored with the Daniel M. Grady Memorial Award by NAHB for his commitment to advocacy.