Responsibilities:Grant Kinnett has worked for Boyle since 2006. He oversees Boyle’s retail and medical office property portfolio as well as related land holdings throughout the Middle Tennessee region. He is involved in the leasing, development, asset management, acquisition and disposition of a wide range of retail and mixed-use property types. In addition to his leadership roles with Boyle’s property portfolio, Grant has helped lead numerous strategic initiatives for Boyle Nashville’s operating company in the areas of strategy, organizational development, marketing, operations and information technology.
Professional Record:Prior to joining Boyle, Grant worked for Synovus Financial Corp in Atlanta as a commercial lender providing debt financing for businesses and commercial real estate. Before Synovus, Grant was an analyst with Morris, Manning & Martin’s eFacilitator, assisting with financing and other strategic growth needs for startup technology companies. In addition, Grant served as an Adjunct Professor at the Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management from 2010-2020, teaching Real Estate Investment & Development.
Education:Grant graduated from Vanderbilt University (BA 2000) with degrees in Political Science and American History, and the Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management (MBA 2007, Beta Gamma Sigma honors) with degrees in Finance and Real Estate.
Civic and Community Involvement:In the community, Grant is currently the Board Chair for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle TN after previously serving in multiple Board leadership roles for the organization. Grant was a member of the Ensworth Lower School Capital Campaign Committee to raise funds for the construction of the school’s new Lower School building. He has held leadership roles with the Urban Land Institute, Donelson-Hermitage Chamber of Commerce, ICSC and Habitat for Humanity. He graduated from the LEAD Atlanta program in 2005. In his free time, Grant enjoys being with his family, coaching youth baseball, and pretty much any outdoor activity.