Elmer is currently professor of business and economics at Mount Wachusett Community College and adjunct professor at Quinsigamond Community College.
He is also chair of the assembly and serves on the presidents leadership team.
Elmer is also a management consultant focused on small business planning and non profit management.
Prior to this he was Vice President of Commercial Lending at Citibank prior to that he was the Sr. Deputy Director at Fannie Mae. He was the Executive Director of Boston Aging Concerns Young and Old United) a non-profit organization dedicated expanding affordable housing opportunities, creating inter-generational communities, and developing innovative models of housing.
At Neighborhood Reinvestment Co. he was a Management Consultant and specialized in organizational and economic development, developing human resource capacity among the organizations; personnel policies and procedures, job descriptions and assisting organizations with transitions and growth issues related to staffing and change.
As Executive Director of Centro Las Americas (CENTRO) , he fostered the growth and start-up of several Latino businesses and employment opportunities for low to moderate-income individuals. Worked on bringing funding for seniors and partnered with Meals on Wheels.
As an experienced bilingual and bicultural administrator Mr. Eubanks has in depth knowledge of economic and educational program development, strategic planning and marketing. A proven leader who combines expertise in business fundamentals and strategic planning with the entrepreneurial self-reliance and decisiveness gained while holding various educational and administrative positions.
Prior to working for Neighborhood Reinvestment and Centro Las Americas, Mr. Eubanks worked as the Director of the John Laws Institute in Worcester, where he developed relationships with area CEO’s to assist underprivileged youth in obtaining access to free tuition to area Universities.
Assistant Director for Enrollment Management for Atlantic Union College in Lancaster, where he was responsible for assisting minority students in obtaining a college education brining minority enrollment to over 6o percent. He has also been Adjunct Faculty at Atlantic Union College, Anna Maria College, and Quinsigamond Community College: teaching Marketing, New Business Development and Advertising.
He has served on several non-profit boards: Appointed to Worcester State College board of trustees by Gov. Swift. Family Services of Central Mass. – Personnel Committee, he is a member of Rotary International, Deveroux Foundation, Director, and the Boys and Girls Club of Worcester.
Mr. Eubanks was re-appointed by Governor Cellucci to the Urban Initiative Fund Advisory Committee serving as chairman until the fund merged in June 2004 A $3 Million dollar loan fund to support minority business development. Prior to which he was appointed by then Gov. Weld.
Mr. Eubanks has been the founder and has served in several other Boards: Main South CDC – Economic Development Committee – Director. He served on the Worcester City Managers Strategic Planning Committee as well as the Community Response Team and was a Corporator of the Worcester Art Museum until Dec. 1999.
Mr. Eubanks was a founder of the Worcester Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Worcester Minority Business Council- now the Business Inclusion Council, Trustee Worcester State College, Micro loan committee member at VEDC, CA. Mr. Eubanks was awarded the Anna Maria College Mission Statement Award for his service to the community.
Elmer was appointed to the economic assistance coordinating council by Gov. Romney where he served and voted on tax credits that allowed business to locate to Massachusetts and provide jobs for the community.