Pacific Crest Group was founded by a team of entrepreneurs with solid experience in accounting, finance, and billing administration. We’ve built our business in the San Francisco Bay Area by adding new staff with expertise in human resources and employee development, business development, and information technology.

Management Team


Brad Kennison

BradController / Operations Manager

Brad is a Finance & Accounting professional with over 25 years of experience in corporate accounting and finance as well as public accounting. He worked as an auditor while in public accounting, and has held positions as Controller, Treasurer, V.P. Finance, and CFO with various private companies. Brad acts as a Controller for his PCG clients and as an operations manager for one of the two PCG accounting teams, focused on providing accurate, timely and useful financial information for the clients his team services.

With a proven track record of problem solving, dealing with practical business, accounting and financial issues, he has a credible reputation among those with whom he has worked for honesty and integrity. He is genuinely excited when he is able to help his clients by bringing a new perspective or insight to their business. He is excited to be part of Pacific Crest Group and is committed to providing his clients exceptional customer service.

Brad holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting from San Francisco State University. He was granted his CPA certificate by the State of California in 1986.

Brad has lived in Marin County for over 25 years, and when not in the office, he enjoys spending time with his family. He and his wife love visiting the wine country, and from April to October will usually be found listening to a baseball game.

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