Board Members

Chris Hunt

Chairman

Chris Hunt has served as the Chief Executive Officer of Hunt Companies, Inc. since 2015. Mr. Hunt is a Director on Hunt Companies’ Board of Directors and also serves on Hunt’s Executive Committee and Investment Committee. Mr. Hunt is on the Board of Directors of numerous Hunt affiliates including Amber Infrastructure Group, LEDIC Realty Company, Hunt Companies Finance Trust (formerly Five Oaks) and Moss & Associates. Learn More

Woody Hunt

Board Member

Mr. Woody L. Hunt is Senior Chairman of the Board of Directors of Hunt Companies, Inc. (www.huntcompanies.com), and its affiliated companies. Mr. Hunt graduated with honors from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, and he subsequently received his MBA in Finance from UT. Mr. Hunt also earned an MA Degree in Management from the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. Learn More

James “JIM” Hunt

Board Member

Mr. Hunt presently consults and invests from Tournament Capital Advisors LLC. From November 2015 until August 2016, Mr. Hunt served as the managing partner and CEO, middle market credit at Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, LLC, an alternative investment firm in the areas of energy, real estate, credit and specialty growth capital. Learn More

Joshua Hunt

Board Member

Josh Hunt is Executive Vice President and Member of the Board of Directors for Hunt Companies, Inc.  In addition, Mr. Hunt is President of the Hunt Family Foundation, and serves on several other Hunt governance boards and committees. Learn More

Matthew Botein

Board Member

Matthew Botein is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of GPC. Prior to founding GPC, Mr. Botein was Co-head and Chief Investment Officer of BlackRock Alternative Investors, the alternative investing unit of asset manager BlackRock Inc. In that capacity, he directly oversaw investments in opportunistic strategies, as well as hedge funds, private equity, real estate, infrastructure and alternative solutions, totaling in excess of $117 billion. Learn More