By Beau Ryan, Senior Vice President & COO
Rockspring Capital has experienced great success these past few years as Texas has become one of the hottest markets in the world. As we expand our partner reach globally and enter a new era, we’d like to present to you an improved Rockspring website and logo.
Keeping our partners and prospective investors in mind, this new website is user-friendly, easy to navigate and helps our visitors find useful information on our strategy and company. And in an effort to go digital, we’ll also soon be adding an investor portal where each investor can go in and view his or her statement through a secured log in. For now, we encourage you to take a tour of our new site and check out our sleek logo.
Speaking of New…
We are excited to announce two new Senior Associates to the Rockspring Capital team.
John Thomas Oldham – Senior Associate & Corporate Counsel
J.T. Oldham is primarily responsible for client development, sourcing capital as well as strategic implementation and execution of fund-raising operations. J.T. also serves as in-house legal counsel. Prior to joining Rockspring Capital, J.T. was a trial attorney with a focus on securities, fiduciary duties, investment suitability, contracts and real estate. J.T. was born and raised in the Texas Hill Country, and is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and South Texas College of Law.
Harrison Kane is responsible for growing the company’s investor base and assisting with marketing efforts. Prior to joining Rockspring, Harrison worked for Transwestern Commercial Real Estate and Integral Advisors. Harrison was born and raised in Houston. He received his B.B.A. in Marketing from the University of Georgia, and also studied abroad in Australia and New Zealand.
Rockspring in the Community
Earlier this year, Rockspring employees had the rewarding opportunity to volunteer at a Habitat for Humanity worksite in the Fifth Ward of Houston.
From left to right: Beau Ryan, Jim Hynes, Will DeYoung, Jim McAlister, Chris Hutcheson, James Kadlick and Walter Wolff;
Sierra Mansukhani, Melissa Showers and Olga Luna
Employees spent the day constructing the interior frame walls of a one-story three-bedroom home that now belongs to a very fortunate and hard-working single mom with two kids. Houston Habitat for Humanity, with thousands of sponsors and volunteers, has built over 940 homes for deserving, low-income Houstonians.
About the Author
Beau Ryan, Sr. VP & COO, oversees all financial and administrative matters for Rockspring Capital and its related entities. He is also responsible for communications and reporting on partnership activities to limited partners.