Jeff Staubach

Jeff grew up in Dallas and graduated from Jesuit College Prep in 1993. He graduated from Duke University with a degree in economics. While at Duke, Jeff was a four-year letterman on the Blue Devil baseball team, and then signed a minor league contract with the NY Yankees, playing two seasons with the Greensboro Bats.

In 1998, Jeff joined The Staubach Company as an analyst in the financial services division, where he handled acquisitions of single-tenant properties across the country, working on over $1 billion in sale-leaseback transactions. From 2002 to 2017, Jeff worked in the office brokerage side of business for Staubach and JLL. During this time, Jeff served as the broker lead for the Dallas office, and in his last two years as the president of the South Central region comprised of 800+ employees and $100mm of revenue.

Jeff and his wife, Jenny, have three active children. Jenny is a graduate of Southern Methodist University and is a full-time mom. Jeff and Jenny are active in several charities, including Children’s Hospital, Baylor Scott & White, Jesuit College Prep, Christ the King Catholic School, Genesis Women’s Shelter and the Center for Brain Health.

Scott Wilson

Scott is a real estate and technology entrepreneur who has been involved in over $6.2 billion in real estate investment transactions, including acquisitions, developments, sale-leasebacks and capital transactions on a wide variety of commercial and medical properties. 

Before co-founding Staubach Capital, Scott was managing principal of SRP Medical, a specialized investment and development platform focused on health care and senior care properties in Texas and the Southwest. Scott started his career at LaSalle Partners, now part of Jones Lang LaSalle. Following LaSalle, Scott was a senior consultant for Kenneth Leventhal, now part of Ernst & Young. Scott joined The Staubach Company to help found Wolverine Equities, which became the principal investment arm of Staubach until 2001. From 2001 to 2005, Scott was CEO of Ignite Technologies, a Staubach-related venture-backed enterprise technology company that he guided from startup to profitability. In 2005, Scott returned to The Staubach Company as president of the capital markets group and founded Staubach Realty Partners as the new investment platform for the company. Since 2008, Scott has run SRP Medical with his partner, Marc, as a stand-alone business.

Scott is a graduate of Duke University, a board member and former chairman of the North Texas Young Presidents’ Organization, and board member and chair of the Strategy Committee for Vogel Alcove. Scott lives in Dallas with his wife, Lisa, and two daughters.

Marc Goldman

Before Staubach Capital, Marc was a founding partner with SRP Investment Management and SRP Medical (altogether SRP). Since its inception in July 2008, SRP created, managed and closed two real estate funds, developed 14 medical assets – including surgical and specialty hospitals and senior living assets – and invested in roughly 15 multifamily developments. In total, SRP was responsible for raising over $165 million in equity with a total portfolio capitalization of over $750 million. 

In 2006, Marc joined The Staubach Company and helped form a real estate investment management group. At Staubach, Marc was responsible for the oversight of acquisitions and asset management for the Staubach group of funds. In that role, Staubach Realty Partners purchased over $150 million in real estate transactions. Before joining Staubach, Marc was with Fowler Property Acquisitions for two years, where he was responsible for approximately $100 million in real estate acquisitions in select Southwest markets. He spent over four years employed at Hunt Realty Corporation, and was responsible for the acquisition, investment management and capital market activities for a portfolio of assets that included investments in private operating companies and direct-owned properties. Before Hunt Realty, Mr. Goldman served as an acquisitions analyst in the San Francisco office of Invesco Realty Advisors, where he closed over $500 million in assets. Marc began his career in real estate as an acquisitions analyst at Archon Group, where he underwrote and closed over $750 million of loan pools and real estate-owned assets.

Marc received an MBA from Southern Methodist University in 2004 and a bachelor’s in economics from the University of Texas at Austin in 1996. Marc is currently involved with philanthropic and business organizations, including the Young Presidents’ Organization, the Advisory Council of the Graduate Real Estate Society at the University of Texas at Austin, and a founding member of the University of Texas 1883 Council. He resides in Fort Worth with his wife, Stacie, and three children.

Tyler Arrington

Tyler joined Staubach Capital in September 2018 as a Senior Associate. He has a broad range of responsibilities including development, acquisitions, finance/underwriting, project management, asset management, and dispositions.

Prior to joining Staubach Capital, Tyler spent almost 5 years at Hillwood, a Perot Company, where he served as an Analyst and Senior Financial Analyst. In these roles, Tyler led Hillwood Properties’ underwriting efforts of speculative and build-to-suit developments, acquisitions, and joint venture opportunities across virtually all product types (land, industrial, office, retail, mixed-use, data center, multifamily, and hotel). During his tenure there, Tyler played an integral role on a variety of closed transactions including developments, acquisitions, equity interests, refinances, and dispositions, valued at over $1.5 billion. Before joining Hillwood, Tyler spent 1 year as a Financial Analyst at Colliers International in Los Angeles, CA on a brokerage team that focused on multifamily and land acquisitions and dispositions.

Growing up the oldest of five in a military family, Tyler lived in Texas, Georgia, and most recently Washington state before moving to Southern California to attend college. Tyler graduated from Pepperdine University’s 5-year accelerated BS/MBA program in 2013 where he earned a BS in Business Administration and an MBA in Finance. In 2017, Tyler graduated from Harvard Business School’s Real Estate Management Program (one week intensive) as well as Leadership Fort Worth’s Young Leaders Program, Leading Edge. Tyler currently lives in Dallas and enjoys spending time with family and friends, wakeboarding, golfing, hiking, and traveling. He is and has been involved in organizations including Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth, Urban Land Institute, Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth, and Leadership Fort Worth.

Trisha Grimsley

Trisha oversees all project and corporate financial, accounting and tax preparation efforts. Before joining Staubach Capital, Trisha was CFO of SRP Medical. Trisha has a wide variety of senior accounting and financial management experience, including property and fund-level accounting and tax, along with the detailed oversight of SRP’s health care-operating businesses. From 1998 to 2010, Trisha was the West Coast regional controller for Lincoln Property Company. At Lincoln, Trisha oversaw the financial management and reporting for over $500 million of commercial property assets on the West Coast. Trisha started her career with Boden, Dews and Associates, a CPA firm in Dallas.

Trisha graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1995 and earned her CPA in 1999. Trisha lives in Dallas with her husband, Dan, and their two children.

Christina Nuckolls

Christina has broad responsibilities over marketing and communications for Staubach Capital’s real estate and operating investments. Christina started in 2012 as the director of marketing for SRP Investment Management and SRP Medical. Before SRP, Christina was executive project coordinator for National Bankruptcy Services (NBS), where she managed brand marketing and promotion. From 2006 to 2010, Christina was with Goldman Sachs in their Dallas Private Wealth Management division, focusing on client services.

Christina graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor’s in English and Hispanic studies. Christina lives in Dallas and is involved in supporting local organizations, including the Dallas Museum of Art, Vogel Alcove and Lumin Education.

Monica Stocks

Before joining Staubach Capital, Monica spent 10 years with JLL as an executive assistant and nine years with Trammell Crow Company in various administrative and marketing roles. Monica graduated from ESS College of Business in 1997 with a degree in legal assisting. She lives in Talty, Texas, with her husband, Eric, and two daughters. Monica is involved with the Student Ministry at Lake Pointe Church in Forney, where she is an active member.

Richard Reupke

Richard R. Reupke has been a partner and Chief Financial Officer at Columbus Realty Partners since the firm's inception in 1999, and has over 35 years experience in real estate development, finance, and accounting. Prior to joining Columbus Realty Partners, Richard served as Chief Financial Officer for MacFarlan Real Estate Services, preceded by his career as Chief Financial Officer for Columbus Realty Trust (NYSE:CLB), a publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust based in Dallas.  Richard managed the financial team involved in taking CLB public with Robert Shaw in 1993, as the successor to several affiliated multifamily companies of The Staubach Company.   During his 4 year tenure with CLB, the Company grew from approximately $150 million to $500 million in assets, and from approximately 2,000 apartments to over 7,000 units.

Since Columbus’ return to a private partnership in 1999, Richard has managed the equity/ debt transactions and relationships for development of more than 13,000 apartments units & mixed use projects with a total capitalization of over $2 billion.

Robert Shaw

Robert Shaw is Managing Partner of Columbus Realty Partners, Ltd., which traces its roots back to 1987 when he created his first company to pursue the creation of walkable, live, work, play neighborhoods.  Underlying this idea was a fundamental optimism about cities, their urban cores, and long term viability.  At the time, such optimism was not widely shared, so the difficulty of attracting private capital to pursue this strategy led Mr. Shaw to take the idea to Wall Street.  In 1993, he took his company public as Columbus Realty Trust, a REIT traded on the NYSE (symbol “CLB”).

With public capital in place, Columbus was able to aggressively expand this idea to multiple cities, and over a four year time frame fully proved the market demand.  The success of his projects helped kick off a renaissance of residential living in the American city urban core that continues to this day.  In 1997 he merged CLB with Post Properties, and in 1999 resumed operations as a private company to continue his life’s work. Since that time he has been involved in the development of over 13,000 apartments, condominiums and townhomes along with neighborhood based retail space.  Much of that development has been in urban areas in such diverse neighborhoods as Uptown Dallas, Uptown Denver, Midtown and Downtown Houston, Downtown Austin, Downtown Plano, Downtown McKinney, the Cultural District of Fort Worth and the Roosevelt Historic District in Phoenix.  Mr. Shaw has also been significantly involved in the creation of large suburban mixed use master developments such as Addison Circle, Legacy Town Center, Legacy West and Domain in Austin.  He has worked in all facets of residential development, including construction management, development and property management.  

Mr. Shaw attended the University of Tennessee on a football scholarship, where he was honored as Team Captain and named to the All-SEC team in 1978.  He was the first round draft pick for the Dallas Cowboys in 1979, playing three years before a career ending knee injury.  While playing for the Cowboys, he continued his education at the University of Texas in Dallas and received a B.A. in Business in 1981.

Roger T. Staubach

Prior to his retirement in July of 2018, Roger T. Staubach was Executive Chairman of JLL Americas, a professional services firm specializing in real estate.  Roger’s role focused on client relationships and new business development. With 2017 global revenue of $7.9 billion, JLL serves clients in 80 countries from more than 1,000 locations worldwide, including 300 corporate offices and a global workforce of 82,000. 

The firm offers integrated services delivered by expert teams worldwide to clients seeking increased value by owning, occupying or investing in real estate. With 2011 global revenue of $3.6 billion, JLL serves clients in 70 countries from more than 1,000 locations worldwide, including 200 corporate offices.  The firm is an industry leader in property and corporate facility management services, with a portfolio of approximately 2.1 billion square feet worldwide. LaSalle Investment Management, the company’s investment management business, is one of the worlds largest and most diverse in real estate with more than $47.7 billion of assets under management.

Prior to joining forces with JLL, Roger was Executive Chairman of The Staubach Company, a market leading global real estate advisory firm that delivered cost-effective solutions for office, industrial and retail clients. When Roger entered the commercial real estate industry in 1977 the concept of “user representation” was not widely practiced.  He saw the potential in this idea and was committed from the outset that The Staubach Company would exclusively represent users of space.

He expanded services to meet clients' ever-changing requirements.  Areas of expertise included strategic consulting, site selection, acquisition, disposition, construction consulting / project management, real estate administration, portfolio management, facility management, business and economic incentives and financing and capital solutions. The Staubach Company’s 1,600 people served 3,000+ clients from 70 North American offices and completed 7,280 transactions totaling $28 billion and 200 million square feet during the fiscal year 2007.

Known for its unparalleled standard of business and personal ethics, the company served the following clients: Advanced Micro Devices, Blockbuster Inc., Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Carter & Burgess, Cisco Systems, CVS Corporation, Office Max, Patterson Companies, PBS, PepsiCo, Science Applications International Corporation, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, T-Mobile USA, Target, Time Warner Cable, United Stationers and Wachovia Corporation.

In July 2008, The Staubach Company merged with JLL, bringing together the unique strengths of two powerful organizations into one integrated global company.

Education and Affiliations

A 1965 graduate of the United States Naval Academy with a bachelor of science in engineering, Roger served four years as a Navy officer.  After the Navy he joined the Dallas Cowboys professional football team and launched his real estate career while playing football.

Roger served as the Chairman of the Host Committee for Super Bowl XLV which was held in North Texas in 2011. He continues to be involved with The Children’s Cancer Fund, the United States Naval Academy Foundation and numerous other civic, charitable, and professional organizations.

Honors and Awards

Among the many honors bestowed upon Roger are the 2018 Presidential Medal of Freedom, Commercial Property News’ "Corporate Services Executive of the Year" (four times), the 2006 Congressional Medal of Honor “Patriot Award,” the NCAA "Teddy Roosevelt Award” for being one of the “100 Most Influential NCAA Student-Athletes,” the American Jewish Congress "Torch of Conscience Award," and the United States Naval Academy "Distinguished Graduate.”  Additionally, he was inducted into the Texas Business Hall of Fame, was honored as a “Texas Legend” by the Galleria Chamber of Commerce, was presented the annual "Spirit of Generations Award" by The Senior Source of Dallas, received the North Texas Entrepreneurs Foundation’s “2005 Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award,” presented the "Inaugural Award for Excellence in American Entrepreneurship" from the Bard Business School at the University of Colorado, Denver, given the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors’ “Hall of Fame Award”, selected by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas for the “2007 Natural Leader Award,” given the “J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award” from the SMU Cary M. Maguire Center, named Dallas Business Journal’s “2007 Business Person of the Year”, and in 2007 he was presented the “Horatio Alger Award” and inducted as a lifelong member by the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans.  Roger received the Rube Foster Award from the Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame and the prestigious Magellas Award.

Boards - Honors - Associations - Awards

Current Board Member         

  • Children’s Cancer Fund, Advisory Board
  • Institute for Aerobics Research, Board of Trustees
  • United States Naval Academy Foundation Board
  • JPMorgan Chase Military and Veterans Affairs Advisory Board
  •  SMU Maguire Center for Ethics, Advisory Board

Past Board Member

  • AMR Corporation
  • Brinker International
  • Cinemark
  • JLL
  • The Salvation Army, National Board of Advisors
  • United Way of America, National Board
  • PowerUP – Bridging the Digital Divide, Board of Directors

Civic

  • American Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award, 1976
  • Dallas Jaycees Man of the Year, 1976
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Brian Piccolo Award, 1979
  • Distinguished Service Award, All Sports Assn. of Dallas, 1980
  • DAR, Medal of Honor, 1985
  • Henry Cohn ADL Humanitarian Award, 1988
  • Dallas/Fort Worth Entrepreneur of the Year Award, 1990
  • Young President’s Organization, 49’er Member
  • Dallas Citizens Council
  • Special Olympics
  • The Oak Cliff Lions Club Humanitarian Award, 1992-93
  • Mission Award, St. Edward’s University, 1998
  • United Way of Metropolitan Dallas CEO of the Year, 1999
  • Texas Business Hall of Fame, 2000
  • NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Award, 2000
  • Lamar Hunt Award, 2002
  • Texas Legend, Galleria Chamber, 2004
  • Spirit of Generations Award, Senior Source of Dallas, 2004
  • Junior Achievement Dallas Business Hall of Fame Award, 2005
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes Tom Landry Award, 2006
  • SMU Cary M. Maguire Center J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award, 2006
  • Congressional Medal of Honor Patriot Award, 2006
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas Natural Leader Award, 2007
  • Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Horatio Alger Award, 2007
  • Holocaust Museum – Humanitarian Award, 2010
  • Lamar Hunt Award, 2011
  • SEAL Legacy Award, 2011
  • Woodrow Wilson International Center Awards – Public Service, 2012
  • Roaring Lambs – 2012 Hall of Fame Honoree
  • George E. Haddaway Award for lifetime contributions and service, 2014
  • Erik Jonsson Award – United Way, 2014
  • Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame – Rube Foster Award, 2016
  • Magellas Award, 2016
  • CoSIDA – Dick Enberg Award, 2016
  • Presidential Medal of Freedom, 2018

Industry

  • Office & Industrial Properties Executive of the Year, 1998
  • Commercial Property News Corporate Services Executive of the Year, 1999, 2000,

2001 & 2007

  • North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors Hall of Fame, 2006
  • Dallas Business Journal’s Business Person of the Year, 2007

Football

  • Career Record, Regular Season Games, 116-41-1
  • Heisman Trophy, 1963
  • Walter Camp Memorial Trophy, 1963
  • Maxwell Award, 1964
  • Thompson Trophy Cup (US Naval Academy), 1963, 64, 65 (Best All Around Athlete)
  • Naval Academy Athletic Association Sword, 1965
  • Bert Bell Award (Maxwell Club), 1971
  • NFL Players Most Valuable Player, 1971
  • Sporting News NFL Player of the Year, 1971
  • Most Valuable Player, Super Bowl VI, 1972
  • Texas Pro Athlete of the Year, 1975
  • Vince Lombardi Sportsman of the Year, 1975
  • Field Scovill Award, All-Sports Association of Dallas, 1975
  • Columbus Ohio Touchdown Club NFL Player of the Year, 1976
  • Washington, D.C. Touchdown Club NFC Player of the Year, 1976, 78
  • NFC Pro Bowl Selection, 1972, 77, 78, 79, 80
  • NFL Leading Passer, 1971, 73, 78, 79
  • NFL Players’ Association NFC Offensive Player of the Year, 1978
  • NFC Offensive Player of the Year, 100 Club, 1978
  • Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award, 1979
  • NFL Players’ Association NFL Passing Champion, 1980
  • Walter Camp Football Foundation Man of Year, 1985
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame, 1985
  • Walter Camp Football Foundation College Quarterback of the Century, 2000
  • Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame, 2000  
  • American Football Coaches Association Tuss McLaughry Award, 2001 
  • Davey O’Brien Legends Award, 2002
  • Peyton Manning  PeyBack Award, 2002
  • National Quarterback Club (NFL Organization), Hall of Fame Award Winner, 2004
  • Vince Lombardi Award of Excellence, 2009

Jay Wagley

Jay Wagley is the Vice Chairman and Co-Managing Director of CBRE's Dallas Debt & Structured Finance group.  Mr. Wagley is also Co-Regional Manager of the firm's debt and structured finance platform throughout Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado.  Jay Wagley oversees the Dallas DSF group with Vice Chairman and Co-Managing Director, Mike Bryant.

During his 25-year career, he has originated more than $15.2 Billion in commercial real estate loans; has completed equity and debt financing for multifamily, office, retail, industrial and hospitality properties.  In 2015, Mike Bryant and Mr. Wagley completed 146 deals for approximately $2.4 Billion.  Mr. Wagley possesses extensive loan modification and debt restructuring experience and is knowledgeable of all lending sources including all major life companies, CMBS, GSE's and various alternative funding sources.

Prior to joining CBRE Capital Markets, Mr. Wagley was a commercial lending officer in the World Banking Group of Chemical Bank and a senior consultant for Kenneth Leventhal & Company where he assisted real estate firms in various consulting engagements.

Professional Affiliations / Accreditations

  • Licensed Real Estate Broker, Texas
  • Colbert Coldwell Circle Member
  • Freddie Mac Multifamily Advisory Board
  • The Partnership Foundation, Board Member
  • St. Philip’s Foundation, Board Member

Community Involvement

  • Board Member of the Partnership Foundation
  • Board Member of St. Phillips School and Community Center

Education

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Master of Science; Real Estate
  • University of Virginia, Bachelor of Arts; Economics

Significant Assignments

  •  Apartment Portfolio, Florida, Texas, Utah,  Garden  3,532 Units
  •  Austin Ranch, I, II and VI, The Colony, TX., Walk-Up, 1,561 Units
  •  Emory and Ashmore at Horizon North, Dallas, TX., Garden, 712 Units
  •  Avalon and Thornbury at Chase Oaks, Plano, TX., Garden, 702 Units
  •  The Bravern, Bellevue, WA., High Rise, 455 Units
  •  Canyon Chase, Westminster, CO., Garden, 358 Units
  •  Platinum Shavano Oaks, San Antonio, TX., Garden, 350 Units
  •  Avalon at Mission Bay North II, San Francisco, CA., High Rise, 313 Units
  •  AMLI Eastside Apartments, Austin, TX.,   Mid-Rise 290 Units
  •  Jefferson Marketplace, Washington, DC, High-Rise, 281 Units/Retail
  •  Junction 1504, Charlotte, NC.,   Walk-Up 281 Units
  • Avalon Marina Bay, Marina Del Ray, CA., Garden, 205 Units/229 Slips

Clients

  • Aetna
  • Avalon Bay Communities
  • BH Equities
  • CAF Capital
  • Clark Residential
  • Crest Asset Management
  • Glorious Sun Holdings
  • Greenfield Partners
  • Invesco
  • Milestone Group
  • Olympus Property
  • Pensam Capital
  • Provident Realty Advisors
  • Silver Oaks Multifamily
  • Trammell Crow Residential
  • Time Equities
  • Univesco
  • Westwood Residential
  • Wil-Tex Equities