The Chamberlain Foundation Team
Rebecca currently sits on the CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Foundation Women's Board and serves as a Member of Advisors to the TJC Foundation that benefits Tyler Junior College. Rebecca is seasoned in managing large charitable initiatives while maintaining the soul of the organization personifying Chamberlain's mission statement: “to create an entity through which we could give back to the organizations and communities that have shaped and enriched our lives.”
Professionally, in the private sector, she has spent time within Banking and working for Oil Service companies before settling in on her true calling in volunteering, family, community, and philanthropy. Rebecca has served as a parent representative for local School Boards, served on Fundraising Committees for numerous Charities, and been an active participant in both the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts programs. Additionally, she has served on the Board of Directors of The Mineola Youth Foundation, served on the Walmart Scholarship Committee and was honored for her volunteer efforts in Switzerland.
Rebecca graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Finance.
Generation, Private Equity, and Emerging Technologies. He has deep experience as a financial analyst, program manager, data analyst, and startup advisor having led the process of complex financial analysis across many internal and external investment
He began his finance career in banking technology at a Fortune 500 company, where he led data analysis on revenue enhancement software and automation of client reporting functions. He then transitioned into buy-side outsourcing advisory with ISG (formerly TPI)
working with clients on sourcing strategy and vendor selection for IT, business process, and automation investment projects with specific focus on complex business case development. He was involved in multiple engagements as a strategy and financial advisor and later, in industry, as the head of technology-driven project portfolios for distressed
assets of private equity and Fortune 100 companies.
Most recently, Andrew has provided corporate finance advisory services to early-stage companies in the application development space, data center development, and the blockchain industry.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Master of Science in Economics from the University of Texas at Dallas as well as professional certificates in Business Strategy and Negotiations from the Southern Methodist University. Andrew is a Chartered
Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA), CFA Institute Investment Foundations certificate holder, is ITIL and PMP certified, holds real estate and insurance licenses, and is a FINRA-registered stockbroker.
Jason has collaborated with individuals, family offices, private equity funds and institutions
primarily advising in the arenas of corporate finance, capital markets access and private equity generally.
His practice leverages the multiple decades of work with globally-recognized firms of long
lineages that allowed him to implement a harmonized approach to the delivery of complex, global legal, business and investment solutions. As a result, Jason’s practice and experience covers over 750 transactions involving in excess of $80 billion of transaction value and at-risk capital, spanning 42 countries and hundreds of families, sponsors and institutions.
Starting in 2002 he commenced a core focus on impact fund and investment development, which led to him becoming a prominent thought-leader in an investment industry focused on permitted non-U.S. investors to migrate both financially, and personally, to the U.S. He has a lengthy track record of working with investors and institutions who focus on the “double bottom line” in deploying capital and doing business.
Jason graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in
Economics, and earned his Juris Doctor from the Emory University School of Law.