Frederic Clark, President
Fred Clark is the founder of Pacific Equity Management and president of the Casillas Foundation. He is Chairman of the Berkeley Institute, founder of Inner City Scholarship, Inc., and a trustee at Fellowship of Catholic University Students, The Institute for Family Studies, the Witherspoon Institute, the Institute of Religion and Public Life (First Things Magazine), the Patient’s Rights Council, Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, and the Witherspoon Institute. Clark obtained his J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley and his M.B.A. from Harvard University.
Travis King – Treasurer
Travis King is the CEO of Brixton Capital, a private investment firm with more than $800 million of assets under management. As Chief Executive Officer, Travis is responsible for the overall operations of the firm including acquisitions, financing, asset management and investor relations. Travis has nearly 20 years of real estate, private equity, investment and capital markets experience, having been instrumental in completing more than $3.2 billion of transactions across a variety of alternative investment platforms, including investment banking, private equity, and real estate.
Kenneth Wood – Secretary
Ken Wood has practiced law in Rancho Santa Fe since 1976 in the areas of Trusts, Estates, and Real Estate Law. He also has extensive experience in nonprofit and equine law. During a brief hiatus from law, Mr. Wood served as Senior Vice President and Private Client Wealth Advisor for a major trust company. He graduated from UCLA’s Anderson School of Business and the UCLA Law School. Mr. Wood has been very active in community organizations and events since moving to Rancho Santa Fe in 1974.
Billie is a retired registered nutritionist and has been active in many nonprofit organizations around the country including three in Southern California: Adoption Guild, San Diego Center for Children, and Kids Aid. She is married to Mark Jorgensen, has two married sons and four grandchildren
Claire is the current Owner and President of Reisung Enterprises, Inc., a commercial real estate development company which specializes in build- to-suit commercial properties, especially for high tech and bio tech companies. She is the widow of biotech entrepreneur Robert Edward Reiss. A woman of faith, she carries on Bob’s passion for creating jobs and saving lives. Claire was born and raised in Gui Zhou, China. After migrating to the U.S, she studied Medical Technology. She is an avid philanthropist in many fields.
Byrnes is a San Diego based real estate professional. He is passionate about developing and managing commercial real estate projects and he has assisted and directed dozens of Catholic nonprofits since 1998. Byrnes is active on multiple non-profit boards and shares a blessed life with Tammy, his wife, and their six children.
Becky is one of the leading advocates for religious freedom in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints community in San Diego. In her capacity as director of public affairs for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Becky has been a vigorous fighter for traditional marriage, including working on Proposition 8. Becky and her husband, Jim, are active in philanthropy circles in San Diego. They have seven children, four of whom are adopted.
Christopher Miller currently serves as Chairman of CMNY Holdings, LLC, a family office based in San Diego, California, which owns and operates multiple national investments in real estate, transportation and logistics, oil and gas, and aviation.
Chris has been actively involved in commercial real estate investing & management since 1994. Chris was the founder of iStorage and served as the company’s Chairman and General Partner. Prior to founding iStorage, Chris built a successful multi-family advisory company and negotiated over $1.8 billion in multi-family and commercial transactions as a principal and broker.