Mike Fulton founded Fulton Property Group in 2010 and since that time has invested over $250 million in multifamily properties throughout Texas. Prior to founding Fulton Property Group, Mike was a Partner at Embrey Partners from 2003 to 2010 where he developed eight apartment communities consisting of over 2,300 units throughout Texas and Colorado – deploying more than $300 million in multifamily apartments.
Prior to joining Embrey Partners, Mike led a successful M&A advisory practice in Denver with a specialization in corporate mergers and acquisitions as well as strategic management consulting. Between 1995 and 1999 Mike was part of the corporate finance teams of two publicly-traded companies and was an active participant in numerous capital market transactions including an IPO. Mike began his career in New York City in the Structured Finance Group of Arthur Andersen where he consulted investment banks on the issuance of asset backed securities including commercial mortgage backed securities.
Mike is a native of San Antonio and lives there with his wife Jaimee and their three children. Mike graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas Tech University while earning a B.B.A. in Finance. Mike, in various capacities, serves for a number of civic and non-profit organizations including as a Board Member for the Alamo Area Council of Boy Scouts of America and as a Committee Member for Young Life. He is past Chairman of the Urban Land Institute San Antonio District Council, a member of the ULI Multifamily Council and a member of the National Multi Housing Council.
Bruce Hill is President and principal owner of BHCH Mineral, Ltd., a mineral and royalty acquisition company. BHCH currently has interests in over 10,000 wells located throughout twenty three states. Mr. Hill also serves as the President of Hill Leasing Partners, Ltd., a real estate investment and development firm, and is General Partner in several ventures, including Laguna Water, Ltd, a water rights investment firm. Mr. Hill is a board member and partial owner of the San Antonio Spurs of the NBA.
In addition to the Admiral Nimitz Foundation, Mr. Hill has sat on numerous non-profit boards, including Sunshine School for Deaf Children in San Antonio, the Alamo Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the National Board of Learning for Life. Mr. Hill and his wife have four children and live in San Antonio, TX.
From 2003 to 2007 Mr. King was President of Valero Energy Corporation and played a key role in building the company into the largest independent refiner in North America with revenue exceeding $120 billion and over 22,000 employees. He joined Valero Energy in 1993 and during his tenure also held the positions of Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel. Prior to joining Valero Mr. King was a Partner at Bracewell & Giuliani in Houston, TX.
Mr. King lives in San Antonio with his wife and four children and is actively involved with a variety of community organizations. He serves as a member on the Executive Committee and Board of Trustees of the United Way of Bexar County and is on the board of the Alamo Area Council of Boy Scouts of America Haven for Hope. Mr. King holds an M.B.A. from the University of Texas and a J.D. from the University of Houston.
Lowry Mays is the Founder of Clear Channel Communications. Lowry formed Clear Channel Communications in 1972. At that time, Lowry was an investment banker and had the opportunity to purchase and operate his first radio station in San Antonio, Texas. Clear Channel currently owns over 800 radio stations and 870,000 outdoor advertising displays. Lowry’s leadership guided Clear Channel Communications to operate in 65 countries with more than 30,000 employees.
Lowry holds a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University and an M.B.A. from the Harvard University Business School. Lowry and his wife, Peggy, live in San Antonio and have 4 children and 16 grandchildren. The Mays Family is very involved in the community and oversee the operations and giving of the Mays Family Foundation which supports many different community organizations and causes.
Rick joined Fulton Property Group in 2011 and leads the company’s acquisition and disposition activities. His primary focus is sourcing and evaluating acquisition and development opportunities. Rick has participated in transactions with a total value exceeding $400 million. Prior to joining Fulton Property Group, Rick had experience in asset management, commercial and retail leasing, and investment sales. Rick earned his M.B.A. from The University of Florida and his B.B.A. in Finance from Texas State University. Rick lives in San Antonio with his wife and their two children.
David Ray Wright is responsible for operations and asset management. Prior to joining Fulton Property Group in 2016, he served as the CFO for a large specialty subcontractor. Prior to that role, he served in various leadership roles for a national public homebuilder. He began his career in public accounting focusing in the real estate industry. David Ray graduated with a BBA in Accounting from Texas A&M University and is a CPA. He is a native of San Antonio and lives there with his wife Susan and his four children.
Sean Reeves is responsible for the development and organization of capital budgets for Fulton Property owned assets. Prior to joining Fulton Property Group in 2015, Sean received his CPA while he was an auditor working for Ernst & Young in San Antonio, Texas. His clients ranged from retail industry companies like HEB to specialized financial subsidiaries of USAA. Sean graduated from the University of the Incarnate Word with a M.S. in Accounting in 2011. Sean lives with his wife Allison in San Antonio.
Carmen Rodriguez joined Fulton Property Group in 2011. Carmen oversees all administrative duties and responsibilities for the team. Prior to joining Fulton Property Group, Carmen spent over 35 years working for AT&T in San Antonio, most recently as part of the Corporate Strategy Team. Carmen is a native of San Antonio. She and her husband, Ray, have two sons. She is an active participant in the local Komen Race for the Cure, The Walk to “Defeat” ALS, and has been a 20 year key volunteer of the Fiesta Oyster Bake sponsored by the St. Mary’s University Alumni Association. She enjoys running, photography and spending time with her family.