Alan is one of the founders of Fidelis Realty Partners, and currently serves as President and Chief Executive Officer where he is responsible for the overall operation as well as serving as the lead for its investment and development activities. After earning a bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University, he began his career at Price Waterhouse in Dallas and achieved his CPA certification. After receiving an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, Alan began his career in real estate. He spent the first 15 years with Trammell Crow Company in Houston. Starting out as a leasing agent, Alan advanced to become a Senior Managing Director. While there, he was the largest retail investor and developer within the Trammel Crow Company. He left Trammell Crow to create Fidelis.
Active in an array of business activities and organizations, Alan is a licensed real estate broker, member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, and currently serves, or has served, on numerous corporate, educational, non-profit, political, municipal, and civic boards and committees including Chairman of the Houston Realty Business Coalition, Commercial Retail Council for the Urban Land Institute, Chairman of the Board for ProVision, Inc., and the Advisory Boards of Amegy Bank and Texas Tech University’s Rawls College of Business. In addition, he previously was a City Councilman for the City of Southside Place within Houston, where he resides with his wife, Cherie. He and his wife have two grown sons.
Mark comes to Fidelis Healthcare Partners with over 37 years of financial market experience. As Chief Investment Officer, he is responsible for capital markets activities that support development and investment projects. Prior to joining Fidelis Healthcare Partners, he served as Senior Managing Director of Trammell Crow Company, where he was responsible for the firm’s capital markets activities. He was a key member in the formation of Partners Health Trust (PHT), a joint venture between Trammell Crow Company and a public pension fund, developing and acquiring 28 medical office buildings within an eight-year period. Throughout his career, Mark has worked with numerous healthcare systems to achieve their monetization goals and has negotiated multiple hospital/development ground leases. Additionally, he has structured and closed special purpose tax-exempt financing as well as other highly structured transactions for hospital systems.
Mark graduated with honors from the University of Texas with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He resides in Dallas, Texas.
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Kevin O’Neil is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Fidelis Healthcare Partners, an affiliate of Fidelis. He has 30 years of diverse real estate experience including more than 20 in healthcare real estate. Kevin began his career in administration for Scottsdale Memorial Health which is now a part of Honor Health. He then spent several years in diverse roles with Price Waterhouse in both Phoenix and Dallas. Prior to joining Fidelis Healthcare Partners, he had a successful career with Trammell Crow Company/CBRE focusing primarily on healthcare real estate. At Trammell Crow, he played a key role in the launch and growth of Partners Health Trust which developed and owned 2.2 million square feet of on-campus medical office buildings between 2004 and 2012. As a founding partner of Trammell Crow Company’s healthcare business, Kevin had the opportunity to work directly with over 20 of the country’s 100 largest healthcare systems. At CBRE, he was also instrumental in building one of the most successful healthcare real estate services divisions in the country. He resigned from his role as Executive Managing Director of CBRE Healthcare to get back to his entrepreneurial roots by serving as the CEO of Fidelis Healthcare Partners.
Kevin earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Williams College before moving to Arizona where he earned an MBA in Finance at Arizona State University. Kevin has lived in Dallas, Texas, for over thirty years. He and his wife, Paula, have two daughters and four grandchildren who also reside in the Dallas area.