Valor Hires Hunter Harris as Mineral Analyst

Will handle mineral portfolio management for individual and institutional mineral rights holders

FORT WORTH, TX (March 31, 2023) Valor, a Fort Worth-based specialty asset management company with expertise in mineral management and oil and gas operator services, is pleased to announce Hunter Harris has joined the company’s Land Department as a Mineral Analyst. In this new role, Harris will be added support for Valor’s Land and Mineral Management Division, overseen by departmental director Jason Beck, CPL, CTFA. Utilizing Valor’s proprietary mineral.tech® software platform, this department helps clients optimize their mineral rights and provides solutions for owners of oil and gas assets, including comprehensive land and mineral rights management solutions, oil and gas accounting, digital filing, asset mapping, and division order processing.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming Hunter Harris to the land management team,” said Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “He has a tremendous educational background and thorough credentials in both geology and engineering. His responsibilities will include onboarding new clients, adding and mapping tracks and units, adding leases, lease management, and maintaining close relationships with our increasing number of mineral management clients.” 

Hunter Harris recently graduated from TCU with a Bachelor of Science in Geology, where he was a research assistant in the university’s Geology Department, as well as a member of the university’s Division I football program. His addition to the Valor team marks the ninth TCU graduate to be added to the growing company. Prior to joining the organization, Harris served as a staff geologist for Bertram, Texas-based BBA Engineering, a full-service environmental consulting, hydrogeology, and engineering firm providing a broad range of services to industrial, municipal, and public clientele across Texas and surrounding states.

With offices in Fort Worth and Midland, Texas, Valor has grown to become one of the Southwest’s leading private asset managers, providing mineral management, oil and gas bookkeeping, and operator outsourcing for mineral rights, and oil and gas owners. Thanks to the company’s revolutionary mineral.tech software platform and mineral management services, Valor now oversees a combined 10.2 million gross acres and 560,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights on behalf of more than 100,000 interests across 32 U.S. states.  

About Valor:
Valor is a specialty asset management and professional services provider that serves mineral, and oil and gas owners. We place the client first, providing flexible solutions and leveraging our team of experts to maintain the security, clarity and optimization of privately owned assets. Valor oversees 10.2 million gross acres and 560,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights in 32 states. The company manages more than 100,000 interests, which generates over $240 million in annual revenue for Valor’s clients. Explore the benefits of partnering with Valor to manage mineral rights and streamline business operations by visiting www.onevalor.com.

Valor Hires Claire Ames Shaw to Oversee West Texas Operations

Director-level position establishes a dedicated presence in the company’s Midland office

FORT WORTH, TX (Feb. 14, 2023) Valor, a Fort Worth-based specialty asset management company with expertise in mineral management and oil and gas accounting, has named Claire Ames Shaw as the company’s new director of West Texas operations. Claire will work from Valor’s satellite office in Midland, Texas, maintaining a dedicated presence for the company in this energy rich region. The addition of Claire to the team reinforces the company’s commitment to having a strong, continuous presence in the West Texas region.  

“Over the past few years, we’ve noted a substantial increase in new mineral management clients and prospects in the West Texas region,” said Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “Claire’s experience and credentials made her a unanimous choice to head up Valor’s office in Midland. Under her leadership and guidance, we look forward to having boots on the ground and the opportunity to strengthen relationships with the individual and institutional clients we serve.”

In the past decade, Claire has lived and worked in Midland, allowing her to gain a familiarity with the people and culture that define this oil-rich region of Texas. Claire is also no stranger to the mineral management and banking industries, having spent eight years at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, three of which were in the Midland office, and another two years working as a land assistant for Statewide Minerals Company. While at J.P. Morgan she held both Series 7 and Series 63 licenses, qualifying her to work as an agent with all types of corporate securities offerings. In addition to representing Valor’s local interests, she’ll also be continuing her work with the nonprofit Young Professionals Organization (YPO) of West Texas. Claire is a graduate of Auburn University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science (BS) in finance.

With offices in Fort Worth and Midland, Texas, Valor has grown to become one of the Southwest’s leading private asset managers, providing mineral management, oil and gas bookkeeping, and operator outsourcing for mineral owners and oil and gas investors. Thanks to the company’s revolutionary mineral.tech® software platform and mineral management services, Valor now oversees a combined 10.2 million gross acres and 560,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights on behalf of more than 100,000 interests across 32 U.S. states. 

Valor Ramps Up Accounting Department With New Hires

Company adds Matthew Hoffacker and Timothy Stackpole to its growing employee roster

FORT WORTH, TX (Jan. 31, 2023) Valor, a Fort Worth-based specialty asset management company with expertise in mineral management and accounting-based software solutions, has announced the hiring of two new staffers to shore up the company’s fast-growing accounting department. Matthew Hoffacker has joined Valor as a new senior accountant and Tim Stackpole will serve the company as a new staff accountant.

“We’re glad to have both Matthew and Tim onboard and look forward to their contributions,” said Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “In the past 12 months, Valor has more than doubled in size and revenue, with our accounting department responsible for the majority of this rapid growth. We’re fortunate that the company continues to experience robust new business growth – and we’re committed to making sure we’re staffed up properly to meet the needs of Valor’s rapidly diversifying client base.”

Matthew Hoffacker is highly experienced in accurate financial reporting and joint interest accounting. In his new role with Valor, Hoffacker will manage oil and gas accounting and bookkeeping for the company’s operator services department. Prior to joining Valor, he spent the previous five years as a senior-level joint interest billing accountant with TEEP Barnett USA, LLC – a natural gas exploration and production company. His prior in-category experience also extends to Crude Energy, where Hoffacker managed all accounts payable and joint interest accounting functions, successfully integrating departmental data. During this time, he implemented and maintained cloud-based EDI solutions for more than 1,200 non-operated upstream assets for integrated oil and gas firms operating in the basins of Eagle Ford Shale, Permian, and San Juan. 

Timothy Stackpole brings a wealth of knowledge in accounting principles and data analysis to his new staff accountant role at Valor. Prior to joining the company, Tim was a senior accountant for Optimum Healthcare Management, a senior care operator that manages skilled nursing facilities. Stackpole also worked for a private CPA firm that assists clients in a wide array of industries representing a diverse set of accounting needs. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of North Texas and Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Tarleton State University.

Since its founding in 2018, Valor has grown to become one of the Southwest’s leading private asset managers, providing business process outsourcing, proprietary software solutions, and accounting and management services for mineral rights owners and other private wealth clients. Thanks to the company’s revolutionary mineral.tech® software platform and mineral management services, Valor now oversees a combined 10.2 million gross acres and 560,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights on behalf of more than 100,000 interests across 32 U.S. states. The company’s professional services scope, focused primarily on private wealth management and oil and gas assets, extends beyond Valor’s business solutions and back-office services to include Valor Ignite™ – an on-demand business process outsourcing solution for accounting, marketing services, and contract c-suite engagements.

Valor Recruits Execs From Collegiate Backgrounds

Hanna Howard and Ashley Beebe, both TCU-Alums, join company in 2023  

FORT WORTH, TX (Jan. 12, 2023) Valor, a Fort Worth-based specialty asset management company with expertise in mineral management and accounting-based software solutions, has announced the hiring of two female executives with a local college connection. Effective immediately, Hanna Howard – a former associate head coach for the TCU Women’s Basketball team – will serve as the company’s chief of staff. And Ashley Beebe – previously the associate director of major gifts for the TCU Frog Club – has been hired to serve in the organization’s newly created position of chief growth officer. Both Howard and Beebe competed in college athletics at the Division I level.

“We are thrilled to add these two powerhouse executives to the team,” said Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “They’ve previously held high-performing donor outreach and coaching positions at TCU and are familiar with mentoring others, motivating teams, and enhancing performance on an individual level. We’re anxious to have them begin in these roles, where they can both channel their competitive nature and apply it to Valor’s workforce and our growing roster of clients.”

Hanna Howard, Chief of Staff

Hanna Howard will serve as the organization’s chief of staff. A lifelong coach, she’ll help direct project management, communications, and strategic planning for the company’s future. The professional and specialty asset management services provided by Valor not only apply to individuals but also extends to include institutional clients – including churches, universities, colleges, banks, corporations, foundations, family offices, and endowments. Prior to joining Valor, Howard served as an associate head women’s basketball coach at both TCU and Fresno State, in addition to her time on the coaching staffs of Utah State and UC San Diego. She earned a BA in business communications from the University of Portland and a master’s degree from Concordia University in Irvine, Calif.

Ashley Beebe, Chief Growth Officer

Ashley Beebe will serve as Valor’s chief growth officer. In this role, she’ll oversee Valor’s business development efforts as a departmental head, directing both staff and resources in building up the company’s growing list of clientele. Prior to joining the company, Beebe was an associate director of major gifts for the TCU Frog Club, an athletic booster organization that raises funds and awards scholarships for the university’s athletic department. She also created two entrepreneurial ventures of her own and previously represented NFL-level talent as an agent with Willis & Woy Sports Group. She earned a bachelor’s degree from TCU and a JD from Texas Tech Law School, where she served as the president of the school’s Sports Law Society.

As one of the Southwest’s leading private asset managers, Valor provides business process outsourcing, proprietary software solutions, and accounting and management services for mineral rights owners and other private wealth clients. Thanks to the company’s revolutionary mineral.tech® software platform and mineral management services, Valor now oversees a combined 10.2 million gross acres and 560,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights on behalf of more than 100,000 interests across 32 U.S. states. The company’s professional services scope, focused primarily on private wealth management and oil and gas assets, extends beyond Valor’s business solutions and back-office services to include Valor Ignite™ – an on-demand business process outsourcing solution for accounting, marketing services, and contract c-suite engagements.

Valor Adds Peter Milley and Ben Larrabee to BD Team

Technology-based hires will direct client acquisition strategies for the company

FORT WORTH, TX (Dec. 5, 2022) Valor, an asset management company specializing in mineral rights and accounting-based software solutions, has added Peter Milley and Ben Larrabee to the staff, where they will work together in supporting the company’s business development efforts. Both Milley and Larrabee will primarily focus on showcasing the value of the company’s services and proprietary mineral.tech® software platform, designed to serve the needs of the organization’s mineral management clients.  

“We’re looking forward to working with ambitious, innovative thinkers like Peter Milley and Ben Larrabee,” stated Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “The relentless pursuit of innovation is one of Valor’s four core values, making them both a great fit for our organization. They’ll both be instrumental in promoting the value proposition of Valor’s business solutions, tailored to meet the needs of our asset holders at the individual and institutional-level.” 

Both Milley and Larrabee have extensive experience in the mineral management and software-as-a-solution (SaaS) industries. Prior to joining the Valor team, the duo was responsible for developing OfferScout, a mobile app-based platform that aggregates and organizes data for mineral rights owners, allowing them to access multiple offers for comparison against competitive bids and evolving market conditions. Now working in-house at Valor, Milley and Larrabee will draw upon their previous oil and gas industry experience to focus on new business development and client acquisitions designed to build up and strengthen the organization’s mineral management services.

Prior to joining Valor, Peter Milley was a partner at Potomac Royalty Partners, worked as a Landman for Stronghold Resource Partners, and served as an energy credit analyst for Independent Bank Group. He graduated from Georgetown University with a B.S. in Management and Marketing, and earned his MBA from TCU. Ben Larrabee worked with Milley at Potomac and Stronghold Resource Partners, and also served as a Landman for Cazadores Royalty Partners. He graduated from the University of Mississippi with a B.A. in Managerial Finance. Both Milley and Larrabee’s official titles at Valor will be director of business development.

“I’m excited to join the Valor team and focus on building up the organization’s client base,” said Peter Milley. “There’s still an untapped market of asset holders at both the individual and institutional level who stand to benefit from Valor’s expertise, business solutions, and guidance.” Larrabee echoes the same sentiments, stating, “Valor has made great strides in helping mineral rights owners get the most out of their land and holdings. The company is truly revolutionizing the way we optimize asset value in the oil and gas industry, which makes for a convincing case to utilize Valor’s business solutions and service lines.”

Valor Hires Nathaniel Walter as Senior Mineral Manager

Former JPMorgan Chase closing manager joins the company’s land department

FORT WORTH, Texas, Nov. 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Valor, a specialty asset management company specializing in mineral rights and software-based business solutions, has announced the hiring of Nathaniel Walter, CPL as Senior Mineral Manager for the company’s land department. With his wealth of experience as a landman and land technician, Nathaniel, who often goes by the shortened version of his formal name (“Nat”), will use his extensive knowledge and hands-on experience to increase the value and optimize the accuracy of clientele data.

“Nathaniel will be an excellent addition to our land department and an incredible asset for our valued clients,” said Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “His background in land services, coupled with his extensive experience managing mineral assets for banking clients, makes him a dedicated practitioner – a common trait shared among all Valor employees. We look forward to watching the positive impact Nathaniel will have on the company and Valor’s clientele.”

As a certified land professional with over a decade of experience in the oil and gas industry, Nathaniel has developed a proficiency and understanding of numerous industry resources, tools, and innovative practices. Prior to joining Valor, Walter served as an oil & gas closing manager for JPMorgan Chase, honing his skills in the administrative and operational aspects of specialty asset management. He earned a bachelor’s degree in illustration from Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design.

As one of the region’s leading specialty asset management and mineral rights companies, Valor has oversight of 8.4 million gross acres and 450,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights in 32 states. Valor’s business solutions help manage more than 100,000 interests, which generate over $150 million in annual revenue for Valor’s clients. The company’s professional services scope, which places a premium on private wealth management, extends beyond Valor’s business solutions and back-office services in the energy sector to include Valor Ignite™ – an on-demand business process outsourcing solution for accounting, marketing services and contract C-suite engagements. Valor manages assets for a wide range of client profiles, including individuals, families, partnerships, trusts, non-profits, universities, institutions, investment funds, and family offices.

“It’s an honor to have the opportunity to work alongside a team of qualified professionals who are redefining the future of mineral management,” stated Nat Walter. “The corporate culture and client-first approach at Valor are unmatched in the industry and I’m looking forward to serving in this new role for years to come.”

Valor Announces Pam Presswood as New CIO

IT services and cybersecurity veteran to bolster internal controls and security

FORT WORTH, Texas, Oct. 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Valor, a professional service provider specializing in mineral rights management and software-based business solutions, has announced that Pam Presswood has joined the company as the firm’s new Chief Information Officer (CIO). In her new position, Presswood will assume a key leadership role in the strategic management of all IT Department’s initiatives, including cybersecurity – one of her key specialties.

“We’re extremely excited to have Pam Presswood join our rapidly growing organization,” says Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “She has a commendable record in the management and oversight of critical information systems and cybersecurity, talents we’ve been aware of for some time now. We are thrilled to have her serve in this critical role at Valor and know that she will provide immediate value to all of our stakeholders.”

Prior to joining Valor, Presswood most recently served as the Vice-President of Information Systems for Luther King Capital Management, a leading financial and investment services firm with multiple offices in Texas, serving high net worth individuals, institutions, foundations, and trusts. She spent over 25 years with the company, first at the director level, before eventually being promoted to the vice-presidential position. Pam is also a founding member of the Women Steering Business, a civic-minded nonprofit dedicated to the development and mentorship of the next generation of female business leaders in Fort Worth. Presswood graduated from Texas A&M University with a B.S. with honors in Computer Science and earned a letter in varsity fast-pitch softball.

As one of the region’s leading mineral management companies, Valor has oversight and management of 8.4 million gross acres and 450,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights in 32 states. Valor’s business solutions help manage more than 100,000 interests, which generate over $150 million in annual revenue for Valor’s clients. The company’s professional services scope also extends beyond Valor’s business solutions and back-office services in the energy sector to include Valor Ignite – an on-demand outsourcing services solution for accounting, business processes, contract C-suite engagements and back-office support. Valor manages assets for a wide range of client profiles, including individuals, families, partnerships, trusts, non-profits, universities, institutions, investment funds, and family offices.

Valor Announces Addition of New Company Hires

Award winning mineral rights management company continues on its path of growth.

FORT WORTH, Texas, Oct. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Valor, a professional service provider specializing in mineral rights management and software-based business solutions, has announced the hiring of two new employees, welcoming Josiah “Si” Exum, as a staff accountant, and Camille Werstak as an administrative executive assistant. Bringing Valor’s full-time employee count to over 30, these new additions reflect the company’s impressive growth figures and strategic plans for expansion. 

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Si Exum

“Each member of the Valor team wholeheartedly represents our core values, and our new hires are no exception,” says Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “We’re confident that Si’s experience will further support the accuracy of our mineral management accounting and we’re thrilled to have Camille play an integral role in our administrative department.”

Si Exum has more than three years of banking experience, gaining valuable critical-thinking, detail-oriented, and time-efficiency skills. An accounting specialist with a meticulous nature and analytical skills, Exum will work to ensure clients’ data is transferred and accurately reflected on Valor’s mineral management software, mineral.tech®. Exum earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and mathematics from Western Governors University.

Camille Werstak
Camille Werstak

Camille Werstak, a recent graduate of Texas Christian University, will serve as Valor’s latest addition to its administrative department. Before attending TCU, Werstak lived in Switzerland, where she acquired an international education at TASIS-Switzerland. Werstak went on to a bachelor’s in communication at TCU, where her demonstrated excellence in education resulted in receiving an award for excellence in Spanish, placement on the dean’s honor list and membership in the Lambda Pi Eta Communication Studies Honor Society. Her prior experience in mineral rights and employment with a law firm has equipped Werstak with fundamental skills to assist in the seamless execution of operations at Valor.

As one of the region’s leading mineral management companies, Valor has oversight and management of 8.4 million gross acres and 450,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights in 32 states. Valor’s business solutions help manage more than 100,000 interests, which generate over $150 million in annual revenue for Valor’s clients. The company’s professional services scope also extends beyond the energy sector to include Valor Ignite™ – an on-demand outsourcing services solution for accounting, business processes, contract C-suite engagements and back-office support. Valor manages assets for a wide range of client profiles, including individuals, families, partnerships, trusts, non-profits, universities, institutions, investment funds, and family offices.

For more information on the company, please visit www.onevalor.com.

About Valor:

Valor is a comprehensive professional services provider that uses technology and innovation to ease the burdens of asset management in the oil and gas industry. We place the client first, providing flexible solutions, and leveraging our team of experts to maintain the security, clarity, and optimization of privately owned assets. Valor’s professional services scope also extends beyond the energy sector with Valor Ignite™ – an on-demand outsourcing solution for accounting, business processes, contract C-suite engagements, and back-office support. Explore the benefits of partnering with Valor to streamline your business operations by visiting www.onevalor.com.

Valor Adds Russ Talley to Land Team

Primary duties will include helping Valor’s clients optimize their mineral rights and oil and gas assets

FORT WORTH, Texas, June 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Valor, an asset management and professional services company specializing in oil and gas mineral rights, has added Russ Talley to the company’s Land Team. In this role, Talley will work with the land team to help optimize client mineral assets through thorough research and analysis of client holdings.

Russ Talley
Russ Talley

“We’re quite pleased to have recruited someone of Russ Talley’s caliber to join our organization,” said Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “His knowledge and experience will be a tremendous asset for our clients, both current and future. Russ is unique because he also has a geologic background, which will be a unique differentiation for Valor’s service offering.”

Valor manages just over 80,000 interests across 32 states‌, which generate over $100 million in annual revenue for its clients. The company is an industry leader for comprehensive oil and gas management and outsourcing services that can be customized for any client’s particular needs. Valor’s specialty is mineral management asset services for a wide range of clientele, including individuals, families, partnerships, trusts, non-profits, universities, institutions, investment funds, and family offices.

Talley is a geologist with over three decades of experience in oil and gas operator services. His extensive and diverse background includes experience as a title analyst, division order and lease analyst, regulatory manager, engineering technician, geoscience data manager, and geology exploration. Prior to joining Valor, Talley previously worked for Cawley, Gillespie & Associates, a private oil and gas services firm, as well as the Forestar Group, Range Resources, DTE Energy, and Quicksilver Resources. He maintains advanced skill sets in geo-computing, reservoir evaluation, drilling, and seismic survey design and interpretation. Talley earned bachelor’s degrees in Geology and Anthropology from the University of Texas at Arlington and is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.

“I’m very excited to begin the next chapter of my career with such an esteemed organization,” stated Russ Talley. “Valor is a company that’s driving real progress and change in the oil and gas industry, and I hope to add some valuable contributions of my own to the legacy we’re creating.” For more information on the company, please visit www.onevalor.com.

About Valor:
Valor is a comprehensive professional services provider that uses technology and innovation to ease the burdens of asset management in the oil and gas industry. We place the client first, providing flexible solutions and leveraging our team of experts to maintain the security, clarity and optimization of privately owned assets. Valor manages just over eight million gross mineral acres across 32 states‌, which generate over $100 million in annual revenue for its clients. Valor’s professional services scope also extends beyond the energy sector with Valor Ignite™ – an on-demand outsourcing solution for accounting, business process outsourcing, contract C-suite engagements and back-office support. Explore the benefits of partnering with Valor to manage mineral rights and streamline business operations by visiting www.onevalor.com.

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Valor Promotes Cathy Ramirez to Director of Oil and Gas Accounting

Company’s former Controller will now lead department in expanded accounting division

FORT WORTH, Texas, May 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Valor, an asset management and professional services company specializing in oil and gas mineral rights, has announced that Cathy Ramirez has been promoted to Director of Oil and Gas Accounting for the company. The new role is effective immediately for Ramirez, who previously held the position of Controller.

Cathy Ramirez
Cathy Ramirez

“We’re more than pleased to have Cathy Ramirez serve the company in this elevated role,” said Joseph DeWoody, CEO of Valor. “As we’ve revamped and grown our entire accounting services division, her background and specific experience in the oil and gas industry make her the logical choice to lead this department.”

Valor manages just over eight million gross mineral acres across 32 states‌, which generate over $100 million in annual revenue for its clients. The oversight of these non-operated oil and gas holdings is the primary objective of the company’s oil and gas accounting department. Valor’s clients come from multiple categories, including individuals, banks, families, partnerships, trusts, nonprofits, universities, institutions, investment funds and family offices. As the new director of oil and gas accounting, Ramirez will lead all accounting services for the department, representing the full scope of Valor’s professional services in the energy sector. She will be the primary contact for all accounting-related internal team functions and client-facing communication.

Prior to joining Valor, Ramirez was already an energy industry veteran, having held comptroller positions for several oil and gas operators, including Acacia Exploration, HighMark Energy Operating, Longview Energy, and Pacesetter Energy. Prior to her time in oil and gas, Ramirez spent over a decade in public accounting, specializing in cost accounting, general ledger, financial reporting, human resources, tax return preparation, and fixed assets. Her meticulous approach has been instrumental in growing Valor’s operator services and mineral management business sectors.

“I’m looking forward to consolidating the financial oversight of our oil and gas division,” stated Cathy Ramirez, director of oil and gas accounting for Valor. “I’m honored to take on the added responsibilities and best practices that come with leading a team effort.” For more information on the company, please visit www.onevalor.com.

About Valor:
Valor is a comprehensive professional services provider that uses technology and innovation to ease the burdens of asset management in the oil and gas industry. We place the client first, providing flexible solutions and leveraging our team of experts to maintain the security, clarity and optimization of privately owned assets. Valor currently manages eight million gross mineral acres on behalf of their clients, whose holdings generate more than $100 million in annual revenue. Valor’s professional services scope also extends beyond the energy sector with Valor Ignite™ – an on-demand outsourcing solution for accounting, business process outsourcing, contract C-suite engagements and back-office support. Explore the benefits of partnering with Valor to manage mineral rights and streamline business operations by visiting www.onevalor.com.

Media Contact:
Jeff Cheatham
Senior Strategist/Publicist
The Power Group
(972) 961-6171
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