KAREN GOETTING SKELTON
1100 Weston Lane North, Austin, Texas 78733 | 512.656-9599 (cell) | firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Texas at Austin,
Masters of Business Administration 1987
AB, Romance Languages and Literatures, 1979
Minor Concentration in Civil Engineering, 1975-1977
Universidad de Valencia (Spain)
Summer School Spanish Fluency Immersion 1978
The University of Texas at Austin 1977
Summer School, Biology and Spanish
Texas Realty Partners, LLC
Founder 2005 to present
TRPLLC is a boutique real estate firm representing real estate syndications, private investors, developers and corporate entities, including representation for leasing, brokerage, development and entitlement activities. In the years since it’s founding, TRPLLC has completed over $40MM in sales, $25MM in structured financing, and $20MM in leases. 248 Addie Roy Road, B302, Austin, Texas 78746| 512.651.7007 (direct) |www.txrlty.com|www.trpaustin.com | email@example.com
Henry S. Miller Company
Vice President 2001 to 2005
HSM is a regional real estate firm with multiple divisions. Associated with the Austin office but worked on statewide projects including the formation of Henry S. Miller Real Estate Services as President for the purposes of pursuing an 11MM SF leasing project for the State of Texas. Investment Real Estate Specialist.
Skelton Properties; Ansley Farms II, Inc.; Skelton Farms, Inc.; Skelton-Addie Roy of Texas, Inc., Goetting
Family Mineral Trust
Owner 1992 – present
Entities formed for the purpose of managing family or closely held interests related to real estate and mineral interests.
Skelton Asset Advisors, Inc.; Skelton Auction Advisors, Inc.
Owner 1992 – 1995
Entities formed for the purpose of providing consulting services and/or to partner with various clients including Bank One-New Hampshire/Bank of New England, Hudson and Marshall, the FDIC, the RTC and various regional banks in Texas. These services generally had to do with evaluating portfolios of REO, determining if the individual assets should be sold in bulk sales, auctions or on a retail basis, and executing those plans for disposition.
Bank One, NA and it’s operating subsidiary Bonnet Resources (now J.P.Morgan)
Vice President, Marketing (1991-1992) 1990-1992
Bonnet Resources was the “bad bank” created when Bank One, N.A, acquired the assets of one of the largest banks in Texas, MBank, and was the repository of all workout and ORE related assets. Statewide responsibility for portfolio marketing and sales of $200MM in packages of office buildings and retail centers located throughout the State of Texas.
Vice President, Property Management (1990-1991) 1990-1992
Regional responsibility for a portfolio of $120MM in retail and office properties, with responsibility for managing all leasing and property management activities for the underlying real estate assets, including budgeting and lease negotiation on behalf of the landlord.
Texas Commerce Bank (now J.P. Morgan)
Assistant Vice President, ORE Marketing and Management (1991-1992) 1987-1990
Managed a portfolio of real estate assets including office buildings, multifamily, retail, industrial and land, totaling $150MM at it’s peak. Responsibilities included hiring property managers, leasing agents and professional service providers such as engineers and architects, as well as negotiating the sale of those assets after they had been re-stabilized and readied for marketing.
District Marketing Manager 1985-1987
Responsibility for all marketing activities for the Commercial Building Division of a multi-national construction company based in San Antonio including the preparation of Bid Proposals with the Chief Estimator and the President of the Commercial Division.
Project Engineer/Project Manager 1983-1985
Initially responsible as Project Engineer for the management of all the contracting/subcontracting elements of a $28MM mixed use commercial project in Austin, Texas including a hotel, office building, 400 vehicle parking structure and associated civil improvements on Waller Creek. Ultimately succeeded to the role of Project Manager for the close out of the contract and completion of all requirements necessary to receive a Certificate of Occupancy from the City of Austin.
Cadillac Fairview Urban Development, Houston
Construction Manager 1980-1983
Responsible for the tower portion of the flagship $89MM Four Seasons Hotel at Houston Center in downtown Houston. Managed the deliverables from the architects and engineers, as well as the major subcontractors, who were contracted directly to CFUD. Subsequently managed the demolition and reconfiguration of the 400,000 SF Gulf Tower (Two Houston Center) for conversion from single tenant to multi-tenant status. Also managed Tenant Improvements for the Park at Houston Center and completed West Wood Green as Construction Manager.
Duncan Smith Company, San Antonio
Financial Analyst/Construction Manager 1980-1983
Originally hired to train as a Financial Analyst, but took over the responsibility for the completion of a historic (1879 vintage) rehabilitation of a downtown office structure to be occupied by Duncan-Smith as well as multiple office, retail and fast food tenants, including McDonald’s and Popeye’s.
LICENSES AND AFFLIATIONS
Licensed Texas Real Estate Broker since 1992, Licensed Texas Real Estate Salesperson 1990-1992, CCIM Candidate
National Association of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors, Austin Board of Realtors, Certified Commercial Investment Member (Candidate), Princeton University Varsity Club, University of Texas Exes, Option II MBA Alumni Association, Princeton Alumni Association
President, Vistas at Barton Creek Condominium Owners Association (3 terms); former President (3 different terms) Rob Roy on the Lake Owners Association; Vice President, Port Royal By The Sea Condominium Owner’s Association; University of Texas Astronomy Department and McDonald Observatory Board of Visitors (1992 to present), Chairman, Nominating Committee 2003-2009, Executive Committee 2001-2009, Strategic Planning Committee, HETDEX Advancement Committee; Texas Cures Foundation Advisory Board 2012, Board Member, Silverton-Tingari Foundation
Married since 1987 to J. Hampton Skelton (Hamp) with 3 children)