Holland Gary is the CFO of Carleton Residential Properties, and the President of Salt River Capital, a real estate finance subsidiary.
He is an experienced private equity investment professional with a background investing and managing private equity assets for some of the largest public pension plans in the nation. He was a Principal and COO at Aldus Equity, a private equity firm with $7 billion under management and formerly an affiliate of RREEF Alternative Investments, the global alternatives asset management business of Deutsche Bank’s Asset Management division. He served on the investment committee which deployed over $1 billion each year. Prior to Aldus Equity, Mr. Gary was an investment professional with Innovation Philadelphia, and worked with prominent Dallas area venture capital firms providing market research and due diligence. Mr. Gary began his career in a variety of operational management roles at venture-backed early stage companies, where he had responsibilities developing and managing enterprise software and web-based technologies for Fortune 500 companies including Whirlpool, Prudential, Bank of America, and Walmart.
Mr. Gary is a graduate of the Greenhill School in the Dallas area where he currently serves on the Board of Trustees as Finance Committee Chair. He is also the current Chair of the Board of Directors for The da Vinci School. Mr. Gary is an active member of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation where he currently serves on the Vestry.
Mr. Gary earned an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania where he was a Joseph Wharton Fellow and Co-Chair of the Wharton Ethics Committee. He earned a BSE in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University where he was an All Ivy track and field athlete. Holland Gary lives in the Dallas, Texas area with his wife and two young children.