Patricia Red Hawk, M.D.
Sponsor, Red Hawk Property Group LLC
Dr. Red Hawk is President of the Red Hawk Property Group LLC and the Welliott Investment Group LLC. This duo of vertically integrated real estate investment firms operates nationwide, managing active investments across multiple platforms and targeting the acquisition of single-family, multifamily and other opportunistic assets in US growth markets.
Prior to attending Temple University School of Medicine, Dr. Red Hawk worked in residential construction in the Silicon Valley, collaborating on numerous remodel and new-build projects. Since leaving clinical medicine in 2010, she has focused solely on real estate investments.
Returning home to the West coast, Dr. Red Hawk utilizes her 15 years of experience acquiring, owning and managing residential properties--including this “rent-by-the-room” strategy . The PDX Fund I model capitalizes on Dr. Red Hawk’s well-honed experience while also harnessing the unique confluence of demographic demand and a tech-driven economy, to offer this exciting investment opportunity.
To learn more about Dr. Red Hawk and her investment career, go here www.PatriciaRedHawkMD.com
Victor Carlyle Hackett, III, Esq. J.D., M.B.A
Tinna Dogg Gunnarsdottir
Mr. Hackett directs the business development and investment fund compliance for Red Hawk Property Group LLC. He has advised national homebuilders, private equity funds, and commercial banks. After beginning his career with Lennar Homes, he went on to work for LEM Capital, a Lubert Adler Real Estate Private Equity Fund. During his time at Lennar and LEM Capital, Mr. Hackett was responsible for over $500 million in investment management and strategy. He was later part of the senior management team at Fox Chase Bank, a $1 billion regional bank. Mr. Hackett holds a Masters of Business Administration from the Villanova University School of Business, and a Juris Doctorate from the Villanova University School of Law. Professor Hackett teaches Real Estate Finance at Drexel University’s Lebow College of Business.
Ms. Gunnarsdottir provides demographic and cultural research in addition to cultural insights to optimize the living experience in each unit created by RHPG. She is an international development executive with a background in community development that includes working with private, public, and non-profit social services groups in the U.S. and her native Iceland. When she relocated to the U.S., Ms. Gunnarsdottir shifted to working with various demographic communities including youth and young adults. In New York, she worked on the Mount Sinai Medical System of New York City 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment Report. Ms. Gunnarsdottir holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Arizona State University.