Jeff is responsible for setting Visio's overall strategy and direction. Prior to forming Visio Lending, he founded Visio's predecessor company, Econohomes. Jeff previously served as the Global Head of Semiconductor Investment Banking at JP Morgan, where his clients included some of the largest technology companies in the world, including Intel and Texas Instruments. Before JP Morgan, Jeff was a corporate securities attorney at Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich (now DLA Piper). Jeff received his JD and MBA from Santa Clara University. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics and Theology from Georgetown University.
Prior to joining Visio Lending, Bill served as Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Operations for WhiteGlove Health from April 2009 to April 2013. Bill's previous positions include Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of The Collective Group, LLC, an IT services company; Chief Operating Officer of Services of MTI Technology Corporation; and Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Collective Technologies, LLC. Prior to Collective Technologies, he was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of JDN Realty Corporation. He earned a BBA in Business Administration from the University of Kentucky and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Matt is responsible for spearheading our capital raising efforts and other strategic initiatives. Prior to joining Visio Lending, Matt was Managing Director at Cypress Real Estate Advisors where he led capital market activities and oversight for investment acquisitions, dispositions, and asset management activities. Matt's involvement with Cypress included the investment of over $700 million in equity across various asset classes. Matt previously worked in Houston, Texas, for Centennial Ventures, a venture capital firm, where he evaluated investment opportunities in the telecom sector. Earlier in his career, Matt worked in San Francisco, California, for McKinsey & Company, a management consulting firm, where he advised clients across various industries. Matt received his undergraduate degree in finance from the University of Texas and his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Ryan is responsible for building, training, motivating and managing our sales teams, as well as leading operations. Prior to joining Visio Lending in 2009, Ryan was a Large Opportunity Representative with Dell computer, where he handled the sale of total IT solutions for small businesses. Previously, Ryan served as General Sales Manager for Davis Acura in Langhorne, PA leading the development of their Certified Pre-Owned program. During Ryan's tenure and through his efforts, Davis Acura became the top Acura Certified Pre-Owned program in the nation.
Rhonda is responsible for all financial reporting and compliance to internal and external parties. She was promoted to Vice President after serving as Visio’s Corporate Controller & Treasurer for nearly five years. Prior to joining Visio Lending, Rhonda was Chief Financial Officer of House Call Doctors. In her 20-plus-year career, Rhonda has also served as Director of Cash Services for Dell Computer Corporation, Controller for Brown, McCarroll & Oaks Hartline and Accounts Payable Manager for Willbros Group. She is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor’s in Accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas.
Clayton is responsible for overseeing Visio Lending’s new product development initiatives including expansion into multi-family and commercial lending opportunities. Prior to Visio Lending, Clayton was a Managing Director at Stronghill Capital, where he played a senior role in program creation, secondary market and other key capital relationships and product development. Clayton has also successfully launched and operated two national SBCRE platforms and has held influential positions at EverBank, Bayview, and Ocwen Federal Bank. During his time at Bayview and Everbank, Clayton was directly involved in the acquisition, origination, or disposition through secondary market sales or securitization of more than $5 billion in CRE transactions involving hundreds of counter parties including institutional, governmental and private entities.