- Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Oldham Goodwin Group
- Website: https://oldhamgoodwin.com/
- Undergraduate Education
- Texas A&M University - Agricultural Economics
At age 23, Casey Oldham ’02 founded Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC. Various successful real estate and business ventures ensued after that, driven largely from the collaboration between Casey and his business partner Hunter Goodwin class of ’96. For many small and large business owners, Oldham is a trusted advisor and mentor. He enjoys being a resource for entrepreneurs and sharing what has driven his success. In addition to serving as an employer and mentor, Oldham’s philanthropic contributions positively impact the B/CS community. He remains a generous donor and supporter of many faith-based organizations, diverse charities, and scholastic programs.
Oldham currently serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC, and is rooted in every aspect of the business he founded. He oversees corporate strategic planning, positioning, and overall corporate initiatives. In his orle, he structures and negotiates new business ventures and initiatives for the company, and monitors the efficient resource allocation of personnel and capital. In addition, Casey is a managing member and/or partner of multiple real estate and business partnerships.
Oldham has a significant presence in community service. He has served as a Governing Council Member of the Realtors Commercial Alliance Committee for the Texas Association of Realtors, Chair of the Bryan/College Station Board of Realtors Commercial Committee, Director of the Bryan/College Station Association of Realtors, a member of the City of Bryan Tax Incremental Finance Committee. Currently, he also serves as a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, a member of the Leadership Council for Invest Research Valley, and a member of the Texas A&M Foundation Real Estate Gift Committee.
In 2013, Oldham was inducted into the Tyrus R. Timm Honor Registry of Former Students in Agricultural Economics. Less than 1% of all former students of Texas A&M’s Department of Agricultural Economics have received this esteemed designation and honor.