Board of Directors
Robert Alpert is founder and general partner of RHA, Inc., and Atlas Capital Management, L.P. (collectively “Atlas”). From October 1995 to September 30, 2015, Alpert was responsible for the investments and operations of Atlas Capital Management (a long-short strategy). Atlas Capital Management has transitioned to Robert’s family investment vehicle.
Alpert is also the co-founder and chairman of Homebuilder Capital Advisors LLC (a real estate specialty finance company), a general partner of 210 Capital, L.P., a managing member of Prime Sleep, LLC (a mattress retailer in Kansas City), director of Redpoint Insurance Group (a Texas P&C company), a general partner of Aspen Starwood (a real estate development firm), and an advisor to CA Partners (a fund of funds). Prior to founding Atlas, Alpert was a portfolio manager for Luther King Capital Management (1990-1995). Prior to joining LCKM, Robert was a management associate at Paine Webber (1987-1989).
Alpert holds a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University (1987) and a master’s in Business Administration from Columbia University (1990). He is married with three children and an active member of Watermark Community Church. Alpert and his wife founded a private foundation, Covenant Charities, Inc. He currently serves on the board of The Halftime Institute and Dallas Theological Seminary and is the city champion and co-founder of Lemonade Day-Dallas.
|Mark A. Ascolese|
Director, President and CEO
A proven business leader and strategist, Mark A. Ascolese is an electrical infrastructure and energy management expert with more than 40 years of experience serving a variety of mission critical and energy markets including data centers.
Prior to P10 Industries, Ascolese served as president and CEO of Active Power, a manufacturer of flywheel energy storage products and modular infrastructure solutions, which was acquired by Piller USA, Inc., a subsidiary of Langley Holdings PLC in November 2016. Prior to joining Active Power, Ascolese first served as CEO and then as board chairman of Power Analytics, an electrical infrastructure enterprise software firm. He served as president at Powerware Corporation (now part of Eaton Corp.) and in senior management positions at General Electric.
From 2000-2002, Ascolese served as senior vice president of Business Development at Active Power during the company’s initial public offering. In this role, he led the efforts in securing multimillion dollar distribution and development agreements with key market players.
Ascolese earned a bachelor’s of Science in Commerce from the University of Louisville.
Daryl Dulaney is a corporate leader with more than 30 years of experience. He most recently served as board chairman for Active Power, a manufacturer of flywheel energy storage products and modular infrastructure solutions, which was acquired by Piller USA, Inc., a subsidiary of Langley Holdings PLC in November 2016.
Before retiring in the fall of 2014, he served as CEO of Siemens Infrastructure and Cities Sector for North America, a provider of sustainable technologies for metropolitan areas and their infrastructures. During that time, he also served as CEO of Siemens Industry, Inc., a position he held since October 2009. His career at Siemens Industry, Inc., spanned more than 18 years in various executive leadership positions. Prior to his time at Siemens, Dulaney served in various management positions for suppliers of building automation and process control products.
Dulaney received a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Ohio State University.
Mark Hood is executive vice president of Corporate Development for Crossroads Systems, Inc., an intellectual property licensing company. He leads initiatives in business development and capital markets while serving as a key strategist in managing the company’s intellectual property portfolio.
Prior to joining Crossroads, Hood was CEO of Network Consulting Services, a master sales agency he launched to integrate services from multiple telecommunications companies. He also founded MCH Advisors, a consultancy focused on guiding early stage technology clients through the design and launch of sales and marketing programs in high-growth markets.
Hood held Series 7, 65, and 66 securities licenses and served as general partner of two small-cap equity investment funds. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Sam Houston State University and a master’s of Science in Technology Commercialization from The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business.
|C. Clark Webb|
Clark Webb is a partner and portfolio manager at Pharos Capital Group. He previously served as a principal of Select Equity Group and co-portfolio manager of the Lafayette Street Fund, a concentrated long-short equity strategy, until early 2016. Webb is also an investor in 210 Capital.
Webb graduated with bachelor’s degree from Princeton University in 2003. He resides in Dallas, Texas, with his wife and three children and serves on the Board of Trustees of Christian Union.