Richard Campo is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Camden Property Trust (NYSE:CPT) and has served in this capacity since May 1993. As the Chairman and CEO of one of the nation’s largest multifamily Real Estate Investment Trusts, Mr. Campo holds strategic roles within the real estate industry. He is currently a member of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts ('NAREIT') where he previously served on both the Executive Board and Advisory Board, the National Multifamily Housing Council ('NMHC') where he served on the Executive Committee and was past chairman, and the Urban Land Institute ('ULI').

Mr. Campo began his real estate career after graduating from Oregon State University in 1976. After working for a private Houston real estate company, Mr. Campo co-founded Camden’s predecessor companies in 1982 and has spent almost 30 years building a company of great people that are renowned for their management proficiency, their development and construction capabilities and their savvy in the areas of technology, training and marketing. He has led the development, management, acquisition and disposition of real estate properties valued in excess of $20 billion; and under his leadership, Camden and has grown from a Texas-based real estate firm with assets valued at $200 million in 1993 to an industry leader with a national footprint and assets valued at more than $13 billion.

Mr. Campo serves on and has served on the Board of Directors of several organizations that focus on the economic development, business outlook and future growth of Houston, including Central Houston, Inc., the Greater Houston Community Foundation and the Greater Houston Partnership, and is an Executive Advisory Board Member for the University of Houston, C.T. Bauer College of Business. Mr. Campo currently serves as Chairman of the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority, and he served as past Chairman of the Houston First Corporation, a local government corporation that facilitates the city's economic growth through the business of conventions and the arts. He was also chairman of the Super Bowl LI Host Committee and served as Secretary Treasurer and Chairman of the finance committee for the Harris County Houston Sports Authority which was responsible for financing and building Minute Maid Park, NRG Stadium and the Toyota Center.

Mr. Campo is a frequent speaker on real estate and development related topics for both industry-related and non-industry conferences and associations and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).


D. Keith Oden was co-founder of Camden's predecessor companies in 1982 and has served Camden as President and Trust Manager since 1993. As a Principal Executive Officer and Director, Oden drives Camden's strategic initiatives, leads the property operations and corporate support services, and promotes the company's culture. After completing his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin, Oden began his career as a management consultant with the then-public accounting firm Deloitte, Haskins and Sells in 1979. He joined Century Development Corporation, one of the most active real estate development firms in the Southwest in 1981, and later became Director of Financial Planning.

For more than twenty years, Mr. Oden has been committed to developing one of the best multifamily companies in the industry. Under his purview, Camden successfully completed the mergers of three well-established real estate companies: Paragon, Oasis Residential, and Summit Properties in 1997, 1998 and 2005, respectively. Oden's work was instrumental to the assimilation of these three companies into Camden's culture. He facilitated a side-by-side comparison of Camden and the companies' practices and processes, leveraging a best-practices approach to maintain Camden's leadership position within the industry.

Under Oden's leadership, Camden formed a cross-functional team to design, develop, and execute a web-based property management system across the portfolio. The result: Oden's team implemented OneSite throughout the Camden portfolio nearly 200 communities in nine months. With the system in place, the team implemented a pricing engine called YieldStar™ shortly thereafter. YieldStar™ indiscriminately prices apartment homes to maximize revenue which creates a considerable competitive advantage for the organization.

Oden was the corporate sponsor and ultimate decision-maker in the creation and development of Camden's comprehensive brand strategy. Taking a fully-integrated marketing approach, Camden launched its brand through an award-winning website; corporate and community collateral materials; and a naming convention so that all of Camden's communities would be captured under the company's flagship name. As a result, Camden increased market recognition and gained the ability to weather the ups and downs of the real estate cycle effectively.

Oden is a member of the Executive Council of the Center for Real Estate Finance at the University of Texas and serves as advisor, financial supporter, guest lecturer, and panelist for the faculty and students pursuing their MBAs in real estate finance. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and a licensed real estate broker in the State of Texas.


Malcolm Stewart is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Camden Property Trust and Chairman of Camden’s Investment Committee.

After graduating from Texas A&M University, Mr. Stewart served three years as a Regular Army Officer in various assignments and locations. Prior to joining Camden’s predecessor company, Mr. Stewart had responsibility for all construction and project services at one of the largest and most active development companies in the Southwest where he began his association with Messrs. Campo and Oden. Mr. Stewart has successfully developed real estate business units such as privatized public development of office buildings, hospitals, governmental and university facilities, and student housing. While at Camden, he has structured and managed numerous real estate revenue enhancement groups and has been responsible for the construction, development, or acquisition/disposition of billions of dollars of real estate assets. Mr. Stewart is responsible for all operations across the United States.

Mr. Stewart has actively supported community services and served in various capacities. Additionally, he is an active supporter of the Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets, and has been inducted into the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets Hall of Honor. He is also on the Executive Committee of the Texas A&M Masters of Real Estate Program.


Alex Jessett is Chief Financial Officer of Camden Property Trust. In this capacity, Alex oversees all of the capital markets activity, financial planning and analysis, financial reporting, financial operations, risk management, and tax compliance for Camden. In addition to his daily management responsibilities at Camden, Alex has been responsible for over $20 billion of debt and equity issuances and structured real estate transactions.

Mr. Jessett has been employed in the real estate industry since 1997 and has worked at Camden in various roles since 1999. Prior to joining Camden, he worked at Comerica Bank of Texas in the Real Estate Lending department.

Mr. Jessett serves as Chairman for the Board of Directors of Legacy Community Health Services “Legacy”, the largest Federally Qualified Health Center “FQHC” in Texas. Legacy believes health care is a right, not a privilege and as an FQHC provides full-service medical care to all who need, regardless of the ability to pay, without judgement or exception. Mr. Jessett also serves as Treasurer and is on the Board of Directors for Central Houston, Inc., an organization that focuses on the redevelopment and revitalization of downtown Houston. Alex also is a member of the Executive Council of the Center for Real Estate Finance at The University of Texas and serves on the Executive Advisory Board for the University of Houston’s Bauer College of Business Real Estate Program. He has been a guest lecturer and formal mentor for students pursuing their MBA’s at both The University of Texas and the University of Houston. He is also a graduate of the Center for Houston’s Future.

Mr. Jessett has a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin, and a Masters of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Houston, where he received the Dean's Award for Academic Excellence.


Bill Sengelmann is Executive Vice President of Real Estate Investments of Camden Property Trust and is responsible for overseeing the Real Estate Investment department whose activities include acquisitions, dispositions and new development. Since joining the company in 1998 as Vice President of New Development, Bill has been responsible for over $11 billion real estate transactions involving more than 80,000 units.

Prior to joining Camden, Bill spent 10 years with American General Investment Corporation and NorthMarq Capital, where he originated in excess of $1.5 billion of debt and equity transactions of various property types throughout the United States. Bill received his Bachelor of Business Administration from The University of Texas at Austin.


Laurie Baker is Executive Vice President of Operations for Camden Property Trust. Baker is responsible for the oversight and strategy of Camden's portfolio operations and investment funds. During her 20 plus years with Camden, Baker has held several positions including Senior Vice President of Fund & Asset Management, where she led the creation and management of Camden’s first investment fund. Baker served as the executive sponsor for Camden's technology initiative during the 2000’s, which included $10 million in technology investments and the rollout of Camden's web-based property management software, revenue management, and several web-based solutions.

Before joining Camden, Baker was Vice President at Walden Residential Properties and spent nine years at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Chevy Chase, MD. She holds an MBA in Finance from George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Sam Houston State University.

Baker serves on the Board of Directors Executive Committee for the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) and is a member of NMHC’s Racial and Equity Task Force. She is vice-chair of ULI's Multifamily Bronze Council and serves on the Advisory Board for Texas A&M’s Master of Real Estate Program. Baker was the 2016 President of CREW Network, a Past President for CREW Houston and in 2012 was honored as one of the Top 15 Women in Commercial Real Estate in Houston. She is a frequent speaker within the commercial real estate industry, a licensed real estate broker in the state of Texas and was recognized by Real Estate Forum as a Women of Influence in 2014, 2015 and 2016.


Kim Callahan serves as the primary point of contact for the multifamily company's investors and analysts, manages all investor communications and oversees Camden's sustainability (ESG) matters.

Callahan joined Camden in 1996 and previously served as Director of Finance and Vice President of Finance for the company. Prior to joining Camden, she was employed by First Interstate Bank as a Financial Analyst in the Corporate Property Division, and also served as a Management Consultant for Price Waterhouse.

Callahan received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Managerial Studies from Rice University. She is a member of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) and National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT). Callahan has consistently been named by Institutional Investor as one of the top Investor Relations Professionals in the REIT Sector, and recognized for having one of the best IR programs in the industry.


Michael Gallagher joined Camden in 2006 and is responsible for Camden’s SEC financial reporting, accounting, and risk management.

Prior to joining Camden, Michael served as the Controller of a $3+ billion international subsidiary of the General Electric Company, where he was responsible for the accounting, financial reporting, and financial reporting systems functions. He has also served as the CFO of a NASDAQ-traded telecommunications company and a start-up international software company. Michael began his career with Price Waterhouse and served as the engagement manager for a number of Fortune 500 clients.

A Certified Public Accountant, Michael earned his Master of Business Administration at Texas A&M University and his Bachelor of Business Administration at the University of Texas-Tyler.


Stephen R. Hefner is Senior Vice President of Construction responsible for directing, supervising and strategic planning of Camden's construction, facilities and purchasing operation across the company's entire portfolio. He oversees construction management and general contracting along with the responsibility of facilities and centralized purchasing operations for Camden multifamily and retail portfolio and other real estate properties developed by Camden and third-party clients. He is involved in site due diligence, acquisition, design team selection and direction, as well as cost estimating, project management, facilities operations and general contracting and general business strategies. He has overseen over 3 billion of real estate transaction and more than 39,000 units of construction.

Hefner is celebrating 36 years in the multifamily industry and 27 years with Camden. He began his career in construction with Worthing Southeast Builders as a construction manager of multifamily housing projects. He was then responsible for many of the same activities under SAE Spaw Glass/Cahaba Residential, a commercial and multifamily builder based throughout the United States. Later, Hefner served as Construction Manager for Gross Builders, a privately-owned development and construction company in Houston, Texas where he oversaw general contracting for the owner and developer before joining Camden.

Hefner received an Associate's Degree in Applied Science, Building Construction, from Texas State Technical Institute in 1985, and studied Finance at Southwest Texas State University as an undergraduate.

Hefner currently serves as Vice Chairman of the National Multifamily Council Construction Committee. He also serves on the Advisory Council for Texas State Technical College and is a Board Member for Scenic Houston. Hefner is past Chairman of the Multifamily Council for the Greater Houston Builders Association, and HomeAid Houston and is a member of the Houston Building Council, and the Houston Apartment Association. He is a licensed contractor in multiple states throughout the United States.


Since February 2015, Josh Lebar has been responsible for a variety of legal functions for Camden, including corporate governance, transactional activities, and general litigation supervision.

Prior to joining Camden, Josh was a long-standing partner in the law firm of Winstead PC. While his practice focused on real estate development and investments, he devoted a substantial portion of his time to the representation of Camden.

Josh is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law and a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Houston Bar Association. He has been listed in H Texas Magazine as a Houston Top Lawyer and named as a Rising Star by Texas Monthly.


Travis Oden is Senior Vice President of Operations for Camden Property Trust. Oden is responsible for the oversight and strategy of Camden's portfolio operations. In addition to property operations, Oden oversees the revenue management and business intelligence group.

During his tenure with Camden, Oden has held several positions including Vice President of Fund & Asset Management, where he managed Camden’s reposition, redevelopment, and repurpose projects along with Camden’s joint venture investment funds. Oden led the implementation of various technology initiatives such as Camden’s mobile maintenance application and a portfolio-wide access control solution.

Prior to joining Camden, he worked at Ernst & Young as a Staff Auditor.

He received his Bachelor of Business Administration and Masters of Professional Accounting from The University of Texas at Austin and his Masters of Real Estate from Texas A&M University.

He is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas.


As Senior Vice President of Human Resources and a Camden veteran with over twenty years of service, Cindy’s role is help Camden connect, develop and care for its team members — and to ensure Working Excellence – a great place to work for all. Cindy’s teams oversee a broad range of functions including talent acquisition and learning, employee relations, benefits, compensation, and inclusion and diversity. She also serves on Camden’s Executive Committee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

To strengthen and safeguard the integrity of Camden’s unique work environment, Cindy assesses decisions through the lens of both business analytics and cultural impact and with her teams, provides data-driven, outcome-focused support and enablement processes that deliver real-time visibility into Camden’s people and their performance.

During Cindy’s tenure, Camden has been recognized as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For® by FORTUNE magazine for 13 consecutive years, most recently ranking #18. Camden also received a Glassdoor Employees' Choice Award in 2020, ranking #25 for large U.S. companies.

Before joining Camden, Cindy served as Vice President of Human Resources at Dubuis Health System. She is a graduate of Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Cindy has been a featured speaker or panelist for multiple industry organizations and conferences including the National Multifamily Housing Council, and Nareit. She is also a founding member of Nareit’s Social Responsibility Council.


Kristy Simonette is Senior Vice President of Strategic Services and Chief Information Officer (CIO). Kristy is responsible for information technology, marketing, innovation, and Camden's Contact Center Operations. Kristy actively participates and volunteers for commercial real estate and technology organizations. Kristy is the 2021 Past President for CREW Houston, currently Vice-Chair Houston CIO Advisory Board, a member of the NMHC Innovation Committee, and a member of Women in VC in Houston – HXV.

Before joining Camden, Kristy was Director of Sales and Customer Service for, an e-Commerce company that offers luxury goods and corporate gifts. Prior to, Kristy spent three years implementing, training and managing support for SAP at Browning Ferris Industries (BFI) and nine years at a multifamily management company, where she worked on-site and in the corporate offices as an internal auditor, technical trainer and help desk manager.

Kristy holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Schreiner University.


Fraker is responsible for facilitating and/or assisting Senior Management in the placement of equity and debt capital, maintaining relationships with Camden’s creditors, ensuring compliance with debt covenants, corporate forecasting, earnings guidance, budgeting, modeling, and strategic analysis.

While serving in a variety of roles during his tenure at Camden since 2000, he has been involved in over $10 billion of joint venture transactions, secured financings, unsecured senior bonds, common equity offerings, property dispositions, and the $1.9 billion Summit merger. Prior to joining Camden, he worked at Comerica Bank of Texas in the Real Estate Lending department.

He received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin and his MBA from the University of Houston Bauer College of Business.

He is a licensed real estate salesperson in the state of Texas and a member of the Associate Council of the Real Estate Finance and Investment Center at the University of Texas in Austin.