Thomas O. Hicks, Jr. serves as co-chief executive officer of Hicks Cedar Park LLC.
In addition to his involvement with Hicks Cedar Park, he is vice president of Hicks Holdings LLC, an investment firm based in Dallas. Mr. Hicks joined the firm at its inception in 2005. Prior to his involvement with Hicks Holdings, Mr. Hicks was an analyst at Greenhill & Co. LLC, where he was involved in numerous private equity, mergers and acquisition advisory and financial restructuring transactions.
He is an independent director of Resolute Energy Corporation (NYSE: REN), an oil and gas exploration and development company, and director of Directional Rentals Holdings, a supplier of directional drilling tools throughout the United States.
Mr. Hicks served as chairman of the Campaign for Children in Crisis for Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization of North Texas, successfully raising over $30M for the organization. He currently serves on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star Chapter, and is a member of the Texas leadership of AEI's Enterprise Club. Mr. Hicks received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin.
He and his wife, Alexandra, live in Dallas.
Mack H. Hicks has served as a vice president of Hicks Holdings LLC since January 2007. In addition to his involvement with Hicks Holdings, he currently is Co-CEO of Hicks Cedar Park LLC, which owns and operates Cedar Park Center, and is home to the Texas Stars AHL hockey franchise. He also serves as a Governor for Texas Stars (AHL). Mr. Hicks is also CEO of CJH Interactive Sports, an internet marketing company focused on online sports instruction.
Prior to his involvement with Hicks Holdings, Hicks served as a research analyst at Halcyon Asset Management LLC from January 2006 to December 2006. Halcyon is a multi-strategy investment firm, where he was involved in investments in fixed income securities and in public and private equity transactions.
From June 2004 to January 2006, he served as an analyst in the Financial Sponsors Group of Credit Suisse, an investment banking firm. As an analyst at Credit Suisse, Hicks was involved with several leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations and acquisitions.
Hicks received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 2003. He currently serves on the boards of Sight Sciences LLC, a company focused on the treatment of Glaucoma, Wahanda, a U.K. based health, beauty and wellness company, and Dallas Providence Homes, a transformational housing ministry serving the victims of domestic violence and abuse. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas.
Alex Hicks currently serves as Executive Vice President of Hicks Cedar Park LLC. He recently cofounded a sports management company, Elevate Sports Management, representing athletes with a focus on MLB and NFL players. Previously, Hicks worked for the Texas Rangers Baseball Club from 2004 through 2011, working in Baseball Operations and Player Development.
Hicks attended the University of Texas-Arlington and graduated in 2008 with a degree in Sports Management. He received his Masters of Business Administration from SMU’s Cox School of Business in May 2013. He and his wife, Portia, and their sons John and Jet reside in Dallas.