Charlie Herder

, GOOSE Capital
Principal shareholder and Co-Chairman of Colliers International

Mr. Charles Herder is a principal shareholder and Co-Chairman of Colliers International in Houston, sitting on the Board of Directors and serving on the Governance Committee.  He also serves on the Colliers International Board of Advisors, providing governance and leadership to Colliers nationwide.

Throughout his career, Charles has assisted a broad range of clients with their real estate needs.  He combines an engineering background and strong skills in financial analysis with over 35 years of experience to help his clients achieve their real estate goals.  He has completed major assignments in the fields of office leasing, industrial sales/leases, and investment sales.  As his practice has matured, he has taken select consulting assignments and advisory roles in helping his clients plan for the future.  Most recently, he has been involved in major investment sales involving complex structures and subtle negotiations, adding substantial value for his clients.

Mr. Herder holds an MBA degree in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin (graduating first in the MBA class) and a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University with Honors.

Mr. Herder has held multiple board positions including but not limited to: Former Chairman of the Board of the George Foundation; Former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Memorial Hermann Foundation; Board of Directors of Kinkaid Investments Foundation; Member, Texas Children's Hospital West Campus Advisory Council; Past Board of Trustees, Faith in Practice; Board of Advisors, Houston Wilderness; Member, Governing Council, Shepherd School of Music; National Chairman of MIT Parents Fund (2008); Past Advisor of the Texas A&M Development Foundation and the United Methodist Foundation; Past President, Houston Marketing Network division of the Greater Houston Partnership; Greater Houston Community Foundation

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