H. Beecher Hicks, III

H. Beecher Hicks, III’s professional experiences have included work in both the private and public sectors where he has focused on building enterprises as a consultant, banker, investor and operating executive.

Henry is NMAAM’s president and CEO, with responsibility for directing the development, curatorial and educational work of the emerging cultural institution.

Henry is also a partner with Red Clay Capital Holdings, LLC, a private equity firm with offices in Nashville, TN and Atlanta, GA that is focused on making control investments in the southeastern United States. Previously he was an operating principal with Onyx Capital Ventures. In this role he was an executive in each of their portfolio companies, in the injection molding and contract manufacturing businesses, where was led efforts to achieve top-line growth of more than 25% and was the primary liaison with large corporate customers.

Previously, Mr. Hicks was a Principal with Katalyst, LLC a management consulting, investment banking and private equity firm focused on emerging technology companies located in Philadelphia, PA. He also worked formerly as Vice President of the Bank of America Catalyst Equity Fund in Charlotte, NC; a small business investment company (“SBIC”) focused on investing in disadvantaged businesses. With Bank of America, Mr. Hicks also served as a Vice President in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group of Banc of America Securities, as an Associate with Bank of America Capital Partners and was Assistant to the Chairman of Bank of America.



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