Businesswire.com did an interview with James Dondero. James Dondero is the CSA, CPA, president, and the Chairman Of The Board for Next Point Hospitality Trust. Dondero graduated Beta Gamma Sigma from the University of Virginia. He was able to obtain his Bachelors of Science in commerce, and he focused on finance and accounting. Dondero has also worked at many different high-level positions in different organizations across the United States. Dondero was the Director of Cricket Communications, the Director of Terrace Star Corporation, the director of Safety-Kleen, and he was also Chief Investment Officer of Protective Life GIC. The previous was just a small list of the many different companies that James Dondero had spearheaded.
In his article with Businesswire, Dondero spoke about his charitable organization funding. Dondero is the cofounder and president of Highland Capital Management. Dondero is a super entrepreneur, but apart from that, he is a very generous philanthropist. Dondero decided to put Linda Owens in charge of his philanthropy activities; Owens will be the person that is in charge of the charitable giving for his company as well. Dondero mentioned that he recognizes that it is very important to have a dedicated professional in charge of making sure that the contributions from the company have the biggest impact on humanity and also on the local community.’
Highland Capital Management is a company that contributes more than $3 million every year to different charitable organizations. Their main focuses are on organizations that help furthering education, Healthcare Services, and organizations that support veterans in the Dallas community. Highland is a company that is truly committed to philanthropy. Their employees volunteer their time as active board members and they work together to create solutions to help out different nonprofit organizations, and they support their causes. Owen is a woman who began working in real estate, and she has been involved in a number of non profit organizations in the Dallas area for many years.