Pharos Capital Group, a Dallas and Nashville-based private equity firm, has named Tina Hahn as senior vice president of investor relations. Hahn will based in Los Angeles. Previously she was vice president of investor services at CityView.
Pharos Capital Group, LLC, a private equity firm based in Dallas and Nashville has hired Tina Hahn as Senior Vice President of Investor Relations, the firm announced today. Ms. Hahn will assist in the firm’s capital raising and investor services efforts. She is based in Los Angeles and will serve both Pharos’s Dallas and Nashville offices.
Prior to joining Pharos, Ms. Hahn, 42, was the Vice President of Investor Services at CityView. Previously, she co-founded KeyStrat Capital Advisors, where she advised Private Equity General Partnerships on their capital formation strategies. Ms. Hahn began her career at a boutique third-party marketing firm, where she was ultimately promoted to Principal as she helped General Partnerships with their capital formation strategies targeted to global institutional investors. She holds FINRA Series 7, 63 and 79 registrations. Ms. Hahn presently serves on the board of KHEIR-S. Mark Taper Foundation Community Clinic, the primary provider of critical in-language healthcare and human services support to the residents of Metro Los Angeles and its neighboring communities. She has also served on the board of AAAIM (Association of Asian American Investment Managers). She received a Bachelor of Science degree in International Affairs from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
“Tina is an important addition to the Pharos team,” said Kneeland Youngblood, co-founder and Managing Partner of Pharos Capital. “As the point person who can anticipate and respond quickly to the needs of our LPs, she will be invaluable as our firm continues to grow along with our partner base.”
About Pharos Capital Group
Based in Dallas and Nashville, Pharos (www.pharosfunds.com) primarily invests $10 to $30 million in companies seeking later stage equity funding for internal growth, acquisitions, management buyouts or recapitalizations across industry sectors, with particular focus on healthcare, business services and technology. Pharos typically invests in undercapitalized businesses in underserved regions across the nation.