Ross Stackhouse is Vice President at Tidewater Capital. His primary responsibilities include managing the firm's investments platform and acting as the lead project manager for several of  the company's operating assets and development projects.  Mr. Stackhouse also directs the firm's portfolio and investment strategy as well as many of its philanthropic and community engagement activities.

Before joining Tidewater, Mr. Stackhouse worked for The JBG Companies in Washington, D.C., where he led a variety of residential, office, hotel, and retail investments including the management of new acquisitions and support of numerous development and asset management projects. Mr. Stackhouse also oversaw the firm's market research platform during his time at JBG.

Mr. Stackhouse sits on the Board of Directors of the Tenderloin Community Benefits District and is an active member of the Urban Land Institute, SPUR, and the United States Green Building Council. He is a LEED Accredited Professional with a specialty in Building Design and Construction.

A native of lower Manhattan in New York City, Mr. Stackhouse holds a Bachelor of the Arts with Honors in Environmental Studies from Brown University. He is passionate about sustainable development, and the creation of vibrant urban environments.