Jason L. Signor

TBHF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PAST CHAIRMAN (2017)
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
AWARDS COMMITTEE

BIG SKY FUNDS
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
& MANAGING PARTNER

DALLAS

Jason has spent his career exclusively in the healthcare real estate industry and is a well-established thought leader in the medical office and senior living sectors.  Jason began his career as a civil engineer designing hospitals in Nashville, Tennessee. After graduate school, he ventured into medical office development and found his niche organizing physicians into real estate partnerships. Since then, Jason has developed or acquired over five million square feet of healthcare real estate in 17 states valued in excess of $2 billion. He prides himself on his hands-on approach and his deep understanding of the underlying drivers of value.

In 2016, Jason was named the national Healthcare Real Estate Executive of the Year by Healthcare Real Estate Insights and was awarded Most Admired CEO for North Texas from the Dallas Business Journal in 2019.  Jason serves on several boards including the Folsom Institute at SMU, Texas A&M Mays Business School Real Estate Advisory Board, and The Real Estate Council (TREC). He is a member of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) and Ernst and Young named him as a finalist in the EY 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

He currently serves alongside his wife as co-chair of Highland Park Education Foundation’s annual fundraising campaign (Mad for Plaid).  He is the past Chairman for the Texas Business Hall of Fame and is a past President of the Dad’s Club for University Park Elementary School. He is passionate about providing education and housing for the less fortunate and dedicates his spare time helping organizations fulfill their missions.  He graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University, where he served as president of his class, graduated with honors, and was the recipient of the Cox School of Business Outstanding Young Alumni Award.   Raised in the Texas Hill Country, he enjoys ranching, fly fishing and spending time with his wife and two children.