Craig Hall is a businessman, author and philanthropist. He formed HALL Group in 1968 at age 18 with $4,000 saved from small ventures begun at age 10. Today, the company’s diversified business interests include real estate ownership, development and management; structured finance lending for real estate and other areas; and vineyards and wineries.
A lifelong art collector, Craig Hall believes art nourishes the human spirit and can make a profound difference in people’s lives. Throughout his businesses, Hall displays portions of his extensive personal contemporary art collection for the public’s enjoyment. At Hall Office Park in Frisco, Texas, more than 165 sculptures and other works of art can be found throughout the grounds and within building lobbies. At the new KPMG Plaza at HALL Arts in downtown Dallas, art is prominent, with Texas artists featured in the Texas Sculpture Walk and other national and international artists throughout the development including Dallas Rag by internationally-acclaimed artist Richard Long
He has received numerous prestigious awards including being named a member of the Horatio Algers Association for Distinguished Americans, being inducted into the North Texas Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame, receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Mortgage Bankers Association and being inducted into the Ring of Honor by the Entrepreneurial Foundation of North Texas.
Sonny Moyers is a Managing Partner of the O’Dea Moyers Group at Ebby Halliday Realtors and a consummate real estate professional and has been recognized D Magazine as a Top Realtor Each Year since 2006. Sonny has been a Texas Real Estate Broker and/or Agent for 43 years, and is a true leader in our fast-growing community. Because of his passion for a well-balanced community and giving back, he helped create, organize and lead the Frisco Association for the Arts as its President. Frisco Arts is an umbrella organization for our city and has grown into an organization that significantly impacts the arts in Frisco. Sonny has the ability to bring groups of people together for a common cause and empower and lead them to goals that truly make an impact. Sonny planted the seeds that Frisco needed to grow into the successful city it is today.
Mr. Miller was born in Nebraska and attended the University of Nebraska majoring in chemistry. He later completed graduate studies in economics at the University of Delaware. He has held national and international executive roles for Fortune 500 companies including stints at General Motors, GE and FMC Corp. In 1982 he founded his first business in the wireless communications industry. That company became the first of three startups he led, all of which became nine or ten figure enterprises and front runners in applied technology.
He has served as a consultant to Pentagon senior officials and flag officers. He also served as the first CEO of what became one of the largest landscape companies in the country. He served a $45 billion dollar industry as chairman of it its Washington government affairs committee
Most recently, he was appointed Chief Executive of the North Texas Enterprise Center, Inc., an institution which fosters the development and commercialization of emerging technology companies. In eighteen months he turned around one of the largest business incubators in the country transforming it into a vibrant and financially sound home to 22 emerging companies.
Mr. Miller and his wife, Terri, live in Frisco, Texas.
Cynthia Hurley is a local attorney who graduated from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, California. Cynthia is Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
As a long-term resident of Frisco, Cynthia is committed to serving the community. She is an active member of the Collin County Bar Association, Frisco Rotary Club, and serves as a director on the Frisco Education Foundation. She is a graduate of Leadership Frisco, and she served as a board member the Frisco Community Development Corporation for six years. She was a member of the Frisco Arts Board of Directors for five years and served as a past President of Frisco Arts.
Chris is the owner of Style Publishing Group and publisher of Frisco STYLE Magazine. He currently serves as president and chairman on the executive boards of the Frisco Downtown Merchants Association and the Frisco Chamber of Commerce respectively. He is also the Executive Director of LifeTalk Resource Center, a local, non-profit organization assisting women and men facing an unplanned pregnancy. Past areas of service include being a founding Board Member of Legacy Christian Academy and a board member of the Rotary Club of Frisco, the Frisco Association for the Arts and the Frisco Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Prior professional positions include chief operating officer of Wiredinn.com, an Internet technology/hospitality company; sr. vice president of product marketing & development for TIV Operations Group, an international hospitality-consulting firm; and, director of retail finance for Bank of America. Before this, he had a ten-year tenure with a Sprint, holding several positions within its business and consumer marketing organizations. He earned a bachelor's degree from Bob Jones University and completed course work toward a master's in marketing from Webster University.
He and his wife, Becky, have four children.