Russell Dixon currently sits on varied boards including Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, and is a current Director of the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC), Washington DC. Dixon has been an active participant in philanthropy and public service over his 25 years in professional life including participation in National Kidney Foundation, leadership in Boy Scouts of America, Director, Mitt Romney Finance Committee for President, Challenged Athletes Foundation, and varied Youth Coaching Associations.
Russell Dixon is Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer of REDHILL Realty Investment Management and Chairman of RH Capital Partners and its related companies.
Dixon has held key positions in national and global companies within the private equity and institutional real estate arena. Dixon started his impressive finance career as a Goldman Sachs-Whitehall analyst. Most recently he served as Head of Insignia/ESG Capital Markets, a New York based (NYSE) global private equity firm. Previously to Insignia, Dixon was the Global Co-Head of CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Institutional Group, where he formulated and directed the platform executing approximately $20-30 billion annually in major property and portfolio transactions. He is one of the foremost leaders nationally in the multifamily business sector.
Mr. Dixon holds a Bachelor of Science in Journalism/Business from Brigham Young University with graduate studies in finance at Stanford University. Russell is an avid skier, golfer and lover of art. He is married to the former Heidi S. Smith of Park City, Utah.