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The co-founder and the president of Highland Capital Management James Dondero and Linda Owen who is the former of head of The Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation has teamed up to offer philanthropic services to the community.
The team up is aimed at providing strategic directions and make sure they expand Highland Capital Management charitable activities that are meant to help per in Dallas.
According to James Dondero, Linda Owen will be the charitable firm manager as Highland management will be working in partnership with Dallas Foundation.
He added that Linda Owen got the professionalism and capacity required to ensure the philanthropic activities make an influence in the lives of people.
The two organization are tasked to make tangible differences in the community.
The beneficiaries of the Dallas Foundation are Perot museum of nature and science, the George w. Bush President library and museum.
The Highland capital organization channels more than $3 million to charitable activities in a year.
Dondero provides guidance and leadership roles to many organizations through the help of board members.
He is also among the most experienced credit managers around the globe, having been able to manage Highland capital management for a number of years.
Linda Owen began her carrier as a real estate associate at the law firm before climbing to greater heights of the president of Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation. In the year 2012, she oversaw the development of Klyode Warren Park in Dallas.
On the other hand, Highland Capital Management was founded in 1993 by Jim Dondero and Mark Okada and now have assets valued at $17 million.
Highland offers alternative investment in emerging markets both long and short equities and natural resources. Its headquarters are in Dallas Texas with offices in New York, Sao Paolo, Singapore and Seoul.