Jim Stroud

Mr. Stroud has served as a founder, director and officer of Capital Senior Living Corporation (CSU:NYSE) and its predecessors since 1986. Capital is one of the nation’s largest operators of residential communities operating 112 senior living communities with an aggregate capacity of approximately 14,600 residents.

In 2009, Mr. Stroud returned to Stroud Companies, the real estate and investment Company he founded before Capital. Stroud Companies is a privately held real estate and investment company that has developed, acquired and sold senior housing and commercial real estate in excess of $1 Billion. Stroud Companies is currently developing assisted living and Alzheimer communities.

Mr. Stroud has served on the Owner’s and Operator’s Board of the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing and Care Industry, and served on the Board of the Assisted Living Federation of America. He founded the Texas Assisted Living Association, and served as President and Board Member of the National Association of Senior Living Industry Executives. He is an Inductee to the Stifel Nicolaus Senior Housing & Healthcare Real Estate Hall of Fame.

Mr. Stroud earned a B.B.A. with highest honors from Texas Tech University, a J.D. with honors from the University of Texas Law School, and a L.L.M. with honors from New York University Law School where he was editor of the Tax Law Review and a Wallace Scholar. He is also a licensed CPA.

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If the only time your kids see you worshipping God is at church on Sunday morning, then your kids are missing out on a rich experience that could bond your family on a soul-to-soul level. Don Whitney and Lauren Chandler talk about worshiping together with their families. View Show Notes →
All of us will have to deal with aging parents. Jim Stroud gives some wise tips for rightly assessing an aging parent's need for assisted living. View Show Notes →
Jim Stroud tells how he looked at elder care options for his father, and realized that available facilities wouldn't meet his father's level of need. Stroud set out to change that for his father and others. View Show Notes →