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Raymond Brimble
Founder and President, Lynxs Holdings, LP

Ray Brimble Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Lynxs Holdings LP (www.lynxs.com), an Austin, Texas based developer of airport logistics and aircraft maintenance related properties. Lynxs has developed and managed properties at airports on several continents, including: Anchorage, Austin, Bogota (Colombia), Chicago, Corpus Christi, Fort Lauderdale, Harlingen (TX), Grand Junction (CO), Greater Los Angeles, Panama City (FL) Sacramento, San Antonio, Stockholm (Sweden), Tulsa and Vienna (Austria).  Additionally, Lynxs has founded several other related businesses, including AirLogistix USA, a airport perishables handling company recently sold to Dnata Cargo. Lynxs was a founding partner of a joint venture with General Electric Commercial Aviation Services (GECAS), the world’s largest lessor of commercial aircraft, to develop and lease aviation facilities around the world.

Mr. Brimble’s business portfolio combines entrepreneurial, managerial, and academic accomplishments spanning a 35-year career, which began when he founded his first company at the age of 22. Through the years, Mr. Brimble has become known for his specialty in bringing together numerous elements such as people, ideas, capital, research, and expertise into one focused effort toward a common goal. His leadership talent has earned him a place as an international leader in Texas business circles with global impact..  Mr. Brimble has been active in the aviation and logistics sector for over 25 years and has developed, acquired, and/or advised on commercial transactions exceeding $2 billion.

Mr. Brimble holds a B.A. in International Studies, Ampla Cum Laude, from the University of Texas at Austin and an M.A. in International Affairs from George Washington University, which he attended as a Scottish Rite Fellow.  In addition, Mr. Brimble served as an International Business faculty member at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin from 1990 to 1993. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board of the Center for Global Business at the McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin.