Doug has more than 38 years of experience in global financial and business management. He retired in 2017 as the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Crestone Capital LLC. Doug was a founding partner of Crestone in 2001 and continues to serve on the Advisory Board for Crestone.

Prior to joining Crestone, Doug was Vice President of Finance at Rental Service Corporation, an $800 million annual revenue NYSE-listed equipment rental and sales company. He led merger and acquisition valuation and accounting for over 35 transactions valued individually at up to $100 million and was also responsible for various investor relations activities, secondary stock offerings, and debt financing transactions.

Prior to his tenure at Rental Service Corporation, Doug was CFO for Center Rental and Sales, a $48 million annual revenue privately held construction equipment rental and sales company headquartered in Denver, and CFO at Guerdon Industries, a $120 million annual revenue privately held manufacturing company. He started his professional career at Ernst & Ernst (now Ernst & Young) in Denver in 1979.

Doug is a member of the American Institute of CPAs. He is also a member of the Advisory Council of the University of Colorado (Denver) School of Entrepreneurship and serves as Chairman of the Rutt Bridges Venture Fund, a student-member venture capital fund at the university. Doug is also a member of the Advisory Board for Banner Signs and Decals, a small Denver-based privately held company.

Doug received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Miami University. He held a FINRA Series 27 license as the Financial Operations Principal for Crestone.