Todd M. Faber
TODD FABER focuses his entrepreneurial activities on commercial real estate consulting, as well as business development for Fortune 1000 companies and smaller technology startups. He has a proven track record of successfully completing transactions on behalf of his clients. This success stems in part from the fact that Todd recognizes the need for his clients to be able to concentrate on their core business practice. Most importantly, Todd understands that the most crucial aspect of his role is to provide timely and efficient advice to ensure that his clients never lose focus on running their business.
Prior to founding The Faber Group, Todd spent three years as commercial real estate broker with The Codman Company where he represented numerous companies in telecommunications, banking, high tech, pharmaceutical and medical devices, venture/LBOs, legal and non-profit. At Codman, Todd continued to hone both the entrepreneurial spirit he developed while in law school and the value and importance of strong business relationships.
After successfully litigating over 200 cases of reported child abuse as an assistant district legal counsel for the State of Florida in Miami, Todd was involved with his first significantly complex entrepreneurial experience running a “startup” for Miami-Dade County. He was hired to take a fledgling interagency truancy program and expanded it from 16 elementary schools to over 200 in less than 16 months. In this role, Todd worked with multiple agencies on numerous fronts and developed an intense appreciation for the intricate problem solving skills required to ensure the success of the program.
Todd is a licensed commercial real estate broker in Massachusetts and he is admitted to practice law in both Massachusetts and Florida. Todd received his juris doctorate from of The University of Miami School of Law and his undergraduate degree in psychology from Skidmore College.
Todd has spent much of his time during the last eight years working on fundraising activities with a number of local charities. Most recently, as Co-Chairperson of the first Annual Drive Fore Success Golf tournament benefiting YearUp, Todd raised over $300,000. Prior to his involvement with YearUp, Todd raised over $600,000 as a six time chairperson for the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children’s Annual Drive Fore Kids golf tournament.
When not engaged in his numerous entrepreneurial and fundraising activities, Todd spends the remainder of his time at home in Sudbury with his wife and two young daughters.
David R. Beauregard
DAVID BEAUREGARD, is an experienced executive, an innovative and hands-on leader, skilled communicator and team builder. He has demonstrated abilities to manage growth, control and drive sustainable performance improvements, develop markets and create enterprise value.
As the CEO & President of ConsiCare, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ProAssurance (NYSE:PRA); David was responsible for a “top line” growth strategy including acquisitions, brand development and the expansion of core markets.
As the Founder and General Partner of The Piedmont Group (TPG), a Hospital Finance and Operations consultancy, David, worked with premiere academic medical centers in the areas of strategic positioning, revenue growth and joint venture development. Further, David worked as an independent advisor to emerging and growth companies and assumed leadership roles in several high-profile restructurings and corporate dissolutions. (TPG) also served as a “sell-side” financial advisory for a number of rural hospital transactions.
As a Senior Manager with Ernst & Young, David was responsible for a national practice comprised of teaching hospitals, Children’s Hospitals and large private health delivery systems. David’s teams developed solutions for issues ranging from financial management and strategic positioning to capital markets access, operations management and national Healthcare policy assessment.
Served as the CFO to a $100M real estate sales firm, David was appointed to the Management Board, directed strategic and operations planning and launched an acquisitions initiative.
As a mid-level corporate finance executive at Charter Medical Corporation (CM: OTC), David was a member of the Operations Management Committee. Assignments included, M&A, new business development and P&L responsibility for Hospital operations located on Puerto Rico and the continental U.S. David was also the CFO for Charter-Stuart Circle Hospital, Richmond Virginia.
David has a Masters of Accounting from Virginia Commonwealth University and an undergraduate degree in Accounting with minors in Economics and Sociology from Marshall University. He is a CPA and a Licensed Investment Advisor (inactive). He has held leadership positions in a number of volunteer not-for-profit organizations including the Lewis School of Business (Marshall University).
Marc Anthony Douthit
MARC ANTHONY DOUTHIT, began his legal career focusing his law practice small business development and corporate law. His law practice gradually evolved into business consulting and commercial transactions. All of these areas of practice were part of a larger emphasis of assisting business owners identify and capitalize on business opportunities. Over the years he has served as “Outside General Counsel” to many businesses, including TransEd, Inc and Miami Ventures, Ltd, venture capital fund. In addition to his role with the Faber Group, he is the Managing Member of Douthit Law, LLC and is currently serving as Vice President and General Counsel of DLW Enterprises, Inc. a full service real estate development firm.
His representative clients have included, Miami-Dade County Housing Authority, BET Event Productions, Inc., MedAssets, Inc., ADF, International, Inc., The Source Magazine, One United Bank and Military Funding USA, Inc. In 2002, he was recognized by the Dade County Bar Association with its Pro Bono Award for his commitment to providing free legal services to the poor. In 2001, South Florida Legal Guide recognized him as one of South Florida’s Top Lawyers in the area of Commercial Law.
Marc received his undergraduate degree from Emerson College in Boston Massachusetts in 1986 and his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami in 1991. After graduation from the University of Miami, he joined the firm of Rice & Reiser as an associate doing bankruptcy litigation. He left in 1992 to form the firm of Milligan Douthit & Lang which eventually led to the formation of the firm of Douthit, Murray & Pierre, P.A. where he was the Managing Partner.
Marc has published several articles, including most recently in the American Bar Association Journal entitled “Humbling Experiences–The trials of Small Claims”, as well as an article titled “Criminal Defense in Juvenile Court” by the National Bar Institute. He is a Past President of the Black Lawyers Association of Miami-Dade County and has served as Vice Chair of the Board of Advisors of the Farquahar School of Arts and Sciences at Nova Southeastern University. He has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Deaf Services Bureau (DSB) of Dade County and is currently on the Board of Directors of the Legal Services of Miami. From 1989 to 1994 he served as Vice President of the Emerson College Alumni Association
Marc has testified before a Congressional Field Committee on Police Accountability in the African American Communities in Miami-Dade County. He is a frequent lecturer on political and social affairs, having formerly been utilized as a Political Commentator by WILD Radio in Boston, during Presidential Campaigns. Recently he presented a workshop on behalf of the Global Diversity Group on Developing a Small Business Infrastructure. In 2004 he presented a workshop for the National Bar Association at its National Convention on building and maintaining a law practice.
In addition to his busy professional schedule, Marc is a member of 100 Black Men of America and the American Bar Association. He currently resides in Miami with his wife Karen.