Brian Bair


Brian Bair has served as Offerpad’s Chief Executive Officer and a member of its board of directors since he founded Offerpad in July 2015 with a mission to provide the best way to buy and sell a home. In September 2021, he also assumed the role of Chairman of the board. Brian has had a strong influence in the real estate industry over the past 15 years, having pioneered several successful real estate service models that aim to give sellers and buyers more certainty and control. Prior to founding Offerpad, Brian served as the founder and president at Bair Group Real Estate from April 2008 to June 2015. Additionally, Brian co-founded Lexington Financial in March 2011, and served as its managing member from March 2011 to March 2012.

Brian also co-founded Bridgeport Financial Services in May 2008, a company that specialized in acquiring distressed homes, and served as its managing member from May 2008 to May 2011. Brian has also consulted for national companies on how to acquire, renovate and sell homes. Brian has also served as an advisory member for the Freddie Mac Housing of Tomorrow Council since January 2020.

Katie Curnutte


Katie Curnutte is a founding partner at Kingston Marketing Group, a start-up focused, global marketing and communications firm founded in September 2019. At KMG, she runs communications strategy for notable companies from Series A to exit, and beyond. Before KMG, Katie was senior vice president of communications and public affairs at Zillow. She spent 11 years at Zillow, initially joining to create Zillow's "data PR" program, which used data to create a communications program that helped attract Zillow's first 20 million unique users. She oversaw communications through pivotal moments like the company's IPO, multiple M&A transactions, and various crises.

Katie is a director of Supernova Partners Acquisition Company II. She started her career as a journalist and graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign with a B.S. in Journalism.

Ken DeGiorgio


Ken DeGiorgio was named president of First American Financial Corporation (NYSE: FAF) in 2021 and has oversight responsibility for the company's operating groups, including its title insurance, specialty insurance and data and analytics businesses. He served as executive vice president from 2010 to 2021, overseeing the company's international division, trust company and various corporate functions.

Prior to his current role with First American, Ken served in various positions with First American's prior parent company, which he joined in 1999, and from which he helped lead First American's separation in 2010.

Alex Klabin


Alex Klabin is an accomplished investor and entrepreneur. He is founder and CEO of Ancient and Chairman of Sotheby's Financial Services. Previously, Alex co-founded Senator Investment Group in 2008 and navigated the firm through complicated equity and credit market environments during his 12-year tenure as Managing Partner and Co-Chief Investment Officer. Alex built and scaled Senator to be a widely respected investment firm that managed up to approximately $10 billion in assets. Prior to founding Senator, Alex worked at York Capital Management and Quadrangle Group. He began his career in the M&A department at Goldman Sachs.

Alex is a member of the board of directors of Supernova Partners Acquisition Company, Enstructure, Faherty Brand and The Nantucket Project. Additionally, Alex serves as a Trustee of The New York Philharmonic, The Allen-Stevenson School and is a member of the Leadership Council of The Robin Hood Foundation. He received a BA in English Literature from Princeton University.

Ryan O’Hara


Ryan O'Hara has experience as the CEO of three companies: publicly traded Shutterfly, Move Inc. (, and The Topps Company.

He has served in senior management roles at Madison Square Garden and Gemstar TV Guide. Earlier in his career, he worked at Nestle, Fox, BSKYB and PWC.

Ryan was a member of the public board of directors of REA Group, which owns leading digital property portals in 12 Asian countries. He also served on the public board of Shutterfly, an e-commerce leader.

Ryan currently serves on the board of directors of Thryv Holdings, Inc. and the advisory council for the Stanford University Center on Longevity. Ryan earned a BA in Economics from Stanford University, an MBA from Harvard Business School and the Director Certificate from Harvard Business School.

Sheryl Palmer


Sheryl Palmer is the chairman and chief executive officer of Taylor Morrison Home Corporation (NYSE: TMHC), a leading national homebuilder and developer based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Since 2007, Sheryl has overseen a highly experienced leadership team in several key national homebuilding markets. With more than 30 years of cross-functional building experience, including leadership in land acquisition, sales and marketing, development and operations management, Ms. Palmer has led Taylor Morrison into the top ranks of America's largest public homebuilders, following the company's IPO in 2013.

Sheryl has spent most of her early career in the Arizona, California and Nevada real estate markets. Prior to Taylor Morrison, she served as Nevada Area President for Pulte and Del Webb after finishing 10 years at Blackhawk Corporations overseeing their Summerset active adult communities based in northern California.

Sheryl serves on the board of directors of Interface Inc., the National Board of Directors and Executive Committee of HomeAid America, and the Executive Committee of the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University.

Roberto Sella


Roberto Sella is the Founder and Managing Partner of LL Funds, an alternative asset manager and private equity fund. Roberto started his investment career with Miller, Anderson & Sherrerd, LLP in 1992, becoming a Portfolio Manager in 1996, the year the firm was acquired by Morgan Stanley. He was promoted to Managing Director, Head of the Mortgage Research Team, and went on to co-lead U.S. Fixed Income Investments for Morgan Stanley Investment Management.

Prior to working in investment management, Roberto worked at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System as an assistant economist and spent a year consulting for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

Roberto received his BA in Economics and Mathematics, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of Wisconsin. He went on to earn an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.