Mark G. Hoglund

Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer
Mark G. Hoglund

Mark Hoglund joined the Griffin Structures organization in 1986 as Chief Financial Officer. During his long tenure with the organization, he has also assumed the title and responsibilities of Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining Griffin Structures, Mr. Hoglund was an Economic and Financial Analyst for Lincoln Property Company, and a Certified Public Accountant with Arthur Andersen and Company. While with Lincoln Property Company, he was responsible for the analysis of prospective real estate acquisitions in a variety of product sectors. During his tenure at Arthur Andersen, Mr. Hoglund served in both the tax and audit areas of public accounting, where he became senior representative for a variety of client assignments. His industry focus was real estate, including development, construction, and syndication. Additionally, Mr Hoglund served as Program Director for Lockheed Martin IMS, where he was in charge of all Orange County, California operations and governmental affairs for the company.

Mr. Hoglund earned an M.B.A. degree with a triple major in Finance, Real Estate, and Public Policy from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and he received his B.S. degree from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia. He was awarded the George L. Bland Scholarship at the University of Virginia and received appointment as Public Policy Fellow by The Wharton School.

As Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Hoglund is responsible for driving the financial performance of Griffin Structures, as well as overseeing key functions such as treasury, risk management, legal and tax compliance. In addition to his financial expertise, Mr. Hoglund provides operational and administrative oversight as Chief Operating Officer, ensuring that Griffin Structures runs efficiently and fully complies with its legal, contractual and regulatory obligations.

As part of his broad real estate experience with Griffin Structures, Mr. Hoglund has structured many complex real estate deals and transactions, from arrangements with investment partners to nuanced “P3” structures, Mr. Hoglund has provided extensive expertise, gained through decades of experience in both the private and public sectors.

In addition to his private sector experience, Mr. Hoglund has served in a variety of senior management positions in the public sector. His public service positions included Chief of Staff at the United States Interstate Commerce
Commission (as a Presidential appointee), Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer to California Governor Pete Wilson when he campaigned for the Presidency, Chief Deputy Director of the California Department of General Services, Deputy Secretary for the California State and Consumer Services Agency (now the California Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency), Advisor to the California State Treasurer, and Chief of Staff to the Mayor of San Diego. Mr. Hoglund has served as an advisor to numerous local, state and federal campaigns for elective office.