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CA Health & Science Trust Appoints 20-Year Veteran as CFO 

Chicago-based private REIT CA Health & Science Trust, Inc. (CAHST) has appointed Jason Colton as CFO. Colton will be responsible for overseeing CAHST’s financial and accounting operations, including CAHST’s capital markets activity and communication of financial results.  

“With more than two decades of experience in commercial real estate and finance, including overseeing capital markets activities for both public REITs and private real estate operating companies, Jason brings robust business acumen and financial expertise to CAHST, which complements our growing team tremendously,” said Russell Brenner, president of CAHST.   

Prior to joining CAHST, Colton served as SVP of capital markets and investor relations for Kite Realty Group Trust. He has also served as VP of development finance and treasurer at Great Wolf Resorts and has held leadership roles at Silverpath Capital Management, General Growth Properties (now part of Brookfield Asset Management) and Site Centers (formerly Developers Diversified Realty Trust). 


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