68 Ventures under new leadership

Drew Dolan named CEO and Adam Campbell named president

Drew Dolan is the new chief executive officer of 68 Ventures.

68 Ventures has named Drew Dolan chief executive officer and Adam Campbell as president. Daphne-based 68 Ventures is the parent company for several businesses focused on development, investment and construction operating along the Gulf Coast.

“As 68 Ventures embarks on this thrilling new chapter, I couldn’t be more confident about our prospects having Drew and Adam leading the charge,” said Nathan Cox, founder and former CEO. Cox is moving into the role of chairman.

Dolan previously served as president of Truland Homes, a leading Gulf Coast home builder. In his CEO role, he will oversee 68 Venture’s real estate and development efforts, as well as the overall strategic direction of the company. He previously worked for 68 Ventures as chief of staff, before leading Truland Homes.

“As we look forward, I am excited to return to 68 Ventures and lead the organization alongside Nathan and Adam. We have a top-notch team and are well positioned to focus our resources to significantly expand our development operation,” said Dolan.

Dolan is a University of Alabama graduate, where he earned his bachelor’s, master’s and law degrees.

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Adam Campbell.

As president of 68 Ventures, Campbell will lead operations including all companies within the 68 Venture portfolio. Prior to joining 68 Ventures, Campbell spent his corporate career as an executive in both the public and private sectors focused on formulating long-term growth strategies. His experience includes overseeing national sales teams, company marketing, national client retention strategy and managing public affairs and communication efforts.

“I am honored and humbled that Nathan has provided me the opportunity to be a part of leading 68 Ventures alongside Drew,” Campbell said.

Campbell is a graduate of Monmouth University and completed the Marine Corps Officer Candidate School, where he earned his commission. He left the Marine Corps in 2015, after 11 years of service.

Will Lowery.

In addition to the leadership changes, 68 Ventures has announced that TerraCore Development Services, one of 68 Ventures’ operating companies, will be dissolved and the team at TerraCore will be transitioned back under 68 Ventures. Will Lowery, who had led TerraCore, will continue to lead as managing director of single-family residential development for 68 Ventures.

“Will has done a tremendous job building out and leading our single-family lot development operation over the last decade to provide lots to D.R. Horton and Truland Homes,” said Cox. “It is with great enthusiasm we welcome Will and his team at TerraCore’s return to 68 Ventures. There is no other component of our organization more vital to us achieving all the goals we have set forth than augmenting Will and his group as they expand geographically in route to developing 5,000 lots a year for D.R. Horton.”

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