Jack Swain – CBRE’s Milwaukee Valuation and Advisory Services Associate
Jack Swain is an associate in CBRE’s Valuation and Advisory Services group, where he assists with valuation and consulting assignments across a range of asset classes.
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Early Life and Education
Jack Swain joined CBRE Milwaukee Valuation and Advisory Services group as a valuation associate in 2016. Since then, he has assisted with valuations and consulting assignments pertaining to office, retail, and vacant land assets.
Jack graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and went on to earn a Masters of Business Administration from Indiana State University. Additionally, Jack has extensive real estate industry experience from his work at Hulman & Company as well as Ford dealerships in Terre Haute.
Marie lives in Santa Rosa with her husband and daughter, where she’s an avid San Francisco Giants, 49er, Warrior fan and enjoys wine tasting, cooking and outdoor activities. Since November 2016 Marie has been part of The Swain Center team. She particularly enjoys working with both children and the elderly!
Jack has worked hard and consistently to expand his construction business over time, taking on numerous commercial projects as well as dairy farms and home renovations locally.
Recently, Swain-style color painting became associated with Clement Greenberg-associated “color-field” artists and widely discredited as emotionally empty, superficial decoration and structural weakness. Although this may take some time to change back into positive association, good art will always prevail in its place.
Swain has produced multiple graded stakes winners as a breeder, including champion Older Female Horse of the Year Marley’s Freedom and multiple graded winner Son of the Desert. Additionally, he has sired top sires such as Miss Ella and Blingismything.
Achievement and Honors
Jack was an active member and former secretary of both York Fire Department and American Legion Post #255 as well as various committees and boards in his community. Additionally, he deeply cared for his family and friends – his widow Sharon of Poway; daughter Stayce Zamora from Eagle; son Darren Swain from Oceanside; grandchildren Sasha Jarman (Cole), Sierra Green (Kyle), Taylor Swain, Sophie Bradford and Piper Burrup (Logan) among many nieces and nephews surviving him.
He was a U.S. Navy Veteran of Vietnam War service, son of John C. Ellis and Nedra Butler Ellis Sr, as well as being part of Groveland Ambuscade Monument and Park and Builders Exchange.
Swain finds pleasure in reading, writing, traveling and being an advocate of psychedelic therapy and mindfulness practices. He currently serves as head of clinical operations at Mindbloom, an integrated mental health and wellness provider focused on psychedelic therapy.
He was an active member of both the National Thoroughbred Racing Association and American Horse Council, in addition to participating in numerous charities like Terre Haute Humane Society. Jaclyn and Jalen Swain will mourn his passing alongside various brothers and sisters-in-law.
Swain began purchasing fillies and broodmare prospects seriously in the early 2000s. His most notable purchase was Chief’s Crown mare Charlotte Augusta who was pregnant by Tiznow and later sold as a weanling for $100K; her yearling was later resold for $400K before going on to produce Brother Pat, winner of Camarero Racetrack’s grade 1 Copa Barbosa race.
Jack Swain currently works as the Head of Clinical Operations for Mindbloom, a mental health and wellbeing company specializing in psychedelic therapy, with an estimated net worth of $180 Million. During his free time he enjoys horseback riding – his filly Harmonize won several graded stakes races at Saratoga and Keeneland and now belongs to him!
Jack is also involved with community and service needs as a member of American Legion Post 424 in Dallas, Texas. Here he provides meals to veterans as well as sponsors local organizations. Wreaths Across America allows him to honor fallen veterans. In his personal life he has four children of his own as well as five grandkids.