James M. Hull
Jim Hull is the founder and managing principal of Hull Property Group. He has led the acquisition, development and redevelopment in excess of 70 big-box retail, neighborhood and regional shopping centers, including the acquisition of 32 enclosed regional malls, many of which comprise the Company's approximate 15 million plus square feet of owned retail portfolio located in 13 states.
Jim is a lifelong resident of Augusta, Georgia and is an active communicant of the Church of the Good Shepherd. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. He is also on the boards of the Medical College of Georgia Foundation, Board of Visitors of Augusta University, AU Health System, State of Georgia's REACH Scholarship Program, the Georgia Research Alliance, the Community Foundation of the CSRA, America's Warrior Partnership and is the past Chair of the University System of Georgia Foundation.
Jim endowed the Hull Scholars programs at the Hull College of Business at Augusta University, Paine College and Vanderbilt University. He is a long-standing member of the United Way's Alexis de Tocqueville Society and has been honored with the United Way's Founders Award. Jim received the President's Award from Augusta University, the Liberty Bell Award from the Augusta Bar Association and the Philanthropist of the Year Award from the Society of Fundraising Professionals. He is a Rotary Club Paul Harris Fellow, past president of the Augusta Assembly, and has been inducted in Junior Achievement's Business Hall of Fame and Beta Gamma Sigma's Honor Society. Jim is a recipient of an honorary doctor of humane letters degree from Augusta University.