Anthony Francis “Chip” Keating III, was appointed to the UHAT board in 2018 by the Oklahoma Senate.
He has been a principal with Rock Creek Capital, a real estate and oil and gas investment company, since March 2010. He is also a General Partner of Energy 11, L.P., a public, non-traded upstream oil and gas partnership. He currently serves on The Children’s Hospital Foundation board and is also a Director and Gubernatorial appointee of The Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System by Governor Mary Fallin.
He recently served on the boards of Apple REIT Ten Inc. and the Salvation Army of Oklahoma City. Prior to founding Rock Creek Capital, Mr. Keating served as the Real Estate Development Manager for Chesapeake Energy Corporation in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from March 2007 to March 2010. While at Chesapeake, Mr. Keating closed and transacted over $850 million in real estate transactions ranging from corporate headquarters, sale leasebacks, field offices, investment properties and raw land in urban natural gas plays for drill sites.
Prior to joining Chesapeake, Mr. Keating worked as a commercial real estate broker with Trammell Crow Company from August 2004 to March 2007. While at Trammell Crow Company, he specialized in tenant representation and investment sales. Before joining Trammell Crow Company, he spent just over three years as an Oklahoma State Trooper from May 2001 to August 2004.
Mr. Keating received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University. Mr. Keating has been married to his wife Brittney for thirteen years and has two daughters and a son, Callie, Mary Katherine and Frankie.