The team at Terra Carta Partners brings unique expertise in real estate, capital markets, alternative investing, sports and wellness.

Paul Wolfe

Managing Partner

Paul brings to Terra Carta Partners extensive experience in operations, alternative fund management, and strategic consulting across a number of industries.

Paul is the former Chairman of 60 Degrees Group, a provider of middle and back office services to alternative investment funds, family offices, and their underlying portfolio companies. Since 2016, Paul has also served as a Senior Advisor to Mission Measurement, a Chicago-based firm recognized globally for its leadership in the design, measurement and evaluation of the investments of corporations, foundations, and governments targeting a social impact.

Prior to 60 Degrees, Paul was a principal for over a decade at Ritchie Capital Management (RCM), a global multi-strategy alternative investment manager, where he co-managed its real estate, private equity, energy, and insurance teams.

Prior to RCM, he served at GE Capital, where he was selected by GE to serve as its board representative at several of its Latin American companies, including appointment as Integration Manager (Interim COO) of one of its largest investments in the region.

Paul began his business career at Bain & Company, where he worked as a Strategy Consultant at its Boston headquarters.

B.A., Williams College; MBA, University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Andrew Odenbach

Managing Director

Andy brings extensive experience in leadership, sales, and business development. He was responsible for multiple businesses and hundreds of employees at Tavistock Development Corporation, including Lake Nona Realty and Lake Nona Golf & Country Club. Andy also led the company’s business development efforts in sports and recreation for the larger 14,000-acre Lake Nona community.

Prior to joining Tavistock, he worked for the PGA of America in six cities over nine years as a Tournament Director for both the Ryder Cup Matches and the PGA Championship. He is a past president of Florida Citrus Sports. While serving as president of FCS, Andy was credited for bringing the NFL Pro Bowl to Orlando and negotiating a new seven-year media rights deal with ESPN for the two college football bowl games.

Finally, he is the past Executive Chair for the American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure. Under Andy’s leadership, the Lake Nona Tour de Cure became the second highest fundraising tour in the country for the ADA.

B.S., Colorado State University; M.B.A., Colorado State University

Virgil Christian

Managing Director

Virgil is the former Head of Market Development for the United States Tennis Association (USTA). During his tenure, Virgil was responsible for securing the commitment and steadfast support of the Tavistock Group, an Orlando-based Family Office, that resulted in the delivery of the USTA’s Home of American Tennis, a $100MM tennis campus based in Lake Nona, Florida. The USTA has just recently moved its headquarters from White Plains, New York to Lake Nona, Florida as well.

Virgil is credited with some of the most innovative changes to happen to collegiate tennis, including the NCAA format, bringing TV back to college tennis (Tennis Channel, ESPN and Fox Sports), creating the College MatchDay™ format, and he served as creative driver of Tennis Venue design at over 100 universities across the country.

He has worked with all Power 5 Conferences and senior leadership at the NCAAs. Virgil serves on the boards of Orlando Economic Partnership and the Greater Orlando Sports Commission and was named “Tennis Person of the Year” in 2013 by Racquet Industry magazine. He has been elected to multiple Athletic Hall of Fames.

B.A., Penn State University; M.A., Westminster Theological Seminary

Ryan Cicoski

General Counsel

Before joining Terra Carta Partners, Ryan represented clients in a variety of complex corporate and commercial matters at one of Delaware’s leading law firms: first at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice (now Womble Bond Dickinson) and subsequently at Potter Anderson & Carroon.

Ryan has significant experience in British law as well, both in the UK and in its Overseas Territories. He maintains several professional affiliations, serving on the Leadership Council of the American Inns of Court, an an Honorary Overseas Member of the Commercial Bar Association of England & Wales, and as an American Bar Foundation Fellow.

At Widener University’s Delaware Law School, Ryan was a member of both the Law Review and the Moot Court Honor Society. He also subsequently served as a judicial clerk to Delaware Supreme Court Justice Henry duPont Ridgely and Superior Court Justice Robert B. Young.

BA, University of Maryland; J.D., Widener University School of Law

Stacey McHugh

Director of Finance

Stacey brings over a decade of leadership experience in finance and accounting. She previously oversaw the Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) process at 60 Degrees Group, a middle and back office services firm serving funds and family offices.

Before 60 Degrees, Stacey specialized in trust accounting for family offices at CIBC Bank and Trust Company. She was responsible for the full financial reporting and budgeting process, including preparation of financial statements, supporting schedules, and related disclosures for a variety of clients.

Prior to CIBC, she served as an auditor for Deloitte in the Cayman Islands. She performed and managed audits in the Banking and Financial Services industries. Her audit career began at Deloitte in Chicago with a focus on Investment Management and Real Estate. Stacey is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

B.A., Indiana Wesleyan University