Key Personnel

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    Ian Aguilar | Director and Chief Technology Officer

    Dr. Aguilar is accountable for leading and executing IT vision, strategy and capabilities across the organization, including data analytics and business intelligence, digital innovation, development, business applications and integration, infrastructure operations, cybersecurity and IT risk, and technical services and support. He provides oversight and overall direction to the technology function and business leaders on strategy, standards, and opportunities for technology services, innovation and economies of scale.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Dr. Aguilar served as Vice President - IT Service Delivery for Old Mutual Asset Management. His responsibilities included leading the technology function for multiple boutique investment management firms and facilitating the deployment of the shared services from the center.

    Dr. Aguilar holds a doctorate in business from George Fox University. His thesis focused on the stock impact of cybersecurity breaches in financial services relative to a sector composite benchmark. He received his M.B.A. and Masters in Management Information Systems from Boston University, and his B.A. in Economics, Mathematics, and Philosophy from Augustana College.

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    Rob Chlebnikow | Senior Portfolio Manager

    Mr. Chlebnikow is a Senior Portfolio Manager for Campbell Global. His responsibilities include portfolio management, client communications, budgeting and forecasting, investor relations, and preparing portfolio-level analysis and reporting.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. Chlebnikow held various management positions with Temple-Inland in Diboll, TX. His duties included negotiating and administering fiber purchase agreements, marketing timber products, and developing and managing tactical and strategic fiber budgets. He possesses broad and diverse experiences and education in both finance and forest management.

    Mr. Chlebnikow holds an M.B.A. from Emory University, a Masters of Forestry in Forest Management from Clemson University, and a B.S. in Forestry from Virginia Tech.

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    Guadalupe Folegatti | Manager, Business Development

    Ms. Folegatti is Manager, Business Development for Campbell Global. Her work for the business development team aids in client development and increasing the awareness of Campbell Global in the investment community.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Ms. Folegatti worked for almost ten years with Resource Management Service, where she held various positions in the Resource Planning team. In her most recent role as International Forest Planner, Ms. Folegatti led acquisition investment analysis for South America and the modeling process for long-term planning of properties managed in Brazil. Her experience includes harvest scheduling, financial models, and appraisal review. Ms. Folegatti is fluent in Portuguese.

    Ms. Folegatti received her M.S. in Forestry from Auburn University and her B.S. in Forestry from University of São Paulo, Brazil.

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    Bruce Glass | Senior Forest Economist

    Dr. Glass is the Senior Forest Economist and is responsible for economic and forestry research, and price forecasting. He is the Chairman of the Price Forecast Committee.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Dr. Glass was a member of Weyerhaeuser's Market and Economics Research group, focusing on price forecasting and finished products research. Before that, Dr. Glass served as Lead Economist for the Washington State Department of Natural Resources for eight years, and was a Research Scientist and Economist at the New Zealand Forest Research Institute for sixteen years.

    Dr. Glass received his Ph.D. in Forest Economics from Michigan State University and a B.S. in Forestry from University of Canterbury, graduating with honors. He served as President for the Western Forest Economists Association in 2003 and is a member of the American Association of Agricultural Economics, National Association of Business Economists, New Zealand Institute of Forestry, and Society of American Foresters.

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    Denny Hill | Director of Timberland Valuation

    Mr. Hill is the Director of Timberland Valuation for Campbell Global. He has led and participated in the analysis of each transaction considered by Campbell Global since he joined the firm. He has been responsible for detailed economic modeling and developed the acquisition model used by Campbell Global. Mr. Hill also leads the development of internal timberland valuations and assessment of alternative management options. He serves on the Investment and Price Forecast Committees.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. Hill worked as a research assistant with the Center for International Trade in Forest Resources ("CINTRAFOR") where his responsibilities included developing and publishing market assessments related to international trade in forest products. He also worked on a timber supply assessment for the State of Washington. Prior to that, he worked as an intern for the Washington State Department of Natural Resources where his responsibilities included planning, designing, and layout of roads and harvest units for an annual timber sale program.

    Mr. Hill holds an M.S. in Forest Economics from University of Washington, and a B.S. in Forest Management with a minor in Business Economics from Northern Arizona University. He is a past Silviculture Committee Member for the Stand Management Cooperative.

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    Steve Holland | Director of Treasury and Risk

    Mr. Holland, CFA, is Director of Treasury and Risk for Campbell Global. He oversees performance reporting for the firm, provides financial and analytical support for acquisitions, develops statistical models, and evaluates financing alternatives. Mr. Holland also implements risk and insurance programs, and works on special projects.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. Holland worked for six years for a major forests products company where his responsibilities included statistical analysis and quality control reporting.

    Mr. Holland holds a B.S. in Finance and Business Management from University of Oregon, and a Charter Financial Analyst Designation from AIMR. His is a member of the CFA Institute and National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries. He is the past President of the CFA Society of Portland, and former Chair of the NCREIF Timberland Index Committee.

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    Andy Hoyt | Director of Finance and Strategy

    Mr. Hoyt is the Director of Finance and Strategy for Campbell Global. His responsibilities include financial structure optimization, tax strategy, financial modeling, performance calculation, research, and special projects.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. Hoyt worked in public accounting with Deloitte & Touche LLP, performing financial statement audits of both publicly traded and private companies. Mr. Hoyt is a Certified Public Accountant and a Chartered Financial Analyst.

    Mr. Hoyt holds a B.S. in Economics, Accountancy, and Business Administration from Oregon State University. He is a member of the CFA Institute and the Oregon Society of CPAs, and serves on the NCREIF Timberland Committee.

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    Jamie Killpack | Controller

    Mr. Killpack is the Controller for many of the client-owned entities. He is responsible for financial accounting and reporting, internal accounting controls, and financial accounting systems. He also helps to oversee the external audit process and compliance reporting.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. Killpack worked in public accounting for three years, where his responsibilities included performing financial statement audits of private and public companies for KPMG.

    Mr. Killpack received his M.S. in Accountancy from The University of North Carolina at Wilmington and is a Certified Public Accountant.

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    Steven King | Director of Global Business Strategy

    As Director of Global Business Strategy, Mr. King develops and supports the firm's international initiatives. With more than a decade of international experience - including three years based in London and two in Australia - Mr. King has broad experience with large, complex timberland investments in the Americas, Africa, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Mr. King serves on the ESG and Price Forecast Committees.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. King played a key role in the successful launch of Resource Management Service's first non-U.S. timberland fund, including acquisitions and portfolio management. Prior to that he held positions with Rayonier and two internationally recognized consulting firms, Jaakko Pöyry Consulting and James W. Sewall Company.

    At James W. Sewall Company, Mr. King served as lead appraiser for international projects, including those in Australia, Brazil, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. He also appraised investment-grade timberland properties across the U.S. South.

    As a consultant for Jaakko Pöyry Consulting, Mr. King appraised large timberland properties across Australia and New Zealand and performed wood supply and market analyses in Tasmania, Western Australia, and South Korea. He also conducted feasibilities studies for various processing facilities in Europe and Mozambique.

    Mr. King received his M.S. in Forest Resources from the University of Georgia and a B.S. in Forest Resources and Conservation from the University of Florida.

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    John Miller | Associate General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer

    Mr. Miller serves as Associate General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Campbell Global. In this role, Mr. Miller Chairs the Compliance Committee and supports the General Counsel in providing legal counsel to Campbell Global.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. Miller was an associate in the business and commercial law group at the law firm Dunn Carney Allen Higgins & Tongue LLP where his practice focused on transactions, mergers and acquisitions, securities, and corporate governance.

    Mr. Miller holds a B.A. in Business Administration with an economics concentration from Gonzaga University, and a J.D. from Willamette University College of Law. He is a member of both the Oregon State Bar and the Multnomah Bar Association.

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    Matt Muller | Manager of Budget and Forecast

    Mr. Muller is the Manager of Budget and Forecast for Campbell Global. He is responsible for budgeting, forecasting, and financial and operational reporting for all client properties. His duties concentrate on working with field office personnel to compile and analyze monthly forecasts and annual budgets.

    Mr. Muller received his M.B.A and B.S. in Finance and Accounting from Oregon State University.

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    Mike Phelps | Director of Resource Planning

    Mr. Phelps is the Director of Resource Planning for Campbell Global. He provides overall direction and leadership for research, investment analysis, forest inventory systems, geographic information systems, and long-term planning and analysis associated with timberlands under management. Mr. Phelps served in the Operations Group of Campbell Global where he was directly responsible for strategic land sales, project management, and supervision of Regional inventory and GIS teams.

    Mr. Phelps's diverse background of technical skills and operational experience provides a unique and broad understanding of the industry with well-established cross-functional relationships. Mr. Phelps has held key positions in the development and implementation of forest inventory and GIS systems throughout the United States.

    Mr. Phelps holds a B.S. in Forest Management from Mississippi State University and is a member of the Mississippi Forestry Association.

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    Brian Prater | Director of U.S. Acquisitions

    Mr. Prater is Director of U.S. Acquisitions for Campbell Global. He is a forester by training and has a demonstrated ability to analyze and bring opportunities to successful resolution on behalf of the firm and its clients. Mr. Prater serves on the Price Forecast Committee.

    Mr. Prater has worked for the firm since the early 1990s. Over the course of his career, Mr. Prater has consistently assisted in acquisition due diligence, on domestic and international opportunities of all sizes and forms. He has also led or played a major role in the start-up of field offices and active management of numerous tree farms as the firm has grown, including acting as the interim COO for our investment in Australia and leading the start-up of our management of Forest Service contracts in Arizona. Mr. Prater has worked in three countries and fifteen states, and his experience, focus, and professional approach continue to benefit the firm and its clients.

    Mr. Prater holds a B.S. in Forest Products from Oregon State University. He is a member of the Society of American Foresters and Washington Forest Protection Association.

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    Matt Purdy | Portfolio Manager

    Mr. Purdy is a Portfolio Manager for Campbell. His responsibilities include portfolio management, client communications, budgeting and forecasting, investor relations, and preparing portfolio-level analysis and reporting.

    Since joining Campbell, Mr. Purdy has held various positions in both Operations and Resource Planning. His past experiences include managing forest inventories, conducting spatial analyses, and developing solutions that assist in operations, long-term planning, and acquisitions. Prior to joining Campbell, he worked as a contract timber cruiser in the Pacific Northwest.

    Mr. Purdy received his M.S. in Geography from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his B.A. in Geography from the University of Florida.

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    Neil Radzins | Director of Accounting

    Mr. Radzins is Director of Accounting for Campbell Global. He is responsible for financial accounting and reporting, internal accounting controls, and financial accounting systems. He also oversees the external audit process and compliance reporting.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. Radzins worked for five years in public accounting at PricewaterhouseCoopers (formerly Price Waterhouse), where his responsibilities included financial and operations auditing of private and public companies, including a forest products company.

    Mr. Radzins received his Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting from Portland State University and is a Certified Public Accountant. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and Oregon Society of CPAs.

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    Rhonda Stephens | Director of Human Resources

    Ms. Stephens is the Director of Human Resources for Campbell Global. Her responsibilities include all areas of Human Resources including workforce planning, employee engagement and development, performance management, strategic planning, organizational development, recruitment, compliance, compensation and benefits administration, and policy development.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Ms. Stephens was a Business Partner with Barrett Business Services ("BBSI") where she consulted with and advised client businesses in HR and organizational strategy and compliance. Prior to joining BBSI, Ms. Stephens held the roles of HR Manager, HR Director and Chief Talent Officer at Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt.

    Ms. Stephens received her Comprehensive Human Resources Management and Organizational Development Certificate from Portland State University, and holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources ("SPHR") and SHRM Senior Certified Professional ("SHRM-SCP").

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    Kyle Stinchfield | General Counsel

    Mr. Stinchfield serves as General Counsel of Campbell Global. He is responsible for managing legal matters for Campbell Global, providing counsel on all legal matters to members of management and the Board of Directors, and acting as an advisor to outside counsel on legal issues involving Campbell Global. He is also a member of the Compliance, ESG, and Investment Committees.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. Stinchfield was a partner at Dunn Carney Allen Higgins & Tongue, LLP in Portland, Oregon where his practice focused on corporate and real estate transactions and federal income tax issues.

    Mr. Stinchfield received his LL.M. in Taxation from New York University, M.B.A from University of Oregon, a J.D. from University of Oregon, and a B.A. in Psychology from University of Puget Sound. He is a member of the Oregon State Bar and Washington State Bar.

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    Rob van Rossen | Director - Australasia

    Mr. van Rossen is the Director - Australasia, leading the firm's portfolio management, sourcing, and evaluation of timberland investments in Australasia. Mr. van Rossen serves on the Responsible Investment Committee.

    Mr. van Rossen is based in Ohope, New Zealand. With more than three decades of experience in the industry, he brings a deep understanding of timberland investments in Australia and New Zealand.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Rob owned and operated Rob van Rossen Consulting Ltd, serving clients inside and outside the forest products sector. Rob's experience covers forest management and production, logistics, domestic and export log sales, R&D, sawmilling, medium density fiberboard manufacture, team leadership and change management.

    Mr. van Rossen has held senior positions with some of Australasia's largest timberland companies. During his tenure with Rayonier New Zealand/Matariki Forests from 2010-2013, he was responsible for all sales and operations, and managed 130,000 ha forest under management. As former General Manager of ArborGen Australasia, he oversaw operations for forest nurseries, seed orchards, science and lab facilities, and tree breeding and clonal production.

    Mr. van Rossen received his degree in Forestry Science (Honors II) and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from the University of Canterbury. He completed an advanced management program at the New Zealand Institute of Management. He served as Chair of the Forest Growers Interim R&D Committee in 2013 and was a member of Radiata Pine Manufacturers Association. He is a Registered Forestry Professional of the New Zealand Institute of Forestry, for which he served as a Council Member and Secretary.

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    Jenny West | Director of Business Development

    Ms. West is the Director of Business Development for Campbell Global. She is responsible for the development of innovative, tailored solutions to meet client needs. She also assists in developing and launching new products and firm-wide strategic initiatives. Ms. West serves on the ESG Committee.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Ms. West was a Director for Probitas Funds Group where she spent seven years raising capital for alternative investment managers. Prior to joining Probitas, Ms. West was the Director of Marketing for Standard Pacific Capital where she was responsible for raising assets for two long/short equity funds and two credit strategies. Ms. West also worked for Welch Capital Partners in New York as the Director of Marketing and began her career at Morgan Stanley.

    Ms. West holds a B.A. in International Affairs and Economics from Lewis & Clark College.

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    Carrie Wheeler | Log Accounting Manager

    Ms. Wheeler is the Log Accounting Manager for Campbell Global and is responsible for development and oversight of our Log Management System and our log accounting team. Her duties include working closely with field office and corporate personnel to ensure that accurate, timely, and understandable harvest data is available to all users.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global in 1996, Ms. Wheeler worked in log accounting for four years.

    Ms. Wheeler holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from University of Portland.

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    Chris Wilson | Director of Portfolio Management

    Mr. Wilson is the Director of Portfolio Management for Campbell Global. His responsibilities include portfolio management, client communications, budgeting and forecasting, investor relations, and preparing portfolio-level analysis and reporting.

    Prior to joining Campbell Global, Mr. Wilson worked as a financial analyst and forecasting manager working with other production managers to obtain company financial goals while ensuring top quality customer service.

    Mr. Wilson holds a B.S. in Finance and Accounting from Oklahoma State University.

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