Pathfinder Ventures Inc. (TSXV:RV), which is developing a network of branded, upscale and family-friendly RV parks and campgrounds under the “Pathfinder Camp Resorts” name, has announced two additions to its Advisory Board: Shenoor Jadavji, founder and president at Lotus Capital, and Randy Hendrickson, founder and CEO of United Park Brokers.
Jadavji is responsible for the strategic direction of the firm, including capital sourcing and structuring value-aligned joint venture investments. She brings over 30 years of experience in real estate transactions totaling more than $3 billion across all real estate classes in major and secondary Canadian markets, as well as select US markets. Since 2012, Lotus has been involved in the acquisition, development, reposition and disposition of six million square feet of commercial assets.
Outside of her leadership role at Lotus Capital, Jadavji is an active and committed member of the community and has served on numerous boards. She is currently serving on the Advisory Board for Nexii Building Solutions Inc. and is a trustee on the board of PROREIT (TSX: PRV), serving on its Investment Committee.
Hendrickson is a hospitality and tourism industry veteran of nearly 30 years. He formed Horizon Outdoor Hospitality Group in 2003, a firm exclusively serving the outdoor hospitality industry. Hendrickson has over 15 years of State Board experience, including stints serving as vice president on the board of directors and president/chairman of the Carolinas Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds. He has overseen more than $500 million in transactions and managed over 70 RV resorts in his career.
In addition, Pathfinder Ventures Inc. has granted incentive stock options to purchase a total of 2,000,568 common shares at an exercise price of $0.30 per share for a period of five years to certain directors, officers and consultants in accordance with the provisions of its stock option plan.
Pathfinder currently has three camp resorts located in B.C. and is focused on growing its network through both acquisitions and new construction. The corporation is taking advantage of the rapidly growing market of Canadians who want to experience the great outdoors in an RV.