Brett Hyland currently works in Portland, Oregon as Senior Vice President of Investor Relations at Morrison Street Capital, where he has been employed since 2011. Possessing nearly 30 years of professional experience in business, Brett Hyland’s present position is the fourth high-ranking institutional investments marketing position he has held in Portland since he began working there in 1994. As Senior Vice President, Hyland often tackles the cultivation of tactical relations with other financial firms. He also works to develop beneficial relationships with institutional investors such as investment consulting firms, foundations and endowments, family offices, registered investment advisers and other financial institutions. A believer in the company's commitment to integrity, flexibility, and ingenuity, Brett Hyland ultimately serves to further Morrison Street Capital's mission of providing investors solid, risk-adjusted investment returns in the small and mid cap commercial real estate markets.Before moving to Portland and later taking up employment with Morrison Street Capital, Brett Hyland was first employed in several positions at companies based in California. He began his career in 1984 as a sales representative at the Eastman Kodak company and, over the next decade, progressively moved up the ranks at different organizations; in 1988, Hyland became a financial adviser at Kidder, Peabody & Co, Inc., and after two years there, he was hired as Regional Marketing Manager of Charles Schwab & Co, Inc. Hyland's first job in Portland was as Vice President of US Bank/Qualivest Capital Management, where he worked through 1999 when he became Regional Sales Director of the Safeco Asset Management Company. Brett Hyland's most recent employment in Portland before joining Morrison Street Capital was as Vice President of Marketing for Wall Street Associates, LLC.Even in a non-professional capacity, Brett Hyland is very involved in his Portland community. He is a former trustee of The Library Foundation, which provides financial support for programs at Portland's Multnomah County Library, and has served as a member of its investment committee since its establishment. Hyland also established and was Chairman for several years of the US Bank Women's Financial Forum, a group established to bring investment education and resources to women in the Portland community. Brett Hyland has also been president of and currently retains membership with The Oregon Forum.