Frank Roessler is a driven real estate investor and entrepreneur who has held positions such as acquisition associate and asset manager. A graduate of UCLA’s MBA program, Frank Roessler currently manages the daily operations of Ashcroft Capital as its founder.
While a graduate student at UCLA, Mr. Roessler was actively engaged in extracurricular activities that included the Anderson Finance Club and the Anderson Real Estate Association (AREA). A student-led organization, AREA promotes awareness of real estate and prepares members for careers in the real estate industry. The organization offers extensive programming that ranges from professional networking and mentorship to field trips and site visits.
AREA also participates in the Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP) SoCal Real Estate Challenge, a competition that hosts five person teams from each of USC’s and UCLA’s business schools. Each student team creates a real estate development proposal for a specific location. The most recent challenge was attended by nearly 300 real estate professionals. In 2016, UCLA’s team developed a strategy to develop a 5.07-acre site in the City of Inglewood and was awarded the Silver Shovel for its work.