Johnny Kincaid received his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Banking in 1977 from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.  Johnny grew up in Arkansas where his step-father was the administrator of the Magnolia City Hospital for over 40 years.  He learned early how a building factors into the overall scheme of healthcare, what it means the providers, to the patients, and to the community.
Johnny started his career in Dallas, Texas where he discovered a talent for real estate and facility management.  Accepting a position with Hopkins-Shafer, a real estate development firm, he honed his skills and learned the craft of real estate development.
After relocating to Little Rock, Arkansas, he continued to build an extensive portfolio of successful development projects eventually focusing on medical office and healthcare. 
A past president of the Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Little Rock, Johnny remains involved in the organization. He also served on the City of Little Rock's Midtown Redevelopment District Board and the 12th Street Steering Committee to rehabilitate  a historic Little Rock commercial sector.
Johnny’s most rewarding endeavor in 2010 and 2011 has been his volunteer work for 20th Century Club’s new 18,000 square foot Lodge which provides low to no-cost housing for cancer patients and their families.  In March, 2011, the 20th Century Club named him the recipient of their prestigious "Hope Award". In addition, he is an active member of the University of Arkansas  Walton College Dean's Alumni Advcisory Council and a committed Razorback fan.

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