Meet Your Reunion
General Chair

George B. Huber (B.A. ’79) is the Reunion 2024 General Chair.

George graduated from Vanderbilt with a degree in Business Administration in 1979.  He has been actively involved in the Vanderbilt community throughout his years as an alumnus; serving on various reunion class committees, participating in the Parent Leadership Committee (PLC), serving on the Athletics Campaign Cabinet, and hosting Commodore Summer Sendoff Launch events.  He has additionally been a dedicated supporter of the University and of its athletics programs, including establishing several named scholarships as well as the Vanderbilt Men’s Basketball Locker Room.  George is currently serving as a Trustee on the Vanderbilt Board of Trust.

Among his other philanthropic activities, George currently serves on the Board of Directors of New Story Charity, a non-profit organization with a mission to end world homelessness through innovative community-building.  His past civic engagements include directorships of multiple non-profit organizations, including Chairmanships of The Canterbury School, the Fort Wayne Indiana Chamber of Commerce, and Goodwill Industries of Northern Indiana.  George and his family have additionally been primary funders of several non-profit initiatives, including the technological development by New Story of the world’s first 3D home printer developed to build homes for homeless populations; Darkness 2 Light’s international education program to prevent child sexual abuse; and a scholarship fund for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program in Northeast Indiana.

Professionally, George is Managing Partner of Finback Investment Partners, a Miami-based private equity firm that he co-founded with Governor Jeb Bush and fellow Vanderbilt alumnus Jack Oliver (B.A. ’91).  He is also the Founder and Chairman of Equity Investment Group, a diversified family office investment company investing in commercial real estate, private equity, and other asset classes across the U.S.  George has served as an independent Board Member for numerous public and private companies and currently serves on board roles with AgAmerica Lending, Bridge 33 Capital, Garden City Investments, Health Hospitality Partners and MountainSeed.  He received an MBA with Honors from the University of Michigan and is a member of YPO International.

George and his wife Cathy spend much of their time in Los Angeles and Seattle.  They have 5 children including their son Tyler, a fellow Vanderbilt alumnus (B.A. ’14).


George Huber