5440 Harvest Hill Road Suite 206. Dallas, TX 75230
Ryan Miller is the Director for Wood Partners’ North Texas development operations and is located in the Dallas office. He is responsible for the development, design, and financing of multifamily construction in the region. Since joining Wood in 2012, Miller has played a key role in the closing of more than 1,300 multifamily units valued in excess of $205 million.
Prior to Wood Partners, Miller was a developer with Verde Apartment Communities in Dallas where he developed 1,500 units in the Dallas and Austin areas. Miller began his career in corporate finance before transitioning to real estate as Director of Project Finance for a local single family lot development firm. He also has experience in real estate sales and spent several years in the brokerage industry with The Apartment Group where he was involved in numerous multifamily transactions throughout Texas.
Miller has an MBA from Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business and also earned his bachelor’s degree in business from The University of Texas at Austin.
Todd McCulloch is a Regional Director of Development of the Central Region. He has been actively involved in the origination, finance and development of more than 5,000 multifamily units valued in excess of $550 million.
McCulloch joined Wood Partners in 2005. In 2006, he opened Wood Partners’ Dallas office, with responsibility for Wood Partners' North Texas and Austin operations. Since that time, Wood Partners has consistently ranked as one of the most active multifamily developer/builders in North Texas. In 2011, he was promoted to oversee the entirety of Wood Partners' Texas platform. Before joining Wood Partners, McCulloch worked for six years as a broker in CB Richard Ellis’ Corporate Services Division.
McCulloch earned an MBA degree from the University of Texas at Austin where he also earned a bachelor’s degree. He is a member of the National Association of Homebuilders. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Oak Lawn-Hi Line Public Improvement District.