Valor hires new Chief People Officer to handle “rapidly expanding” employee base
(WO) – Valor, a Fort Worth-based specialty asset management company with expertise in providing mineral management solutions and oil and gas operator outsourcing, announced the hiring of Jason Nadaskay to serve as the company’s Chief People Officer. Nadaskay brings nearly two decades of teaching, coaching and consulting experience to this newly created role within the company. At Valor, he’ll be responsible for the review, assessment and optimization of individual employee roles, as well as the organizational structure of the company itself. Additionally, Nadaskay will oversee logistical aspects of the company’s human resources department, while managing Valor’s ample and generous benefits programs for employees.
“Thanks to the rapid growth and expansion of our employee base, the need to create a chief people officer role has become a necessity,” said Hanna Howard, Chief of Staff at Valor. “Jason’s enthusiasm, passion, and track record for developing the full potential of individuals and organizations will help Valor transition to the next level of success, especially as it pertains to both performance and teamwork.”
Jason received a Master’s of Marriage and Family Therapy (MMFT) and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Christian Ministry from Abilene Christian University. Jason began his career in St. Louis as a counselor working with teenagers and their families to overcome a variety of obstacles. He then became an associate pastor to oversee several areas of the church. These areas included counseling, small groups, and various teaching duties. He traveled overseas on multiple trips, implementing goal-oriented training, counseling and management programs for church congregations in both Nigeria and Ukraine.
Nadaskay parlayed his successful pastor-related experiences into a management consulting role in the private sector, where he specialized in optimizing corporate strategic planning, sales, networking, budgeting and event planning. In his most recent career experience prior to joining Valor, he served as both an educator and coach in both the Crowley, Rutherford & Maury County (TN) School Districts.
As a teacher, Nadaskay taught six subjects, including advanced economics and psychology courses, in addition to serving as a coach for both the football and track and field teams. In 2016, he earned “Teacher of the Year” honors at Crowley High School. Nadaskay is certified as an Associate Professional in Human Resources (aPHR), is a longtime supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters, and is a self-described avid outdoorsman.
Founded in 2018, Valor has steadily grown to become one of the Southwest’s leading mineral management companies, providing targeted solutions such as oil and gas accounting, land management, lease negotiation and counsel, joint interest billing (JIB) and revenue accounting. The company also offers outsourcing services for oil and gas operators, partnering with companies to offer bookkeeping, owner relations, and other back-office operations.
But the foundation and cornerstone of Valor’s mineral management services is mineral.tech, a proprietary mineral management platform designed to optimize and track oil and gas assets. Thanks to Valor’s business solutions and the company’s proficiency in an array of specialty asset management services, the company now manages a combined 10.2 million gross acres and 560,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights on behalf of more than 100,000 interests across 32 U.S. states. Valor is headquartered in Fort Worth and maintains a satellite office in Midland, Texas.
“I’m proud to be joining a thriving organization like Valor,” stated Nadaskay. “This is a company that has grown exponentially over the past couple of years, doubling in both staff and revenue. I believe now is the perfect time for the company to institute this new chief people officer role, to manage and maintain this momentum they’ve created.”