Douglas A. Stockham

Douglas A. Stockham, SIOR, CCIM serves as Partner, Emergency Assistance FundsDouglas A. Stockham, SIOR, CCIM serves as Partner, Emergency Assistance Foundation. Alongside his real estate and business activities Douglas has a history of active involvement with non-profits and community foundations including serving as officer and on numerous boards ranging from startups to well established organizations.

His commercial real estate work included advising and assisting clients in the donation of real estate to non-profits. His presentations, on the merits of non-cash donations, led to him joining the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham to establish the Charitable Real Estate Fund, a support organization. He served as its board Chairman for one term and was on the board from its founding until 2008.

Douglas’ work in commercial real estate work enabled him to earn the prestigious, Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) designation, a professional symbol of the highest level of knowledge, production, and ethics in the real estate industry. He also earned the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation. In addition, he is a member of the Society of International Business Fellows (SIBF) a private non-profit organization headquartered in Atlanta, GA, which comprises approximately 450 businesses, professional and academic leaders from around the world.

He has an active history in working with community foundations and non-profits, including serving on numerous boards. In 2001 he became a donor advisor when the Stockham foundation was converted from a private foundation to a Donor Advised Fund with the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham. Currently, Douglas serves as a member of the board of the Community Foundation of Palm Beach & Martin Counties. He is Chairman of the development committee and a member of the investment committee. He is a trustee and former president and member of the board of the Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. He served as a member University of Alabama at Birmingham President’s Advisory Council; a member of Birmingham-Southern College President’s Advisory Council; and as trustee and vice president of the Birmingham Historical Society.

He received a bachelor of arts degree from Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN and a master’s of business administration in finance from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.