Steve Winn is CEO of Mirasol Capital, an investment management company focused on real estate and private equity investments in companies that are trying to redefine the way we live, work and play using next generation experiential technology.
In addition to Mirasol Capital, Steve is Chairman of Cosm, an entertainment technology company founded in 2020 through Mirasol’s acquisition of multiple businesses in spatial computing, specialty design, engineering, and immersive video production. Under the leadership of CEO Jeb Terry, Cosm is leveraging its technology to create a new form of immersive entertainment called “shared reality” and is working with broadcast and distribution partners around the world to stream live content to physical venues and to the Metaverse. In addition, Cosm is building its first two public entertainment venues in Hollywood Park, California next to SoFi Stadium and Grandscape at the Colony near Dallas, with plans to open additional venues around the world.
Steve has been CEO of two publicly traded companies, RealPage, Inc. and Computer Language Research, Inc., and built ten successful businesses within these companies from concept to enterprise scale over his career. His largest company, RealPage, was founded in 2000 with a $10 million dollar investment, went public in 2010, and remained CEO until selling the business to Thoma Bravo in 2021 for over $10 billion.
Steve and his family are actively involved in the Winn Family Foundation supporting three pillars of giving: (i) educating and training future leaders, particularly in STEM fields, (ii) environmental initiatives to protect and sustain our environment, and (iii) helping women and girls achieve their dreams so they can make a profound, positive difference in society.
Steve is married with three children and seven grandchildren. He grew up in Dallas, Texas, graduating from St. Mark’s School of Texas. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin, who honored him with a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Cockrell School of Engineering in 2018. He also earned a Master of Management Science from Stanford University.