May 14, 2019

Stonehenge Capital promotes L’Quentus Thomas to Managing Director

BLUFFTON, S.C. – Stonehenge Capital Company, LLC, is pleased to announce that L’Quentus Thomas has been promoted to Managing Director. The promotion was recently announced at the firm’s 20th anniversary meeting in Bluffton, South Carolina. As Managing Director, Thomas will continue to manage and grow the operations of Stonehenge Community Development, the firm’s national platform committed to investing in economically distressed communities and areas targeted for revitalization.

“In the Community Development business line, we believe that doing more with investment means doing more for businesses and communities that are often overlooked or underserved by most investment firms,” said Thomas, who has managed the business line for approximately seven years. “We invest with a purpose: to transform our nation’s workforce and communities. In the process, we have created and retained over 25,000 jobs in our nation’s most distressed areas. It is an honor to continue to lead Stonehenge Capital into a bright future, which includes our core mission of transforming our nation’s most vulnerable and distressed communities for decades to come.”

Thomas joined Stonehenge Capital in 2005 as a member of the principal investing division, Stonehenge Growth Capital, where he focused on providing equity and mezzanine capital to growing companies operating in New York. Prior to joining Stonehenge Capital, Thomas worked as a credit analyst with Moody’s Investors Service, where he covered a national portfolio of transportation, utility and infrastructure credits.

Thomas earned a Bachelor of Arts from Amherst College and an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship from the Stern School of Business at New York University. He is a Trustee of Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, where he serves on the Investment and Budget Finance & Audit committees, respectively. Thomas is also an avid supporter of youth development organizations, serving as a founding Board Member of the Student Diplomacy Corps in New York, N.Y., and as co-founder and Board Member of the Brooklyn Crescents Youth Lacrosse Club in Brooklyn, N. Y.

Reflecting on his expanded leadership role, Thomas said: “Having worked in multiple lines of business at Stonehenge for nearly 15 years, I have great appreciation and confidence in the strength of our businesses and the excellence of our teams. As Managing Director, I look forward to not only broadening the firm’s capacity to drive more dollars into smart investments, but also to working with our partners to foster sustainable economic development in underserved communities across the United States.”