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Whitney Sewell

Founder and CEO

Founder of Life Bridge Capital LLC, Whitney began his real estate investing career in 2009. Whitney’s passion is working with investors, helping them secure financial security via the exceptional opportunities that multifamily syndication offers. Whitney hosts The Real Estate Syndication Show, a daily podcast where he has now interviewed over 600 experts providing cutting-edge tools and strategies of the syndication business.  Whitney and his wife Chelsea are on a mission to help other families through the process of adoption.  They have personally endured the financial burdens that the process puts on families and have committed 50% of their profits to this goal.  Whitney and Chelsea have three children by adoption.

Sam Rust

Chief Operations Officer

A lifelong learner, Sam Rust is a managing partner at Life Bridge Capital and full-time investor in commercial real estate. Sam graduated from Thomas Edison State University with a BSBA in Business Management and currently lives in Colorado with his wife and 4 daughters. He has been active in commercial real estate since 2017 and has led the acquisition of a portfolio of properties in Colorado with value in excess of $60 million, and currently directs Life Bridge Capital’s acquisition efforts throughout the Rocky Mountain region.

Joe Fairless

Advisory Board Member

Managing Principal at Ashcroft Capital, Real Estate Investor, Best-selling Author, & Popular Podcaster

Joe Fairless is a full-time real estate investor that started buying multifamily properties in 2013 and now controls over $572,000,000 worth of real estate assets. He has personally raised over $100,000,000 from private investors for real estate investments. Prior to that, he was the youngest vice president at an award-winning advertising agency in New York City.

Emilie Rust

Acquisition and Property Analyst

Interning at Life Bridge Captial, Emilie Rust works as an Acquisition and Property Analyst. Emilie plans to graduate from Boyce College in May with a degree in Business.

Hannah Chick

Outreach and Communications Specialist

At Life Bridge Capital, Hannah plays a role on the marketing side to promote communication with investors and guests on the podcast. She works on administrative tasks with the goal of keeping communication both personal and productive. Hannah focuses on public relations for Life Bridge Capital and works on creating and maintaining the relationships built, in order to give everyone involved the best experience possible. Hannah has experience in different communication and marketing fields. She worked as a social media manager, a public relations team member, and as an assistant Communications professor, and is continuing to expand her knowledge of the niche of real estate syndication.

Hannah holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Strategic Communication.


This becomes the best of both worlds for investors. They can receive exceptional returns financially, while also helping change the lives of orphans around the world, as well as the lives of the families who adopt them. Whitney is quick to point out that while this is his own passion, he doesn’t make this the main focus to investors, but does hope a certain percentage feel good about what Life Bridge Capital does. “We provide a fantastic return for our investors, and that’s why someone should invest with us first and foremost. However, it is my hope that this component of our business – us giving 50% of our own profit to adoption – perhaps helps sway someone to work with us, assuming all else is equal, of course. This is our calling, but our investors can smile knowing that just by working with us, they helped a little bit too.”

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Whitney and his wife Chelsea have two sons and a daughter who came to their family by adoption. They know the costs associated with adoption (up to $60,000 on average), but they also know the life-changing blessings it offers. There are millions of orphans worldwide, yet the financial burden of adopting is more than many families can consider. This is where Life Bridge Capital comes in, as it donates 50% of its own profits to help families give orphans a loving home.