Chief Executive Officer
After two years as the national director of sales for Capstone Companies (2019-2021), in which revenue grew 290%, Michael Mosher now leads the efforts of the firm to grow and better serve the needs of clients. In his more than 20-year career Michael has gained cross functional experience in multiple industries, including analytics, training, operations, and has led teams since 2008.
After a fruitful career in medical sales, Michael saw an opportunity to re-invent himself in the commercial real estate sector. In 2017, his entrepreneurial drive led to a successful new chapter of learning and growth as he started his own firm. Then, in 2019, Michael was approached by a founding partner of Capstone to join their growing brokerage team. The opportunity was once in a lifetime, and he jumped at the chance to join.
Michael leads the executive team at Capstone and spearheads efforts in conjunction with the board of directors. The Capstone team has continually exceeded employee and client expectations, with a vibrant work culture and an impressive work effort on a daily basis. Capstone was a recipient of the Charlotte Business Journal’s coveted “Best Places to Work” award and gained a spot on Inc. Magazine’s annual Inc 5000 list as one of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. Most importantly, Michael wholeheartedly embraces the core values of the organization (team before self, relentless passion for improvement, driven self-starters, ego checked at the door, and embrace the chaos) and strives to live them daily as he serves on the executive team.
Michael earned two degrees, philosophy and theology, from Franciscan University of Steubenville while completing the rigorous four-year honors college program. Additionally, he received training from the Wharton School of Business, the University of North Carolina, and Gallup on leadership, management, emotional intelligence, hiring, productivity, and a host of other topics.
Michael’s personal passions include frequent exercise, taking clarity breaks to think on ways to improve himself and the business, church activities in his local parish, family time with his wife and four children, and recently has discovered that he is a mediocre but happy hack at golf.