Fort Worth’s Valor Hires HR Veteran as New Chief People Officer

Valor has expertise in providing mineral management solutions and oil and gas operator outsourcing, and Jason Nadaskay brings nearly two decades of teaching, coaching, and consulting experience to this newly created role.

Fort Worth-based specialty asset management company Valor has hired Jason Nadasky as its chief people officer.

Valor has expertise in providing mineral management solutions and oil and gas operator outsourcing, and Nadaskay brings nearly two decades of teaching, coaching, and consulting experience to this newly created role.

“Thanks to the rapid growth and expansion of our employee base, the need to create a chief people officer role has become a necessity,” Valor Chief of Staff Hanna Howard said in a statement. “Jason’s enthusiasm, passion, and track record for developing the full potential of individuals and organizations will help Valor transition to the next level of success, especially as it pertains to both performance and teamwork.”

Nadasky will be responsible for the review, assessment, and optimization of individual employee roles, along with the organizational structure of the company itself.

Nadasky began his career in St. Louis as a counselor working with teenagers and their families to overcome a variety of obstacles, eventually becoming an associate pastor. He traveled overseas implementing goal-oriented training, counseling, and management programs in both Nigeria and Ukraine, the company said.

He attained a management consulting role in the private sector, specializing in corporate strategic planning, sales, networking, budgeting, and event planning.

Most recently, before joining Valor Nadasky was both an educator and coach for various school districts, teaching six subjects and serving as an athletic coach.

Nadaskay is certified as an associate professional in human resources.

Offers mineral management platform

Founded in 2018, Valor said that it has grown to become one of the Southwest’s leading mineral management companies, providing sector-specific solutions such as oil and gas accounting, land management, lease negotiation and counsel, joint interest billing, and revenue accounting.

Valor also offers outsourcing services for oil and gas operators, partnering with companies to offer bookkeeping, owner relations, and other back-office operations.

But Valor’s mineral management services platform,, is the foundation and cornerstone of its mineral management services. is a proprietary mineral management platform designed to optimize and track oil and gas assets.

The company manages a combined 10.2 million gross acres and 560,000 net royalty acres of mineral and property rights on behalf of more than 100,000 interests across 32 U.S. states.

“I’m proud to be joining a thriving organization like Valor,” Nadaskay said in a statement. “This is a company that has grown exponentially over the past couple of years, doubling in both staff and revenue. I believe now is the perfect time for the company to institute this new chief people officer role and I look forward to helping the organization and its employees develop their roles and contributions to the fullest potential.”

Get on the list.
Dallas Innovates, every day.

Sign up to keep your eye on what’s new and next in Dallas-Fort Worth, every day.

One quick signup, and you’re done.  

R E A D   N E X T

  • Keith Scally has joined Richardson-based Cariloop, a comprehensive caregiver support platform that combines cloud-based tools and personalized, professional coaching services, as chief product officer. The company said that Scally will oversee its tech-enabled, human-powered innovation initiatives as they continue to create game-changing solutions that reduce the stress and burden felt by working caregivers and families. “Keith is a phenomenal product leader and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our team. He has such a bold, creative vision and a fierce passion for building products that have the potential to help families on a global scale,” CEO Michael Walsh…

  • Pathlock's recent mergers, acquisitions, and capital raises have enabled the company to address the increasing risk in application security while establishing its leadership position as the industry's most complete 360-degree platform for application security and controls automation.

  • LTK has influencer retail operations on five continents and recently expanded its presence into new markets. The company continues to aggressively expand its operations to accelerate the growth of its three-sided marketplace focused on creators, brands, and shoppers.

  • Yuvo Health, a New York-based technology-enabled administrative and managed-care solution provider for community health centers, announced Coppell executive Selase Dow as its new chief operating officer. Dow, who will remain based in the Dallas-Fort Worth city, brings more than two decades of managed care experience to the New York startup. Dow has worked closely with large physician organizations in North Texas to implement financial and care models and has a deep background in operations, ACO management, contracting, and more. Yuvo Health is a New York-based startup founded in 2021 by a BIPOC founding team. The company aims to provide administrative…

  • The moves follow a recent infusion of $4.1 million in strategic financing as Stryve looks to fuel its growth in the consumer packaged goods sector.