Founder & Chief Investment Officer

Zac Reynolds is chief investment officer and one of the founding principals of Full Sail Capital.

Zac is passionate about using the latest advances in technology and investment research to improve the portfolio management process.

His firm focus is overseeing all aspects of the investment process, from meeting with clients to understand their unique situation, to designing and implementing investment portfolios.

Zac earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from Oklahoma State University. In 2008, he earned his MBA from Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business. He earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 2012 and he is a member of the CFA Society of Oklahoma.

In 2008, Zac joined Heritage Trust Company where he worked until 2012 as a portfolio manager. He joined Trust Company of Oklahoma in 2012, where he was promoted to director of investments for the Oklahoma City Region. He also served on the board of directors for Trust Company of Oklahoma.

Before joining the world of investment management, Zac had a successful amateur golf career. He was the runner-up at the 2002 U.S. Junior Amateur and was a two-time letter winner on the golf team at Oklahoma State University.

A lifelong Oklahoman, Zac grew up in Edmond and currently lives in Oklahoma City with his wife, Melanie, and their three children.



Founder & Chief Operating Officer

Scott’s firm focus is working with clients who own/operate/invest in real property assets, including clients who are inheriting generational wealth or planning for generational wealth transfer, and clients who own and operate closely-held businesses.

Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from Oklahoma State University with a concentration in advertising and promotions in 2004. In 2009, he earned his Juris Doctorate from Oklahoma City University School of Law, graduating with honors. He was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar Association in 2010 and is licensed to practice in the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma.
In 2008, Scott joined Heritage Trust Company where he worked until 2013, serving for three years as vice president and real estate manager. Scott joined Trust Company of Oklahoma in 2013 as vice president of the Property Management Division and was promoted to senior vice president and shareholder in 2016.

Civically, Scott serves as a member of the board of directors for Oklahoma State Fair, Inc. Previously, Scott has served several nonprofits in addition to extensive service to the City of Oklahoma City. He served as member of the Oklahoma City Board of Adjustment after being appointed by Mayor Mick Cornett in 2014. He was elected chairman for the 2017-2018 year. In 2017, Scott was again appointed by Mayor Cornett to serve as the Ward 8 planning commissioner for the City of Oklahoma City. He was elected chairman for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 years. In addition to his municipal service, Scott has also been appointed by the Oklahoma County District Court to assist with property valuations as an Oklahoma County land commissioner.

A fourth-generation Oklahoman, Scott lives in northwest Oklahoma City with his wife, Lauren, and their two daughters.



Founder & Chief Executive Officer

David T. Stanley is the chief executive officer and a founding principal of Full Sail Capital. David’s passions are his faith, family and providing guidance to his clients and their families with excellence, transparency and integrity.

His firm focus is to be a trusted partner to clients and their families. Loyalty, teamwork, and a relentless focus to provide value are the core values that drive every decision and interaction he shares with them.

David earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from the University of North Texas in 1989. In 1994, he graduated from the Graduate Trust School at Northwestern University. He is also a certified trust and financial advisor (CTFA) and holds the Series 65 securities license.

Actively involved in the community, David serves as the president of the Oklahoma Israel Exchange board and is a past chairman of the board for Ronald McDonald House Charities. David lives in Edmond with his wife, Kim. They have three children and two “grandsugars.”