Agent & Partner
A University Park native, Peter graduated from Highland Park High School in 2005 and Texas State University in 2009 with degrees in Political Science and Business Administration. For nine years, he worked at his family’s natural gas company, Clean Energy, managing their wholesale portfolio.
In 2018, Peter joined Will Seale and Sam Sawyer at Compass in the Park Cities office. Peter’s extensive connections in Dallas, an ambitious, outgoing personality, and methodical work ethic made the transition to the real estate business both natural and seamless. Will and Sam, both founding partners of Compass Real Estate in the Dallas market and voted to D Magazine’s D Best Real Estate List 2011-2020, were fantastic mentors.
As his business continued to grow, being named a D Best Agent and Top Producer in 2020, Peter decided to leave Compass and partner with longtime family friends, Carter and Camille Fournier. The Fournier-Pittman family has a long-standing legacy in the luxury real estate market, through Judy Pittman, Inc., where they have represented many of the prominent names in Dallas, including Peter’s Grandfather and repeat client, T. Boone Pickens.
Peter and his wife, Bailey, are actively involved in the Dallas community and currently reside in University Meadows with their three daughters. Bailey is a member of Junior League, The Tuesday Garden Club, and volunteers regularly at the Rise School. Peter is a member of Lakewood Country Club, The TouchDown Club of Dallas, a board member of the Moody YMCA, and a board member and former Dinner Chairman of Park Cities Quail Coalition.
Broker & Partner
Camille leads the brokerage’s many day-to-day functions. Camille shared a close relationship with her late aunt, Judy Pittman, who encouraged her to get her real estate license in 1984 at the age of 24. Though real estate brokerage has never been Camille’s sole career, her close relationship with her beloved aunt and her entrepreneurial spirit fostered a successful 40-year partnership with Judy, during which she was involved with over 1 billion dollars of sales from 1984 to the present.
In addition to her work with Pittman Stovall, Camille is the President and CEO of SWS Re-Distribution Company. SWS was founded in 1952 by her parents, John and Nancy Cheney, and manufactured and distributed chemicals throughout the southwest. Camille went to work at SWS at the age of 22 and over her 40-year career with the company has held a number of positions ranging from accounting to sales to management and eventually President and CEO. In 1995, Camille and her brother, Bobby Cheney, acquired the company from her parents. Today, SWS is a multinational company servicing the foodservice industry with warehouses across the U.S. and Canada. Current customers include Subway Restaurants, Chili’s, Maggiano’s, On the Border, Carl’s Jr., and Hardees.
Camille is active in the Dallas Community as a member of the Woman’s Club, Dallas Country Club, Junior League of Dallas, Catholic Charities, Angles of Charities, Christ the King Altar Society, Past Member of the Dallas Citizens Council, Marianne Scruggs Garden Club, Mary Kay Craig Class, and Thala Dance Club, and as an active parishioner of Christ the King Catholic Church.
Camille graduated from Ursuline Academy and earned a B.S. from the University of Texas in Austin. She is a 4th generation Dallasite and lives on Turtle Creek with her husband Dave. They have 3 grown children and 6 grandchildren whom all reside in Dallas.
Carter is an active partner in the strategic planning, finance, and operations of Pittman Stovall. With over 20 years of experience in both residential and commercial real estate, Carter is well suited to help lead Pittman Stovall into its next chapter.
Carter has been involved with the brokerage since 1999 when he was in high school and began working with his aunt, Judy Pittman, initially handling administrative tasks and eventually becoming a licensed real estate agent with the company. Carter enjoyed working side-by-side with his aunt, especially in the development and sellout of the Vendome Residences. During college, Carter obtained his broker’s license and started Concord Interests, a residential real estate and development firm, which engaged members of fraternities and sororities as brokers and focused on townhome development and real estate brokerage around SMU’s campus in University Park.
Following graduation, Carter went on to pursue investment and development possibilities in the commercial real estate space at Greenway Investment Company, an opportunistic real estate investment firm that focuses on retail, industrial, multifamily, and land throughout the Southwest with assets in access of 1 billion dollars. Carter spent 7 years with Greenway, eventually becoming a partner, and maintains partnerships with his old team today. After Greenway, Carter went on to found Concord Capital Partners, a Dallas-based real estate private equity firm focusing on industrial and retail assets throughout the Sunbelt. At Concord, Carter is responsible for overall partnership management and oversight of sourcing and managing investments. Local investments include retail in Snider Plaza, Preston Center, Lovers Lane, and various properties on Preston Road.
Carter graduated from Jesuit College Preparatory School, earned a BA in Real Estate Finance and an MBA with a focus in Real Estate Finance and Strategy and Entrepreneurship from SMU’s Cox School of Business.
Carter serves on the board of the SMU Folsom Institute for Real Estate. He is a member of the Dallas Country Club and Christ the King Church and is a previous board member of the City of Dallas Tax Increment Financing District.
Carter is a 5th-generation Dallasite and lives in Preston Hollow with his wife Hayley and daughters Sophie, Madeline, and Elle.
Mike Kelly’s been a sales associate with the brokerage since 1989, specializing in Turtle Creek high rises in Dallas, TX. Mike, a west coast transplant, began his career in 1984 where he started working with then prominent broker Jan Noble and was named “rookie of the year”. Soon thereafter Mike went on to work at the Claridge on Turtle Creek. At the Claridge, Mike met Judy Pittman and that began a lifelong friendship. Over the past 32 years, Mike has loved selling the high-rise lifestyle and has become an expert in that market.
As a member of the Pittman Stovall team, Mike has a powerful wealth of information about Dallas, and more specifically, the areas we represent.
Gretchen is a native of Dallas and a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin. With ten years of business experience in mortgage banking and real estate services ranging from tech to customer relations and compliance, it is no surprise that her career path led her to residential real estate in 2019. Gretchen started her real estate career by joining the Will Seale Group at Compass in the Park Cities office.
With Will Seale as her mentor and the combined skill sets of an analyst, an auditor, and a marketing executive, Gretchen is the embodiment of preparedness for handling every step of the process for her clients. Her natural inclination to serve others is apparent, and she conducts business with her client’s objectives in front of mind and at the center of every decision she makes. The daughter of a successful Realtor, Kris Graves, Gretchen was raised in the vocabulary and witnessed first-hand the integrity, character, energy and resilience it takes to do the job and finish well.
Gretchen lives in Dallas with her husband, William, and their two daughters. Both she and William are active members of the Dallas community. William is the co-owner of the Dallas-based business, Milliard Diamond Concierge and actively involved in ESD's alumni association. Gretchen is a member of the Junior Group of the Dallas Garden Club as well as the Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center.