Javier Loya Joins Houston Texans Ownership Group
HOUSTON – The Houston Texans have announced that Javier Loya has joined
the team’s ownership group as an investor.
“We are honored to have a person of Javier’s caliber join our ownership
team,” said Texans’ Chairman and CEO Bob McNair. “In addition to his
business experience, his football experience will also be an asset to the
“I am honored to become a part of such an outstanding organization – one
that will be great for football and for the city of Houston,” said Javier
Loya is currently President and CEO of Houston-based CHOICE! Energy, a
leading institutional energy broker. He serves as an active member in the
Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Houston Minority Business
Loya attended Burgess High School in El Paso, Texas. A 1991 graduate of
Columbia University, Loya participated for years as a member of the varsity
football team, earning All-Ivy League honors in 1990 at linebacker. A first
generation Mexican-American from El Paso, Loya has lived in Houston for the
past eight years.
Loya joins Philip Burguieres, Kirbyjon Caldwell, Raymond Childress Jr.,
Charles Duncan Jr., Tilman Fertitta, Harry Gee Jr., Robert Onstead, Joseph
Sutton, and Chuck Watson as Texans’ investors. McNair and his family own
more than a 70 percent interest in the team.