Jon A. Dyck

President and principal owner of RS Materials Group, LLC and Rock Solid Stone

Jon A. Dyck is an entrepreneur and attorney with more than 20 years of legal, management, policy and investing experience.

Mr. Dyck is currently the President and principal owner of RS Materials Group, LLC and Rock Solid Stone, a leading quarrier and manufacturer of building and landscape stone. Rock Solid Stone quarries Texas limestone and fabricates it onto a wide variety of applications, ranging from architectural stone used in large commercial construction and high-end residential projects to landscape stone distributed by big box retailers. Mr. Dyck was previously the founder and president of a venture backed legal technology company and led a real estate investment and consulting business in Panama.

Mr. Dyck served for 5 years as an appointee in the George W. Bush Administration, including as Vice President, General Counsel, and Board Secretary of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) – chaired by the Secretary of State and Vice Chaired by the Secretary of Treasury – and before that as Chief Counsel for the U.S Bureau of Export Administration (later, Bureau of Industry and Security). He also served on the White House task force charged with designing the organizational and operational structure of the MCC after its implementing legislation was passed by Congress and developed the template for the intergovernmental agreements (MCC Compacts) that are entered into between the U.S. government and recipient countries. While at MCC, Mr. Dyck and the Office of General Counsel were responsible for drafting and negotiating more than $2 billion in MCC Compacts with our partner countries, the first of which was signed by President Bush in a State Department signing ceremony in 2005.

Mr. Dyck started his legal career as a corporate and international lawyer in the Washington, D.C. and Austin offices of Baker Botts. Prior to law school, he lived in the Czech Republic, where he was the editor of the English language edition of the Prague News. He received a BA in Government from the University of Virginia and a JD from the University of Texas School of Law.