The Dove Center, which works to aid and advocate for survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and educate the public, announced its Aaron Edgley as a new addition to its Board of Trustees.

The Dove Center has stated that domestic violence and sexual assault are not just “womens’ issues”.  By having both men and women involved in the organization, they are demonstrating the commitment to address the challenging issues regardless of gender.

“I’m grateful the Dove Center is giving me the opportunity to serve.  This is a great cause and a great organization.  I’m going to do everything I can to support their mission as a member of their Board.” Stated Edgley.

The Dove Center serves anyone who has experienced domestic violence, and they value having a variety of voices on their board in order to better help those in need.

R. Neil Walter, CEO of NAI Excel stated, “We are excited to have Aaron serving on the Dove Center Board of Trustees.  The Dove Center is an integral part of the community filling a critical need.  This is a great opportunity to give back and Aaron will do a fantastic job.”

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New members of the Dove Center board of directors stand with board of directors president Ruth Weniger, pictured, left to right, Jon Bacon, Bill Bluhm, Ruth Weniger, Ross Johnston and Aaron Edgley, St. George, Utah, June 24, 2019 | Photo courtesy of the Dove Center, St. George News

Aaron Edgley, MBA

Aaron has extensive marketing and sales experience within the professional and collegiate sports industry, and has spent time creating and implementing business strategies for a variety of large organizations within.

He also has spent time in the finance and accounting world, with experience analyzing investment opportunities, forming start-up technology projects and consulting with small businesses.

Aaron brings to NAI Excel a hard-working, client centered approach to deal making; as well as the ability to apply critical thinking to complex problems. Originally from the East Coast, Aaron and his family have fallen in love with Saint George, its weather and the active lifestyle living here affords.

About NAI Excel

NAI Excel was formed in 2001 from a joint venture between Southern Utah’s oldest commercial team and largest commercial brokerage firm, ERA Brokers Consolidated Commercial Division, and the premier commercial brokerage in Salt Lake City, NAI Utah. Originally NAI Utah Southern Region, we became NAI Excel better reflecting our commitment to helping clients excel in real estate across the Intermountain West.

NAI Vegas joined the NAI Global network of owners in 2011 giving us greater capacity to assist you both locally and across the world. Within NAI Vegas, The Sauter Multifamily Group continues to dominate its specialty practice while other broker teams lead the industrial, office, retail, and land sectors. Our global services platform provides an expansive and responsive structure enabling us to deliver superior results for owners, investors, and businesses.

NAI Excel and NAI Vegas are subsidiaries of Brokers Holdings, LLC. Brokers Holdings owns and operates both residential and commercial brokerages. It operates its residential brokerages under the ERA Brokers Consolidated brand and is licensed in Utah, Nevada, and Arizona. It operates its commercial brokerages under the NAI brand and is licensed in Utah, Nevada, and Idaho. With over 300 agents and staff, Brokers Holdings closes over 3,000 transactions worth nearly $1 billion in value each year and manages over $250 million in assets.