CAA Donates to Mentoring Network
Commercial Asset Advisors is pleased to announce a donation to Boys to Men Mentoring Network. The donation to this nonprofit organization was made in recognition of the volunteer work by Cameron Aldrich with Chicago Title San Diego.
CAA works closely and collaboratively with Aldrich, who is Vice President of Local & National Accounts in San Diego for the title company.
“Cameron is a person who gives back to the community in many ways, and we wanted to recognize and support his volunteer work,” said Mike Conger, Principal of CAA. “Through mentorship, we can support youths as they pursue careers – including in the commercial real estate industry – and help them achieve their dreams.”
The mission of Boys to Men Mentoring is to build communities of male role models who, through consistent group mentoring, encourage and empower teenage boys to follow their dreams.
Every week, mentors show up at middle schools, high schools, and community centers to give teenage boys a community of men who listen, encourage, and empower them. Approximately 40% of the boys participating in the programs are growing up without a father present in their life.
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Commercial Asset Advisors is a San Diego-based commercial real estate brokerage that specializes in serving the unique needs of individual private clients, as well as family offices, corporate, institutional, nonprofit and national organizations. As a full-service CRE firm, our team has assisted property owners from Central San Diego, North County, East County, South County and beyond to maximize the value of their investments including office, retail, industrial, apartment and multi—family, mixed-use projects, ground-up development tenant representation and much more. With experience earned through exceptional hard work, CAA has successfully completed over 1,400 sale and lease transactions totaling over $500 million in consideration. CAA provides unmatched customer service and strategic advice in all areas, asset types, and transaction structures.