Public Leader in Advocacy
With over 24 years of experience serving those in need, Aaron stands as a leader by example in Southern Nevada. Aaron devotes his free time to the community. He believes people deserve leadership and role models they can stand behind. He’s helped guide at-risk youth, lent his hand to those who live with disabilities, and advocates for his fellow veterans.
In addition to serving the community, he has enjoyed success in the private sector with careers in property management, gaming operations, construction management and airline management. He’s also been fortunate to have made an impact on local students as an educator at CCSD, Faith Lutheran Junior High, and Faith Lutheran High School. In addition, he has been dedicated to public service where he served as a Clark County Juvenile Probation Officer and Founder/Executive Director for the Asperger’s Training, Employment and & Life Skills.
Aaron is passionate about giving back to those in need. He’s helped secure competitive employment for 173 adults with autism, high functioning disabilities, veterans and ex-felons. He’s an executive board member and vice president of the UNLV Veterans Alumni Group, Director at Large for the Nevada Republican Club, and an advisory board member for Heroes 4 Autism and the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce. He actively lends his support and expertise to Las Vegas community programs with his nonprofit and public service experience. Every year Aaron partners with UNLV Harrah’s College of Hospitality and holds an annual fundraiser for children and their families. Every Spring Participants join from Safe Nest (Domestic Violence), Foster Connect, Disabled Veterans and local Boys & Girls clubs for a relaxing day at Wet ‘n’ Wild water park.
February 3, 2021
UNLV Veterans Alumni Club Spring 21 Newsletter Click Here For any media contact, questions or comments, please contact UNLV Veterans Alumni Club President Bruno Moya, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 24, 2020
The UNLV Veterans Alumni is giving back to the community by supporting the efforts of the UNLV School of Medicine’s Military Medicine Group. The group of Alumni and medical students are putting together a care package for UMC resident physicians, who are at the front lines of the COVID-19 health services.