Carson City, NV – Nevada Builders Alliance, the state’s largest professional organization representing the construction industry and affiliated sectors, has announced Jaron Hildebrand as its new executive director, heading into the new year. With more than a decade of experience representing, leading and advocating for a variety of Nevada professional organizations, Hildebrand will lead Nevada Builders Alliance as it continues to build a better Nevada.
“For many years, Jaron has proven that he’s a talented leader with the utmost respect of our colleagues and community,” said Jim Feser, board president of the Nevada Builders Alliance. “Under his leadership, we look forward to further supporting our thousand-plus members throughout the state, as well as further fostering the next generation of Nevada’s builders. We’re lucky to have him as our executive director as we begin a new year and new chapter at Nevada Builders Alliance.”
Hildebrand’s experience includes many of Nevada’s vital businesses and professions, including his leadership and guidance at the Nevada Trucking Association and the Nevada State Medical Association. Additionally, Hildebrand has advocated for organizations like the Retail Energy Supply Association, Nevada Craft Brewers Association, the Nevada Petroleum and Geothermal Society, and more at the state legislature. Hildebrand graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in political science. He’s also a member of several Nevada professional groups and has served on the board of the Nevada Cancer Coalition and Your Nevada Doctor.
Hildebrand joins the Nevada Builders Alliance as the state and construction industry continue to grapple with supply chain and affordable housing issues. As an advocate for its member businesses, Hildebrand will serve a vital role in ensuring the industry has a voice in matters related to workforce development, permitting, land use, health and safety, and more.
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