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Bill Hanson named to 2018 NAI Global Leadership Board

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NAI James E Hanson’s president William C Hanson has been named to the Strategic Leadership Committee for the 2018 NAI Global Leadership Board, the brokerage firm recently announced.

“We are very pleased to have Bill Hanson in this important role,” Jay Olshonsky, president of NAI Global, said. “The success of NAI James E. Hanson is a testament to his leadership skills and vision. His legacy of success will enable him to work with the members of the committee to proactively chart a path for NAI Global’s continued development and growth into 2018 and beyond.”

As part of the committee, Hanson will develop and manage new strategic initiatives alongside other NAI Global members. And as part of the NAI Global Leadership Board, Hanson joins a team that will aim to raise profitability, professionalism, technical capabilities and standards of practice.

“Since its founding in 1978, NAI Global has grown to be one of the world’s largest and most successful commercial real estate brokerages,” Hanson said. “NAI James E. Hanson has been honored to have been a member of this network since day one. Under the guidance of the Strategic Leadership Committee and the Leadership Board, the NAI Global network has become the gold standard for commercial real estate profitability, professionalism, capability, integrity and standards of practice. I look forward to continuing this proud tradition and guiding the network into 2018 and beyond.”

NAI James E Hanson is based out of Hackensack.

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