As an advocate and advisor for companies who lease or own real estate, Mr. Ashley has worked for 16 years to help business leadership translate business strategy into real estate solutions that helps not only cut cost but boost profits. He believes that real estate can enable high level business performance and, when properly executed, serve to differentiate smart companies from their competition. He applies a strategic, yet common sense approach to delivering results oriented solutions to clients. This approach allows C&W to develop long-term consultative relationships focused on a high level real estate strategy rather than simply “finding space.”
Mr. Ashley is regularly a top producer in the Atlanta marketplace and around the nation. Mr. Ashley is a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) where he served as the 2009 Georgia Chapter President. Also he has earned his CCIM designation and is a member of the leading industry organization, CoreNet, where he serves as a regular speaker in front of global directors of real estate. He has spoken at the last eight CoreNet Global Summits and has ranked in the top 10% of all faculties garnering the CoreNet “Luminary” award. He has also earned the coveted Masters of Commercial Real Estate (MCR) designation from CoreNet, which denotes specialized competence and recognized Mr. Ashley as an expert in corporate real estate.
Mr. Ashley is a twelve-year, Phoenix Member of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors Million Dollar Club and a 1990 graduate of the University of Georgia receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration. He is the recipient of C&W’s 2003 and 2009 Service Excellence Award, C&W Atlanta Deal of the Year in 2007, and 2008.
Mr. Ashley, an Eagle Scout, serves on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts where he is one of 20 members of their National Properties Committee. He is a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award, the highest award a local council can bestow upon a volunteer. Mr. Ashley also serves on the Board of Governors for the City Club of Buckhead. He attends Alpharetta First United Methodist Church where he serves on the Nominating committee. He and his wife, and four children reside in the Atlanta suburb of Dunwoody.