Cover photo
Aaron DelSignore
Henderson, Nevada, resident Aaron DelSignore is an active outdoorsman and athlete who enjoys biking the trails and roads of Southern Nevada and hiking the region’s magnificent natural parks and recreational areas in his spare time. An experienced finance manager with a very prominent international firm, Aaron DelSignore assists clients around the world with fiscal issues. Outside of his professional duties, Aaron DelSignore believes in maintaining a healthy lifestyle and helping other individuals in finding their paths in life.

Aaron DelSignore maintains a strict health food diet, supplementing his sensible eating habits with regular workouts at the gym, bike rides, and hiking excursions. A former amateur boxer, Aaron DelSignore draws from his time training for bouts, fueling his competitive nature and his athletic habitudes.

A model community citizen, Aaron DelSignore frequently volunteers with at-risk adolescents, encouraging them to make positive decisions in life, avoid drugs, and never give up on their dreams. Aaron DelSignore is a proponent of ministry work and as such supports the St. Thomas More Social Ministry Program, which oversees social justice and humanitarian projects in the Las Vegas area, around the country, and in impoverished nations, like Belize and Haiti. A charitable contributor to Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada, Aaron DelSignore supports a number of services through the organization, including programs serving Nevada’s Clark, Esmeralda, Nye, Lincoln, and White Pine counties. Additionally, Aaron DelSignore networks with like-minded individuals as a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Italian American Club of Southern Nevada.

As an ardent conservationist Aaron DelSignore considers his time exploring the great outdoors of significant value. As such, Aaron DelSignore campaigns on behalf of Don’t Trash Nevada, a movement to keep Southern Nevada clear of garbage and debris. Aaron DelSignore and other Don’t Trash Nevada advocates strongly endorse efforts such as reporting dumping on public lands, properly disposing of residential and commercial waste, and recycling.