Jaime Ellsworth, branch manager and escrow officer at Yavapai Title Agency in Prescott Valley, Ariz.
(Prescott Valley, Ariz – December 21, 2015) – Yavapai Title Agency is pleased to announce that its Prescott Valley branch manager Jaime Ellsworth, who also serves as an escrow officer for the team, has been selected as the Prescott Area Women’s Council of REALTOR’s Strategic Partner of the Year. Ellsworth was honored on December 10 during the organization’s annual installation luncheon at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center. Ellsworth was selected for the award for her annual support as well as her exceptional work serving on the organization’s special event committee throughout the year.
According to the Prescott Arizona Women’s Council of REALTORS, thanks in great part to Ellsworth’s help, the special events committee raised more than $4,800 at its annual Fashion Show, making it the biggest fundraising event of the year. The funds are being used to support Realtors® in the area with networking and personal growth opportunities.
Ellsworth has been a member of the Yavapai Title Agency team for three years. In addition to her work with the local Women’s Council of REALTORS, she likes spending time with her husband and two children.
About Yavapai Title Agency:
Since 1963, Yavapai Title Agency has been Yavapai County’s hometown title agency and real estate resource. Each of its eight busy offices across Yavapai County in Camp Verde, Chino Valley, Cottonwood, Prescott, Prescott Valley and Sedona are wholly focused on the company’s overarching mission to be “where excellence is tradition” and are preferred agents for Old Republic National Title Company, Title Resource Guarantee and First American Title Insurance Company. Active in the civic and business community, Yavapai Title Agency are proud members of local chambers of commerce, Land Title Association of Arizona, Women’s Council of REALTORS and many more. Similarly dedicated to giving back, through its Yavapai Title Home is Where the Heart is community outreach program, the organization empowers all of its team members in offices across the county to roll up their sleeves, join together and affect positive change in its own backyard. For more information, please visit www.YavapaiTitle.com.