Dan Dokovic Elected to Westminster College Board of Trustees

September 17, 2021

Dan Dokovic (’04) of Chesterfield, Missouri, has been elected to the Board of Trustees of Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. Dokovic is the Chief Executive Officer of Intelica CRE, a leader in commercial real estate ownership, marketing and management.

Founded in 2010, Intelica CRE employs 51 people and is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri with offices and service centers in Denver and Charlotte.

Dokovic has dedicated his career to building Intelica CRE from a small start-up to a company with more than $82 Million in transactions and over 3.6 Million square feet under management.

He started his career in a corporate real estate solution after graduating from Westminster College, where he was a member of the Kappa Alpha fraternity.

Dokovic has demonstrated his strong commitment to Westminster by providing opportunities for employment and internships for today’s Westminster students. He has also started a scholarship for students in need to be able to attend the college.

For his contributions to the business community, Mr. Dokovic has been named 40 under 40 by the St. Louis Business Journal in 2019 and American Business Journals Top 100 Commercial Real Estate Influencers.  He has also been inducted into the Midwest Real Estate News Hall of Fame.  Mr. Dokovic is a frequent contributor to Forbes Magazine, writing about commercial real estate trends that are shaping the nation.  Mr. Dokovic is also an active member of the St. Louis chapter of Young Presidents Organization (YPO).

Dokovic lives in Chesterfield, Missouri with his wife Elizabeth Dokovic (’06) and two children.

The Westminster Board of Trustees exercises the ultimate institutional authority in the management of the affairs of the College. Trustees give of their time, talent and resources to safeguard the traditions, assets, and values of the College; ensure the College’s strategic direction and mission are followed and its enhanced capacity to serve society is met and provide oversight and guidance for the activities of the College. 

Founded in 1851, Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri is one of the top liberal arts colleges in America, according to major educational ranking firms, including U.S. News & World Report, Forbes magazine, The Princeton Review and Washington Monthly. Westminster is a challenging academic environment where students receive the kind of one-on-one instruction and support needed to find the power in their purpose. Ninety-six percent of Westminster graduates start their first job or enroll in graduate or professional schools within six months of graduation. 

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