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- Food Retailers Keep Employment Steady In Las Vegas Food retailers are still remaining stable with hiring and maintaining employees in its retail and wholesale centers.
- Education Director Finds Psychology Degree Valuable In Las Vegas Marcus Lam, director of admissions and recruitment for The International School of Hospitality, uses his degree in psychology to help clients and students navigate school and the growing industry.
- CFO Obtains His M.B.A. To Keep His Las Vegas Business Going Strong Las Vegas CFO Scott Stewart uses his M.B.A. to keep the financial health of Women's Health Associates of Southern Nevada strong.
- History Teacher In Las Vegas Continues A Family Tradition Raised in a family of educators, Dr. Colleen Slater brings history alive by teaching about it at The Meadows School as well as working with students in the Women’s Empowerment Club.
- Business Owner Switches Career To Security To Keep Las Vegas Residents Safe When Keli Wilson took her family to an amusement park, she experienced the terror of separation from her children. Wilson decided to focus on ways to protect people in the field of security.
- Las Vegas CTO Keeps Up With The Trends And Creates Jobs Michael Frechette has worked in the field of information technology for 25 years, as well as serving on several committees to help others to enter the field of technology.
- Technology Jobs Continue To Grow In Las Vegas While most would agree the field of technology is growing, there is more to the industry that being educated and then actually working on technology.
- Las Vegas Attorney Obtains M.B.A. To Specialize In Law Joshua O. Igeleke, Jr. recently joined the Las Vegas law firm of Hutchison & Steffen, with a law degree and M.B.A., to work with clients in business law.
- Las Vegas COO Shares Gratitude, Experience And Education With Others John Seeland, COO for Las Vegas Recovery Center, credits both his 29 years of personal recovery and higher education to help others restore their lives.
- Teacher Is Las Vegas Is Recipient Of Teacher Of The Year Award Tracy Viscosi, assistant principal at Nevada Learning Academy in the Clark County School District, was awarded the Walmart Teacher of the Year in 2004, and continues with her passion for education.