Las Vegas might have experienced a sunny winter, but flowers bloom in the desert in spring and so does fashion. Stylist and publisher of LV Style Couture magazine, Laura Rubeli, shares tips to make any wardrobe trendy for 2015.
Las Vegas CFO Scott Stewart uses his M.B.A. to keep the financial health of Women’s Health Associates of Southern Nevada strong.
Food retailers are still remaining stable with hiring and maintaining employees in its retail and wholesale centers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The 2014-15 season continues with theater productions including touring Broadway performances on college campuses and arts districts celebrating life, exploring jealousy and breaking the fourth wall.
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.
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.