Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates Mexican independence and the discovery of America by Latinos while embracing the rich heritage of over 21 nations with a substantial Hispanic population. In Las Vegas, there are numerous activities to honor its culture and history.
Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance and Partners have launched BizCONNECT, a program to benefit businesses in the Las Vegas Valley.
After speaking with a family member who was a police officer, this Las Vegas-area police lieutenant pursued his advanced education while working full-time to prepare himself for his next career steps.
Christina Gaglione, a therapist at All About You Counseling and Support Services, discusses her education and career in the field of mental health.
Michael Smith, co-founder and CEO of Raster Media, is moving this Las Vegas technology company forward into IoT, an era of human-technology interaction where the human experience is the driver.
Julie Littmann, President of Temple Sinai and liaison for the Shenker Academy, decided after substitute teaching that she wanted to add an education degree to her bachelor’s in business.
Carly Webster Nelson, RN at Women’s Health Associates of Southern Nevada, is pursuing an advanced degree in her field in order to “care for patients with more complex cases.”
From intimate clubs to large venues, Southern Nevada features places to go to laugh and maybe even become part of the show.
Henderson, the second largest city in Nevada, is taking a proactive approach to economic development in creating employment.
William P. Moore II, after following his father’s sage advice to go into health care administration, has provided leadership and direction to hospitals and medical organizations for over 20 years.