As veterans’ coordinator for Vegas PBS and Staff Sergeant in the National Guard, Annie Emprima-Martin sees the opportunities available to our country’s veterans and advocates their pursuit of advanced degrees.
After working in the construction industry as an executive for 22 years, Gary Siroky became president of INVIEW labs, a Las Vegas-based technology development company.
With revitalization comes employment. The north end of the Las Vegas Strip is thriving with the opening of SLS Las Vegas and the planning of several high-end resorts.
Timothy M. Lam, founding member and executive director of the International School of Hospitality, discusses his passion for the hospitality industry and his belief in the power of higher education to open doors in the field.
Las Vegas nurse, professor and founder of the Nevada Tobacco Users’ Helpline, Dr. Elizabeth Fildes is passionate about the nursing profession and helping people in their struggle to quit smoking.
Theater is thriving in Las Vegas with touring and resident shows along with original works and interpretations of humorous and insightful plays that inspire and entertain.
Artists and other creative types have created The Las Vegas Arts District in the neighborhood known as 18b. This eclectic neighborhood features arts, food, historic buildings redesigned and offers a feel of Las Vegas combining the past of the neighborhood with the 21st century.
Ever wondered what it would be like to take a tour in the African Rainforest, ride a train in the 20th century or shoot a Tommy gun? There are museums in Southern Nevada that can offer a tour throughout the centuries for all interests.
Downtown Las Vegas has been transformed from its fading past to a hip, urban area which is attractive to both locals and tourists.
Finance is another word for money and anyone entering any business enterprise in a management position needs to understand the responsibility of budgets, loans and profits.