Lori Brazfield administers $25 million per year in federal and state agency awards in the Nevada System of Higher Education in Las Vegas. With such responsibility, her education and M.B.A. has prepared her for this challenging position.
Irma Sison began her career as a medical doctor overseas but after returning home to the United States, she took a different career path in the organ and tissue transplant field.
According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, two out of every three private sector jobs are created by small businesses.
Edward Kravetz, Corporate Director of Security with Golden Gaming, has received specialized training as well as relies on his experience working in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Lo’Rece Mebane, Owner and Clinical Director of Mbrace Counseling and Behavioral Services, always had a passion to help people.
When it comes to health care, Connie Lively is one of the many people working in the field of organ transplants -managing its laboratory for Nevada Donor Network.
Karen Hayn followed both parents’ career path in technology, first as a civil engineer and then she transitioned into becoming a web developer and programmer.
Alexandra Lourdes is pursuing her doctorate in education with a goal of working with students at the college level, campus cultures and education reform.
The No. 1 industry in Southern Nevada remains leisure and tourism and according to several agencies, over 41 million visitors traveled, stayed and played in Las Vegas.
Danielle T. Bello, Ph.D., recently joined Cure 4 The Kids Foundation providing clinical psychology/neuropsychology services to patients of The Children’s Specialty Center of Nevada and The Hemophilia Treatment Center of Nevada.