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.
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.
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.
Eric Michael, owner of Solar Security, works with both private and professional clients in handling security needs.
Nicole Ann Cavenagh, Ph.D., Director of the Touro University Nevada Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities works in the field of pediatrics helping children and their families.
Henry Liu is the CEO of Full Spectrum Laser which makes 3D printers in Las Vegas through advanced technology. With advanced degrees, he was able to launch his small business into a 10 million dollar company with over 30 employees.
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.