Let’s Get To Work Las Vegas
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.”
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.
Passionate about creating social change, Anna Pikovsky Auerbach of the Moonridge Group, uses her dual major in psychology and business to find success in the nonprofit sector.
After a 25-year career as a performer, John Heffron decided his passion was in education, and now leads 15 classroom teachers, six specialists and about 250 students at Henderson International School.
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.