Let’s Get To Work Las Vegas
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.
Michael Terpin decided to enter the field of technology 25 years ago. While his two brothers have degrees in technology, Terpin realized that high-tech needs a good publicist.
As part of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges in Las Vegas, former College Professor Martha-Elin Blomquist, Ph.D now works with the courts on the juvenile drug court program areas.
With her master’s degree in education and business degree, she is able to provide a needed service for the tourist industry which is vital to the economy of Las Vegas.
Jon Perry, combines business and technology in the cutting-edge alarm monitoring and surveillance solutions industry.
Vance Farrow, Industry Specialist for the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development works to recruit, retain and expand social, human and heath care services in Nevada.
William Evans is fulfilling his own destiny as an educator and truly believes that he is making a difference in the lives of his students.
Brian Oxhorn, director and assistant professor in the College of Nursing at Roseman University, teaches nurses, both new to the field and those looking to advance, using his vast experience and education.
Thomas Alfreda, Jr., DO manages more than his medical practice. As team doctor for the Las Vegas Wranglers and numerous television appearances, he has quite the portfolio.