The People: May 16, 2011
16 May 2011
Parker Stremmel Legislative analyst, Ferrari Public Affairs Stremmel works on behalf of the firm’s clients during the 2011 Nevada Legislature. “Outcomes from this year’s legislative session are critical to the work of many Nevada companies, and Parker’s background and skills make him a perfect fit for our firm,” said Chris Ferrari, president of the company.
Pamela Joy Ring Chief marketing officer and director, BannerView.com Ring was president of Ring Retail Advisory LLC. She co-founded Gallery of History Inc., serving as the company’s COO and executive vice president, taking the company public. Ring has a bachelor’s degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s from NYU.
Denise Wilcox Founder, Wilcox Advisors Wilcox is a certified financial planner and an accredited investment fiduciary professional. She recently opened Wilcox Advisors, a registered investment advisory firm in Henderson. Her objective is to provide investment services without the pressures of a sales environment, she said.
Alexander Mirza is head of Caesars Hospitality Ventures and Caesars Global Life, two divisions of Caesars Entertainment Corp. that focus on nongaming development. Mirza was vice president and executive associate to Gary Loveman, CEO of Caesars Entertainment.
Dan Shrum is general manager of Hussong’s Cantina & Taqueria. Shrum was general manager of Red Square.
Ron Rubin, executive vice president of account services at the Glenn Group, has become a partner with the marketing communications firm. Rubin has a bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University.
Kathleen Frantz is director of development and marketing for the Atomic Testing Museum.
Kyle L. Edwards, president of Edwards Group, and Jerry Epstein president and CEO of Engaged Nation, are directors of 300 Stewart Avenue Corp., the nonprofit board overseeing the development, management and operations of the Las Vegas Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement - The Mob Museum.
Christina Royce is an associate in the litigation department of Ballard Spahr’s Las Vegas office. Royce earned her law degree from the Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, CA.
Lisa Kelly and Brittany Ives are development associates and Allen Grant and Markus Van’t Hul are senior account executives with Nevada Public Radio.
Mike Colburn is a sales representative for the Northwest, covering Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, for JCM Global. Cloburn was with Konami Gaming as a senior account executive for Las Vegas and Laughlin.
Carolyn Wassell of Wassell Academy is president; Michele Shafe of the Clark County Assessor’s Office is executive vice president; Robyn Ratcliffe Manzini is vice president of volunteer relations; John Lescenski of NV Energy is vice president of community relations; Bryce Clutts of Danoski Clutts Building Group LLC is treasurer; Carolyn Weaver of IPC-The Hospitality Co. is secretary; Rachel Bowe and Courtney Carr are all senior Girl Scout members-at-large; as well as Nancy Becker, Roger Buehrer, Steve Budin, Deborah Conway, Morgan Lea Dabney, Debi Gallo, Elana Graham, Debbie Levy and LuAnn Kutch are also all members-at-large of the Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada board of directors.
Brianna McCullough is vice president and marketing communications officer, Casey Floyd is assistant vice president and marketing campaign manager and Suken Shah is assistant vice president and online marketing manager for the Nevada State Bank. McCullough has worked with the Wynn Las Vegas, R&R Partners and Bank of America; Floyd was with Nevada Commerce Bank; and Shah has served as an adjunct professor of Internet marketing at UNLV.
Andrew Urban Jr. of the Nevada Virtual Law Office is now a director for ITNLas Vegas Valley.
Greg Brower, a partner with Snell & Wilmer, was elected to the board of the George Washington Law Alumni Association.
Michael Schultz of New York-New York, Stewart Patrick Fogerty of ARK Restaurant Corp., Candice Nichols of the Gay & Lesbian Center and Aurora Wong of the Hepatitis B Free Las Vegas coalition were named “Public Health Heroes” by the Southern Nevada Health District.
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