I’m excited for the professionalism that’s emerging in a tricky real estate market. There are no more free lunches in the investing space. The companies left know how to work harder, smarter and are more customer-friendly than ever before.
I think the biggest challenge facing Southern Nevada is balancing the needs of many sectors. As a nonprofit executive, I see Southern Nevada as a metropolitan area that’s still in it’s infancy.
As a Las Vegas resident, I believe water conservation is crucial to our future amidst the serious crisis and population growth in Las Vegas.
Scott Allen Frost is the CEO of Titan Brands Hospitality Group.
Dr. Ben Kermani , MD, is an internist and concierge doctor.
Important challanges for the valley are diversification of our economy, increasing the quality of our education and having better medical care for our community.
Kimberly Kindig is the CEO of Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada, a nonprofit focused on children and teens diagnosed with cancer serving Southern Nevada since 1978.
The biggest challenge from my wheelhouse is the accessibility to public art.
Much like the balance of the country, the inability to work together to solve common problems is a core issue. The pendulum always swings back, and I look forward to when bipartisanship is restored and our leaders and citizens can engage in productive dialogue addressing the myriad of challenges facing our community.