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.
A former Vegas Golden Knight sold his Summerlin home for $11 million, while a current Golden Knight sold his Summit Club lot for $7.5 million.
Most of my reading is directly related to the fundamentals of flying, along with Federal Aviation Administration regulations as I am obtaining my PPL (private pilot license).
Las Vegas has a lot to offer for new business owners. However, it’s difficult to find and retain quality staff.
The huge influx of people moving from states with a higher cost of living making our community unaffordable to those already struggling.
I would say the biggest challenge facing Southern Nevada right now is how we will move forward with business and development in the almost-post-COVID world we now live in.
I truly believe many of our problems — inflation, crime, economy, homelessness — can be solved if we start at the source: lack of education.