Q: What are you reading?
A: I enjoy John C. Maxwell books, such as “No Limits,” to motivate and inspire myself to have my own business. Although, John Grisham law-based books always fascinate me and I am currently reading The “Rooster Bar.”
Q: What is your favorite restaurant? Where do you take clients to dinner?
A: Carla Pellegrino’s Bratalian has the best pork chops in town. I am a steak and potatoes fan, so I love to bring clients to Echo & Rig and sit on the patio. Also, I frequent Lola’s Southern Cuisine weekly to get my “made-like-Mom” fix.
Q: Where do you work out or play your favorite sport?
A: Cheering on games. Being from Dallas we had many sport options. So excited we now have the Golden Knights and the Raiders to support! I love the pride, energy and spirit, a home team creates in our community. It’s also my goal to find a balance of work and stress relief. I hope to somewhat master aerial yoga at Absolute Balance. Of course, on a beautiful Vegas day, I am enjoying Red Rock!
Q: How do you decompress after a hard week?
A: Most of my time is spent networking and hosting events with clients, so I enjoy having a relaxing glass of wine with my girlfriends in Summerlin or going to concerts at T-Mobile. Shopping therapy does wonders too!
Q: What is the biggest challenge facing Las Vegas in the next five years?
A: Due to Vegas’ rapid growth and the addition of sports teams: education and health care; although I am pleased to work with clients whose mission it is to improve quality of life and access to care and resources. I am also grateful both my kids are now in college, after successful 12 years in the public Clark County School District system.
Q: What do you like most about Las Vegas?
A: Philanthropy. Vegas is a small town and definitely supports its own as we all want to strive to build the best community we can for our children. Being involved with a lot of charities myself, it is fulfilling being surrounded by so many compassionate Vegans willing to volunteer time and services.