The biggest challenges facing Southern Nevada are the opioid crisis, untreated Hepatitis C, HIV and sexually transmitted infections.
Currently, I’m reading “Multipliers” by Liz Wiseman, which is a business book focused on leadership and growing people.
The mass influx of people to our region, combined with shrinking resources, remains our region’s biggest challenge.
I think one of the biggest challenges Nevada faces is the mental health crisis. After COVID, it is even more prevalent.
One of the biggest challenges that is prevalent at both a national and local scale is the shortage of skilled laborers.
I believe that we have one of the most progressive state governments in the USA. The American entrepreneurial spirit is alive in Nevada.
Las Vegas has always been a place to reinvent yourself; that needs to be true for local communities, organizations and communities in order to face challenges head on rather than scramble for a solution.
The biggest challenge facing Southern Nevada is reaching an agreement with surrounding states to address the water situation the West is facing.
Economic diversification continues to be a widespread challenge for Southern Nevada. For too long the economy in Las Vegas has been solely built on tourism. But there is so much more the city and region have to offer.
There are many demographics to homelessness, and each one has to be addressed specifically to ascertain the barriers keeping them homeless.