Tamzen K. Stringham, a range land and riparian ecologist at the University of Nevada, Reno, received the Sustained Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Society for Range Management at the society’s annual meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Lexicon Bank has promoted Hilary Nelson as its new senior vice president and director of operations and compliance.
CenterWell Senior Primary Care has announced the addition of two new bilingual physicians to its Henderson center. The senior-focused primary care facility welcomes Dr. Angela Ortega-Bermudez and Dr. Clarissa BarrettoKo . With more than 29 years shared experience, both doctors will be serving patients, including those speaking Spanish and Tagalog, at the Henderson location, at 390 W. Lake Mead Parkway, Suite 120. Prior to joining CenterWell, Dr. Ortega-Bermudez and Dr. BarrettoKo provided care at Nevada Family Care.
Ben Tobin has recently been promoted to president of the Las Vegas division of Brown Brown. Prior to this, he had been promoted to vice president of sales one year earlier.
The city of North Las Vegas has hired Steve Manley, a 25 year veteran of the events and entertainment industry, as general manager of The Amp at Craig Ranch Regional Park. Opened in 2015, The Amp is the only large-scale outdoor amphitheater in the valley located inside Craig Ranch Regional Park with seating capacity up to 6,800.
Braintrust, a certified minority-owned business and leading integrated marketing agency with offices in Las Vegas, Nashville, New York and Los Angeles, has announced the recent promotions of Katie Stambaugh to vice president of finance and operations, and Sara Hall to vice president of client services.
Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada welcomes Anne Browne , a certified fundraising executive (CFRE), as the chapter’s vice president, development and marketing. Browne is responsible for generating revenue through individuals, special events and corporate donors. She oversees all development and marketing activities and ensures that they are consistent with the organization’s mission, programs and policies.
Michael Jerums, city of North Las Vegas automotive equipment mechanic, was awarded the 2021 Emergency Vehicle Technician of the Year Award, honoring him as the top public safety fleet technician in the country. Jerums, a city employee since 2006, was recognized by the Fire Department Safety Officers Association (FDSOA) at the annual Apparatus Symposium on Jan. 10 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Southern Nevada Senior Law Program, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which provides free, legal services to senior residents of Southern Nevada aged 60 and older, has announced its board of directors.
Steve Westerman has been named vice president of Cox Business, Las Vegas. He leads sales and leadership efforts in the Southern Nevada commercial market, including small, medium and large businesses, government and community institutions.