Bank of Nevada is proud to announce the promotion of Bill Oakley to executive vice president. Oakley has spent more than 25 years in the financial services industry and has underwritten, structured and negotiated more than $2 billion in commercial real estate loans.
Sylvia Wolf joined Nevada Health Centers Foundation in the fall of 2017 as its new development officer.
Nevada State Bank has promoted Erica Benson Suciu to vice president and private banking officer with The Private Bank by Nevada State Bank. In her new role, she is responsible for providing high-net worth clients with personalized attention and a full range of financial services.
The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance has announced that Clark County School District Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky has joined its board of directors, known as the LVGEA 50. Retiring in June, he will represent CCSD on the board while the search for the district’s next superintendent continues.
Nevada State Bank welcomes the addition of wealth advisers Peter Cox and Nicholas DeGeorge to its Nevada Wealth Advisors team. As wealth advisers, Cox and DeGeorge will provide clients with financial planning, insurance needs and investment portfolio management.
Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center announces that Karla Ramberger , DNP, RN, NEA-BC is its new chief nursing officer. With a demonstrated track record of improving patient and employee engagement, reducing turnover and achieving quality goals, Ramberger is a distinguished champion of patient-centered care and the nursing practice.
Kaempfer Crowell, a law firm with offices in Las Vegas, Reno and Carson City, today announced that Deonne Contine has joined the firm following a three-and-a-half year appointment as executive director of the Nevada Department of Taxation.
SpeedVegas, the one-of-a-kind supercar driving experience, is proud to announce Johnny McMahon has been named president and chief operating officer. Since joining the SpeedVegas team in 2017, McMahon has overseen all aspects of the track and operations, helping guide the company to one of its strongest quarters to date.
Bank of Nevada has announced Philip Potamitis as executive vice president, commercial lending.