MGM Resorts International was recognized as one of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises, according to the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.
The list honors corporations for leading supplier diversity initiatives.
The council recognized 62 corporations; MGM Resorts was the only Nevada-based company to earn a spot on the latest list. All were honored March 22-24 at the council’s Summit &Salute in Phoenix.
City National adds two to advisory board
City National Bank named Connie Brennan, owner/publisher/CEO and editor in chief of Nevada Business Magazine, and Nancy Wong, principal of Arcata and real broker-sales representative with Coldwell Banker Premier Realty, to its Southern Nevada Advisory Board.
Brennan served for 15 years as chief operating officer of Joyce Advertising, followed by two years with R&R Advertising, and branded numerous organizations throughout the state, nation and world.
Wong is a principal and corporate secretary/treasurer of Arcata Associates Inc., overseeing several aspects of the business including banking, risk management, information technology, communications/public relations, and facilities/leasing.
The bank has seven other business professionals serving on its advisory board in Southern Nevada, including Gary Goodheart, Fennemore Craig law firm; Peter Thomas, managing partner of the Thomas &Mack Co.; Allen Kaercher, managing partner of Kaercher Insurance; Joe Essa, president of Wolfgang Puck Worldwide; Dr. Russ Schroeder, managing partner of Ear, Nose and Throat Consultants of Nevada; Brad Peterson, senior vice president of CB Richard Ellis; and Fafie Moore, president and broker/owner, Realty Executives of Nevada.
Century 21 sales affiliate honored with award
Century 21 Real Estate LLC honored sales affiliate John Pope with the Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer Award.
The award, symbolizing the brand’s commitment to excellence, recognizes Pope’s dedication in making each client interaction positive.
To earn the award, an agent must receive completed customer surveys for at least 30 percent of their transactions from Jan. 1-Oct. 31, with an average survey score of at least 95 percent or better for two consecutive years.