Caleb Dawkins joined J.P. Morgan as vice president and founding member of its new Las Vegas Private Bank business. In this role, Caleb works closely with entertainers, athletes and tech entrepreneurs, advising them on financial strategies designed to grow, manage and preserve their wealth for the generations to come. As a banker, Caleb delivers guidance across the entirety of his clients’ balance sheet — investing, banking, strategic borrowing and effective estate planning to address philanthropic and family goals.
North Las Vegas Fire Department’s newest crime fighter has four legs and a keen sense of smell giving her a nose-up on arsonists. K9 Jersey , a 2-year old female yellow labrador retriever originally raised to be disability assistance canine, is the department’s first accelerant detection specialist. Jersey and Fire Investigator/K9 handler Capt. Darcy Loewen recently graduated from the State Farm Arson Dog Training Program in New Hampshire and bring a valuable set of skills to the Nevada fire service.
Meadows Bank announced the retirement of Selma Bartlett. She ended her 67-year career as a bank officer in Las Vegas on April 30.
Credit One Bank, a data-driven financial services company based in Las Vegas, has announced the promotions of five outstanding employees as the bank continues to expand its corporate leadership team.
Sahara Las Vegas has announced the appointment of Candice Zabelny to senior national sales manager. Zabelny joins the property with more than 20 years of experience in hospitality sales in Las Vegas and proven success directing sales teams to create one-of-a-kind events. Zabelny will play a key role in the development of events and conventions across the property’s 80,000 square feet of meeting space as plans are made to begin safely welcoming back groups to the property.
Novatio has announced that Dr. Brian J. Carr, MD, has joined its team as an orthopaedic surgeon and robotic-assisted surgery specialist.
Goodwill of Southern Nevada (Goodwill) has announced the addition of Christopher White and Lauren Westerfield to its board of directors. White, the chief operating officer for Brooklyn Bowl, has extensive experience in business operations and will offer vital insight to the board. Westerfield, a seasoned marketing, entertainment and hospitality executive, brings 15 years of experience in marketing and branding to her new role and will help guide the nonprofit organization’s communication efforts.
Danielle Lougheed has been promoted to assistant vice president, branch manager, for the Nevada State Bank at 498 Williams Ave. in Fallon. She previously was the branch’s assistant branch manager.