In 1949 only 5.5% of entering medical school students were women, with 6% of the physician workforce comprised of women. In 2017, the Association of American Medical Colleges reported that the number of women enrolled in medical schools exceeded the number of men for the first time. Now, nearly 40% of working physicians are women.
This year has already been a historic year for women in Nevada. We have celebrated the first female-majority state legislature in the history of our country, and locally, we have welcomed Ms. Kyle B. Rahn as the first female president and CEO of United Way of Southern Nevada.
The Darling Tennis Center (officially Amanda and Stacy Darling Tennis Center) is a multi-court facility. This is the place created to foster a love of tennis regardless of skill as well as place for the community to come together at the public courts.
How Perseverance, Determination and Drive Led This Las Vegas Local to the Job of Her Dreams
For those who miss the live music scene in Las Vegas, there is great news. “Raiding the Rock Vault” is back and opens at Vinyl inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on March 11.
McKenzie Chambers was lucky enough to grow up with an incredible role model, mentor and someone who inspires her. Her mother, Kimberlie Chambers, is the founder and executive producer of DK Productions, Inc, Nevada’s premier film and video production company established in 1990 with partner and film director Dimitri Sotirakis.
By the time she turned 5 years old, Dr. Allison McNickle, now an assistant professor in the UNLV School of Medicine Department of Surgery, says her parents sensed that one day she would be a physician.
We all have the big dream or goal that we strive for daily. Perhaps we are looking to make a mark in the industry we work in, receive a job promotion or even pay off debt.
At the age of 22, I attended real estate school at the same time I was completing my business degree. It was more common at the time for those in my graduating class to get a job and work for someone straight out of college.
Did you know that social connection with colleagues and clients is good medicine for our bodies and our businesses? While an apple a day definitely has merits for keeping the doctor away, research shows that positive social engagement also has a powerful effect on our immune systems.