Teaching others to fulfill their potential

Working in Nevada to conserve our energy Denee Evans is the Executive Director of EnergyFit Nevada, the state’s nonprofit sponsor of Home Performance with ENERGY...

There are many misconceptions about homeless teens, but Lisa Preston, executive director at Street Teens, can explain the facts.

Stacey Ranieri, owner of Ranieri Construction, is a licensed general contractor and licensed Realtor who really enjoys building, remodeling and selling buildings in Las Vegas. She followed the path of her father, who was a superintendent for large construction firms.

Michelle French: Patrolling the slopes, fighting fires By Debbie Hall In the world of mountain safety, Michelle French is a rare find—especially among the ski community....

The use of land can be a very detailed and complicated process but Lucy Stewart has over 30 years experience in providing land use...

ikki Ferraro, like many women, juggles several facets of her life. She is one of the owners of Pizza Forte with locations in Sunset Station and Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

Melissa Arias, executive director of Epicurean Charitable Foundation, has a passion to better the community of Las Vegas starting with its future leaders. ECF awards college scholarships to local Clark County students who otherwise may not even attend college and provides each recipient with a mentor from the ECF board for the duration of his or her education.

Amy Meyer never expected the path her life would take, which included making Las Vegas her home and dedicating her life to public service, now as a founder and president of WHY Ranch (White Horse Youth Ranch).

These Fearless Females make a difference with children, veterans and the use of land.
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