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.
These incredible women who are residents of Southern Nevada demonstrate their love for their families as well as their community.
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.
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).
Le Hua, M.D., is the director of the Mellen Program for Multiple Sclerosis at the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health (ClevelandClinic.org/BrainHealth) and staff neurologist at Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
Inspiration and a love of family describe these incredible women that are part of the community of Southern Nevada.
Jayme Martinez Richardson has worked hard to reach her goals and work in criminal justice. Today she is a law clerk at Patti, Sgro, Lewis and Roger.
She is the director of production for On Stage Enterprises, which owns all of the “Legends in Concert” shows nationally including the residency show at the Flamingo Las Vegas.
As vice president finance and treasurer at Caesars Entertainment, she directly manages an operating expense budget of $120 million and oversees treasury, investor relations and risk management.