In a town like Las Vegas, which constantly renews and reinvents itself, it can be uncommon to find someone who remembers what the city looked like back in the days of vintage Vegas. Monte Smith, chair emeritus of United Way of Southern Nevada’s Women’s Leadership Council, is one of those people.
Take the time you need to get rid of stuff or put things in their places. There is plenty to be stressed out over—don’t let messiness be one of them.
While steeped in the dopamine ether of new love, it can be easy to get swept up by the intensity of chemistry and connection. New love is wildly exhilarating.
Dr. Jennifer Baynosa often heard as a child that one day she would find a nice man, fall in love, get married and have a family.
I am not just talking about having standards with men or women, things you buy or hotels you stay at, but more like having a standard blueprint for life
I love to inspire women to step out and just do it; conquer whatever is holding them back and to reach their goals, whether it is becoming a better speaker, leader, influencer or taking on that big, scary task they always meant to accomplish but didn’t quite have the courage to face
Linda Smith, most well known for her role as senior executive vice president at Opportunity Village, has made her mark in the world of charitable organizations, having raised almost half a billion dollars in her time there and millions more for nonprofits
As a resident of Las Vegas for over 31 years, Galit knew that after graduating from UNLV she wanted to work for herself. Galit, with her brother and father, started her own commercial real estate company at the age of 22.
Kimberly Malloy is a licensed marriage and family therapist with the state of Nevada currently in private practice. She serves as the CIO (Chief Inspirational Officer) for the Center for Relational Health LV.
Debra Newell is originally from Orange County, CA, where she studied interior design and opened Ambrosia Interior Design 35 years ago.