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.
Passion is what sets her apart. Nadin Cutter has been an attorney for over 10 years. For eight of those years, she has been the Managing Partner of Cutter Law Firm. While at Cutter Law Firm, Ms. Cutter has helped over 600 clients.
Lisa King has numerous careers, which she seamlessly intertwines during her very busy week. Her passions encompass a full gamut in a number of fields.
Ava Mucikyan, the founder of the Salt Room LV, is a true embodiment of the American dream. She was born and raised in Armenia, a country where a hierarchy of men and women still stands strong.
These People to Watch are proudly making their mark in our community. They prove that no dream is too big to follow by helping to provide the tools needed to master your mindset and pursue your passions.
These People To Watch are creating innovation in their professions while following their dreams. Some were born into it and have grown up to embrace their business; others made dramatic changes to create the life they love.
Scott and Dallyce are a dynamic husband and wife team who are dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and influencers elevate their influence, impact and income through mastering more effective communication skills.
These People To Watch in 2017 are all very passionate about their professions. Some always knew what they were going to do with their lives and others have made changes and transitions throughout the years.
“It really opened my eyes what seniors have to go through later in life, especially if they don’t have family nearby. This was a new time in her life and I didn’t know where to go if she had additional needs.”
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