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.
Rosemarie Macklin has always felt that confidence played a huge role in her fashion style. The idea behind her beach cover-up brand Si Mee Collections (pronounced See Me) is that confidence and clothes go hand in hand.
“After working on my own relationship with money, it was really important to me to teach and share my knowledge with other women,”
Dr. Andrew M. Cash is a board-certified, fellowship-trained spine surgeon who founded the Desert Institute of Spine Care and Minimally Invasive Center of Excellence. Dr. Cash was recently awarded 2017 Man of the Year by DLXVRSN.
“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.”
The unique ability to communicate through media takes a special combination of passion, creativity and experience—mix that with a love for her community and that describes Kimberlie Chambers. As Founder and Executive Producer of DK Productions, Inc.
Try to imagine being 52 years old and being over $450,000 in debt. While you have a loving spouse and healthy children, you lost everything materially. This includes the 10,000-square-foot house, the Rolls Royce, limousine, household staff, driver and all of the luxuries taken for granted.
Professional career paths are filled with bumps and sometimes a switch in fields can lead to a perfect fit. Meghan Bailey, director of marketing and media for WellHealth Quality Care, is a perfect example of finding her niche in business through her work in social media.
For Dr. Eva Liang, improving eyesight for Southern Nevadans drives her work at Center For Sight, a leading eye care practice with multiple offices in the area.
Life has, unexpectedly, become a party for Melissa Ann Moore. She never thought she would switch paths while attending the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for her dream career in nursing. After working in health care for 10 years, life changed and two years later, she is the general manager of Las Vegas Party Rentals.