McKenzie Chambers was lucky enough to grow up with an incredible role model, mentor and someone who inspires her. Her mother, Kimberlie Chambers, is the founder and executive producer of DK Productions, Inc, Nevada’s premier film and video production company established in 1990 with partner and film director Dimitri Sotirakis.
“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.”
In 2014, Tracy Gallegos was featured on the cover of Las Vegas Woman magazine and at the time was an associate in the national law firm of Fox Rothschild LLP. Today, Gallegos has been elevated to partner at the firm and continues her career primarily in transactional law.
Seth Grabel is many things to many people including an illusionist, magician, acrobat and actor with comedic overtones. As a performer, Grabel is also finding ways to continually astound and amaze his audience.
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
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.
These People To Watch in 2017 have all faced challenges, found a way and will continue to shine in the coming years. With different career paths and life experiences, these People To Watch demonstrate their passion, determination and fortitude as well as a desire to help others and their community.
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.
“I meet people where they are at within themselves and I uncover the root of what stands in their way. The tools I teach bring extraordinary lasting results to my clients immediately,”
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.