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.
Find what you love to do and you will never work a day in your life,” describes both the business and passion of Roger Bennett.
As an agent for New York and Registered Representative for NYLIFE Securities LLC, James works with clients with services including retirement planning and asset protection strategies using annuities, life insurance, long-term care insurance and employee benefits for small businesses.
An inspiration to those who know him, Roger Owens moved to Las Vegas to have fun while working in the hospitality industry. A part of the community since 1984, there were some personal obstacles, but Owens overcame them and today is the director for catering and events sales for SpringHill Suites as well as a well-respected real estate agent for Signature Real Estate Group.
Through hard work, innovation and a drive to make a difference, next year’s People to Watch are leading their industries and leaving a lasting mark within our community.
Desiree Reed-Francois will become the new University of Nevada, Las Vegas athletics director on June 1 and is the first Hispanic female athletics director at the FBS level.
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.
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.
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.
Makeup in the 702 provides on-location hair and makeup for all occasions, including photos and special events for all ethnicities and ages. The girls at Makeup in the 702 love what they do because they are helping to make the world a more beautiful place, one face at a time.