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Russell Rosenblum serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors. He has built numerous companies, including PCI Communications in 1989, and World Web LTD, in 1994, which was one of the first major ISPs and major web developers in Washington, DC. In 2000, Mr. Rosenblum graduated first in his law class at American University’s Washington College of Law and opened a law firm representing startup businesses, followed by a title company, which was subsequently sold. In 2002, Mr. Rosenblum was one of the first Five Guys Burgers franchisees, which for a time was the largest franchisee of Five Guys Burgers in the country; he still owns the Five Guys rights to Nevada. Mr. Rosenblum and his wife Anne Mazzola, recently organized the Rosenblum Family Foundation, and are active in philanthropy in the Las Vegas area. Either directly or through the foundation, they contributed or helped build the Early Childhood Education Center at the Alexander Dawson School, the Capital Campaign to the Smith Center for Performing Arts, the Children’s Discovery Museum, and the Rosenblum Family Foundation Tax Clinic at the UNLV School of Law.
One of the most respected gaming executives and philanthropists in the Southern Nevada community, Ms. Bennett is the co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Paragon Gaming. The Las Vegas-based gaming developer and operator boasts a portfolio that includes Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe; and Ms. Bennett has led turnaround, management, and development efforts for multiple properties, including the Riviera Hotel and Sahara Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and River Cree Resort and Casino in Edmonton, Alberta. She serves as president of the Bennett Family Foundation, and is actively engaged in the Las Vegas community, supporting Three Square Food Bank, Noah's Animal House, the I Have a Dream Foundation, and Black Mountain Institute, among others. Ms. Bennett currently serves as Vice Chair of the UNLV Foundation Board and will serve as Chair for the upcoming 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 semesters.
Robyn serves as Vice-Chair of the Board and the Chair of the Bank’s Audit and Compliance Committee. She is an experienced board member with proven expertise in accounting and financial reporting, risk assessment, strategic planning, finance and regulatory compliance and has been a resident of Southern Nevada since 2008. Significant to Ms. Caspersen’s 30 years of accounting and financial experience is her 24 years at Deloitte, where she served as the lead partner to several public and private companies. Ms. Caspersen was a senior partner in the Firm’s Nevada Audit practice from 2008 through her retirement in 2013. Ms. Caspersen brings deep corporate governance experience through her work with and service on boards, both corporate and not-for-profit. She is a member of the governing board of University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, serving as the Chair of its Audit and Finance Committee. Previously, Ms. Caspersen served on the board of United Way of Southern Nevada and currently serves as a member of its Audit & Finance Committee.
Gene is the former CEO of Plaza Bank, a $1.3 billion dollar small business community bank with seven offices in California and Nevada, formed in 2009. In nine years, the Bank grew from $90 million in assets to just over $1.3 billion. Plaza Bank was acquired in November of 2017 by Pacific Premier Bank. Prior to that, Mr. Galloway was Executive Vice President of Retail Banking at Sanwa Bank, which was acquired by Bank of the West. He has been a Nevada resident since 2002, and was formerly on the Board of Communities in Schools of Nevada. Mr. Galloway served in the United States Marine Corps for three years, serving 23 months in Vietnam.
Houssels has served as the co-founder and managing member of Houssels Capital Management LLC since 2000. He is Chief Investment Officer of the Houssels Family, LP, a partnership that manages the Houssels family office. Prior to this, Houssels worked in several capacities at Showboat, Inc. and as a business analyst in the strategy division of Andersen Consulting in San Francisco. Houssels received his bachelor's degree in economics from Stanford University and MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. He formerly served as Treasurer of the Nevada Ballet Theatre and remains on the Advisory Board. He is a National Review Institute Regional Fellow and a CFA charterholder.
Dr. Johnson is a physician who is double board-certified in anesthesiology and interventional pain medicine. He is the co-founder of Advanced Pain Medical Group, founded in 2007, a medical practice dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic pain conditions. Dr. Johnson also developed, constructed and managed nine ambulatories surgical centers in the southern California area to provide higher quality, more convenient and compassionate care for patients. Dr. Johnson has been responsible for acquisitions, management, and disposition of commercial real estate assets. The real estate companies have over 850,000 square feet under management in five states.
Sam is a Las Vegas native with a 17-year career in business, spanning various industries and functions. He spent his first six years as a Finance and Economics consultant in Chicago, IL, first with Arthur Andersen and then with Huron Consulting Group. He has spent the next 11 years working in Las Vegas for Boyd Gaming Corporation in various capacities such as large construction development, due diligence, analytics, marketing, and IT business administration. He currently serves as the Director of Business Improvement. Mr. Johnson holds a Master of Business Administration from Duke University and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Notre Dame.
Bradley has more than 15 years’ experience as a campaign strategist, government affairs consultant and lobbyist in Nevada. Since getting his start in politics in 2002, Bradley has gone on to help dozens of candidates win some of the most prominent offices in the state, including Clark County Commission, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and Henderson City Councils, State Senate, State Assembly, Mayor, and Sheriff. He has also worked on numerous land use and local government affairs projects throughout Southern Nevada. In 2014, Mr. Mayer became a founding partner of Argentum Partners, a statewide public affairs firm with offices in Reno, Carson City and Las Vegas. Mr. Mayer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics as well as a Masters of Business Administration from UNLV.
Dr. Nagy is the Chairman of the Department of Neurology, UNLV School of Medicine and Director of the Nevada Headache Institute. Dr. Nagy is a board-certified Neurologist and board-certified Headache Specialist who is committed to providing the highest standard of care in treating headache conditions. Born and raised in Nevada, he attended Columbia University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience. Dr. Nagy then returned home for medical school at the University of Nevada School of Medicine before attending Yale University, where he completed his Internship in Internal Medicine and Residency in Neurology. He obtained his fellowship at the University College of London, Institute of Neurology, Queen Square London. Prior to returning to Nevada, Dr. Nagy was the Clinical Director of the Headache Department at the University of California, San Francisco in the department of Neurology. Dr. Nagy is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the American Headache Society and the International Headache Society. He is the author of many articles on the treatment and management of headache disorders and serves on several American Headache Society and American Academy of Neurology special interest sections. Dr. Nagy is also an invited reviewer for the journals Cephalalgia and Headache. He has earned several prestigious awards for his work.
Timothy O'Reilly is an attorney and practices in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, including complex business disputes and catastrophic personal injury matters, as well as various transactional matters including, but not limited to, business and real estate transactions, gaming law, and regulatory matters. Mr. O’Reilly provides legal advice and representation for selected criminal matters as well as for various administrative law proceedings throughout the State of Nevada. Mr. O’Reilly has practiced law since 2004, after graduating from the UNLV School of Law. Mr. O’Reilly is an active member of the Nevada and California Bars.
Perry is the CEO and founder of PRP, a sports management and corporate consulting company with a client roster including NBA Hall-of-Famer Shaquille O’Neal, NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving, Boston Celtic Jayson Tatum, and Jonathan Isaac of the Orlando Magic. He is also an investor and part owner of HEXX Kitchen + Bar and BEER PARK, located at the Paris Casino in Las Vegas. Mr. Rogers graduated from Georgetown University, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting in 1991, and the University of Arizona, where he earned his law degree in 1994. Prior to the launch of PRP, Mr. Rogers was President of Agassi Enterprises, Inc. and the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation in Las Vegas, where he managed the careers of tennis players Andre Agassi and Stefanie Graf, actress Brooke Shields and golfer Adam Scott. Mr. Rogers previously bought and sold the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino. He also founded and sold Nevada First Bank in 2005. Today, Mr. Rogers is a member of the Board of Trustees for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Foundation, and sits on the Chancellor’s Business Roundtable for the Nevada System of Higher Education. He previously sat on the boards for the ATP Tour, Six Flags Inc., Nevada First Bank, Meadows Bank and Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Vegas. A native of Las Vegas, NV, Mr. Rogers resides here with his wife, Nicole, and three children, Hannah, Grant and Ryan.
Stacy Williams is a Senior Information Risk and Security Professional with over 28 years of experience. He has worked in leadership roles in multiple industries, including Telecommunications, Consulting, Manufacturing, Retail, Internet Streaming Media, Government, Banking, Gaming, and E-commerce. His career began at the end of the mainframe computing era, and in the early stages of the distributed client-server computing era. After two years as a programmer, he transitioned into Information Security. It was there that he found his true technology calling. He is currently the Chief Information Security Officer for the E-commerce clothing and shoe retailer, Zappos.com, and has served in that capacity since 2016.
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