The Notes: Sep. 6, 2021

De Castroverde Law Group announced that two of its attorneys were named 2021 Mountain States Super Lawyers Rising Stars. Kyle Morishita, an immigration attorney, and Danielle Holt, who specializes in animal law, both received the recognition. Morishita was also recently appointed to the board of trustees for the Nevada Bar Foundation. His term will be for two years.

Howard & Howard announced that nine of its attorneys were named to Mountain States Super Lawyers and Mountain States Rising Stars 2021. Those receiving the Super Lawyers recognition include W. West Allen, intellectual property litigation (recognized among the Top 100 Attorneys in Nevada); Robert Hernquist, business litigation; Matthew Kreutzer, franchise/dealership; Brian Pezzillo, construction litigation; L. Christopher Rose, business litigation; and Robert Rosenthal, employment litigation-defense. Stephanie Buntin, intellectual property; Zachary Gordon, intellectual property; and Kirill Mikhaylov, business litigation were listed as Rising Stars.

PlayStudios named human resources veteran and executive coach Stephanie Rosol as its first chief people performance officer as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to enhance the performance of its growing global workforce. Additionally, the company named Jason Hahn to the position of executive vice president and head of corporate and business development. An accomplished gaming and Esports industry executive with more than 15 years of experience at the intersection of the media and technology sectors, Hahn will work in concert with PlayStudios’ senior leadership team to advance the organization’s growth strategy as a newly listed public company.

Las Vegas-based merchant advocacy group, National Merchants Association, named Ed Bowling as chief technical officer. Bowling brings more than 20 years of experience in IT management and systems administration to his role.

The Neon Museum announced that Aaron Berger was selected as the museum’s executive director. Berger brings to the museum extensive experience in museum leadership, nonprofit fundraising and community engagement. The museum also announced that Binnie Tate Wilkin, the official storyteller for the museum’s “My Las Vegas” program in 2020, was awarded the 2021 Regional Excellence Oracle Award by the National Storytelling Network. The award recognizes the creativity, professional integrity and artistic contributions of storytellers who have greatly enriched the storytelling culture of their region. Additionally, the museum announced it achieved accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums, the highest national recognition bestowed to museums in the United States.

Scientific Games was recognized by the American Benefits Council for the company’s leadership, accountability and support of its team members and their safety during the pandemic. In a recently released Silver Linings Pandemic Playbook, Scientific Games was cited for its exemplary work in support of its more than 9,500 global team members.

TSK Architects announce that Bruce Preston, managing principal, and Ree Miskimon, director of marketing, as graduates of the Society of American Military Engineers Leadership Development Program. The program supports the growth of the next generation of military, government, civilian and industry leaders for the society and the United States. Out of more than 60 applicants, only 18 were selected.

National Technical Institute announced that for the second year, it was recognized by Inc. magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 list, ranking No. 230. This ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies represents a look at successful businesses within the American economy. Despite the pandemic, the trade school experienced an impressive three-year revenue growth of 1,906%.