Dana Bennett is Nevada Mining Association president, succeeding Tim Crowley. Bennett owns Bennett Historical Research Services and is former regional director of the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
Nevada Pain is accepting patients with Dr. Neville Campbell, who offers medication management and interventional procedures. Campbell’s office is 1681 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, Henderson.
Lori Murphy is the 2015 chapter chairwoman of Score Las Vegas, which provides free counseling and mentoring to small-business owners, managers and entrepreneurs.
Leah Irons is a financial operations representative at Clark County Credit Union.
Clark Wood is U.S. Bank market president in Las Vegas, leading the company’s middle-market commercial banking team and gaming business nationally. He succeeds Lori Soren, who retired.
Dan Lee is CEO of Full House Resorts, which develops, owns and manages casinos in Nevada, Indiana, Mississippi and elsewhere.
Robert McCord is a senior fellow at the Kenny Guinn Center for Policy Priorities. McCord is an associate professor emeritus at the UNLV School of Education and owner and principal of Education Management and Consulting Services.
Michael Esposito is an associate at Gordon Silver in the estate planning, probate and guardianship, corporate and securities and real estate transactions practice groups.
Bob Roper will be the new administrator of the Nevada Division of Forestry in the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Attorney Michael Lowry’s “Compelling Discovery” blog was named one of the country’s top 100 legal blogs by the ABA Journal. Lowry practices at Thorndal Armstrong Delk Balkenbush & Eisinger.
Michelle Layton is executive director of the Las Vegas Downtown Achieves Program, a public/private partnership that helps children who go to school downtown. Layton previously was community affairs executive director and community promotions director at KLAS 8 News Now.
Celebrity chef Alex Stratta opened Tapas by Alex Stratta at Tivoli Village.
Larry Barnard is president and CEO of St. Rose Dominican Hospitals-San Martin Campus. He was CEO of UMC.
Jackie Robinson, a former UNLV and NBA player and businessman, broke ground on the All Net Resort & Arena. The $1.4 billion, privately funded, multiuse development is scheduled to open in early 2017 on the former Wet ’n Wild site on the Strip.
Commercial Alliance Las Vegas has new officers and directors for 2015. Bobbi Miracle is president. Miracle, of Commercial Executives Real Estate Services, previously served as president-elect and a director of CALV’s board. Other members include Hayim Mizrachi, immediate past president; Soozi Jones Walker, president-elect; Cathy Jones, treasurer; Paul Bell, director; Chris McGarey, director; Jennifer Ott, director; Tedd Rosenstein, director; and Tom Lisiewski, director. Board members are Robin Civish, CCIM; Xavier Wasiak, SIOR; Rod Martin, Nevada Association of Industrial and Office Properties; McGarey, Institute of Real Estate Management; Melissa Campanella, Commercial Real Estate Women; Lisiewski, Commercial Marketing Group; Andrea Blue, Building Owners and Managers Association; Petra Latch, Las Vegas Appraisal Institute; and Bob Burley, Nevada Business Brokers Association.
Laura Jacobsen is an associate at McDonald Carano Wilson. She is a 2011 graduate of Stanford Law School, where she also completed her undergraduate studies.
Kevin Burke, president and CEO of Burke Construction Group, was reappointed to the Nevada State Contractor’s Board.
Robert Caldwell, a shareholder at Kolesar & Leatham, was elected president of the UIA Litigation Commission, the oldest international association of lawyers in the world, with more than 2,000 members and 200 bar associations from more than 110 countries. Caldwell is the only Nevada member.
Sean DiCicco, vice president of food and beverage at Mandalay Bay, is president and chairman of the Epicurean Charitable Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides scholarships and mentoring for students pursuing careers in hospitality or culinary arts. The chairman of the board is Michael Kennedy, director of food operations at South Point.
Comedy-magician Mac King was named Entertainer of the Year at Win-Win Entertainment’s Headliners Bash 2014, presented by the John C. Kish Foundation.