People on the Move: Aug. 21-27

Mo Nemati

Mo Nemati

Stephanie Deines

Stephanie Deines

Christianne Klein

Christianne Klein

Cyndi Compan

Cyndi Compan

April Augustine

April Augustine

Mo Nemati is a Clark County Credit Union real estate sales manager. Stephanie Deines is a financial services representative.

Deborah Danielson of Danielson Financial Group is on Barron’s list of the Top 100 Women Financial Advisors.

Christianne Klein is a news anchor/reporter at KLAS-TV.

Jim McKusick, managing partner and CEO of Geary Co., was inducted into the Elks Helldorado Hall of Fame.

Dr. Rupesh J. Parikh, board-certified medical oncologist and hematologist for Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada, is chief of staff for Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican’s Siena and Rose de Lima campuses.

Cyndi Compan is a commercial credit underwriter for City National Bank’s Nevada region. The bank also financed a community development loan for Island Pacific Supermarket, 8650 W. Tropicana Ave.

Chef Nicole Brisson is culinary director for Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group’s Las Vegas locations. Chef Jon Littleton has been named executive chef of Carnevino Italian Steakhouse at the Palazzo; chef Elisabeth McGee has been promoted to executive chef at B&B Burger & Beer at the Venetian and chef Brett Uniss joined B&B Ristorante at the Venetian as executive chef.

Gaming Laboratories International acquired Bulletproof Solutions Inc. April Augustine is GLI’s director of marketing.

Richard Metzler, executive vice president of Gold Coast Promotions Inc., a Las Vegas-based fundraising company, graduated from the Clark County Neighborhood College program.

Nevada Association Services, the state’s largest provider of collection services for community associations, has acquired ATC Assessment Collection Group, which was operating as Angius and Terry Collections. Norman Rosensteel, the former president of ATC, is vice president for NAS and is charged with integrating the two companies.

Jared Smith is chief operating officer of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance. Antoinette Monroe is director of operations. Additions to the LVGEA board of directors include Michael Brown, president of Barrick Gold USA; Jim Holt, president of National Security Technologies; state Sen. Ben Kieckhefer, director of client relations at McDonald Carano Wilson; Mary Simmons, vice president of business development and community strategy at NV Energy; and Bill Noonan, senior vice president of industry and government affairs at Boyd Gaming.

Drs. Marie Baron and Dheeresh Mamidi are pediatricians at HealthCare Partners Medical Group’s Wigwam Pediatric Clinic.

Jim Anderson is the Las Vegas regional sales manager for Anthony & Sylvan Pools.

TaChelle Lawson is Westgate’s director of food and beverage marketing. Charles Wilson is the executive director of culinary operations at the resort.

Regenexx is open at 100 N. Green Valley Parkway, Suite 325, Henderson. Dr. Sidney Kass is the clinic director of the facility. Regenexx provides advanced stem cell and blood platelet procedures for treating orthopedic injuries, arthritis and other degenerative conditions.

The 2015-16 board of directors for the Sunrise Children’s Foundation are executive director Dave Sanberg; Jennifer Bradley, MassMedia Corporate Communications; Kaleo Curtis, the Public Education Foundation; Lindsay Diamond, UNLV; Monica Plaxton Garin, Charleston Insurance Group; James Grimes, Eldorado Resorts Corp.; Tori Klein, UNLV Foundation; Dr. J. Parker Kurlinski, neonatologist; Dee Ladd; Margaret Ann Lynch; Melanie Maviglia, Nevada State Bank; Michael E. Minden (emeritus member), Michael E. Minden Diamond Jewelers; Courtney Orrock and Alexandria Osborne, Early Head Start; Dwain Rittenhouse, Clinton Nevada LLC; Bonnie Rosselli, Alphagraphics; Victor Salerno (emeritus member), American Wagering; Lori Soren and Judie Verb, U.S. Bank.

Drew Skeen is general manager of the Historic Hotel Nevada & Gambling Hall in Ely, owned by Gaughan Gaming.

Kevin Edgar of ServPro of Henderson/Boulder City was recognized with the Millionaire’s Silver award for outstanding revenue performance at the 47th annual ServPro Convention.

Matthew Ammirati is the co-CEO with Giancarlo Chersich of the Lucky Jack Organic Coffee Co.

Former Congresswoman Shelley Berkley received a key to North Las Vegas. The city also plans to rename a street near the VA hospital in her honor.

Jeffrey Silver is chairman of the Mob Museum board of directors. He was vice chairman. Former president Ellen Knowlton serves on the museum’s advisory council.

Bret Loughridge, vice president of operations at SR Construction, completed the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 Leadership Advance program. Leadership Advance blends in-depth community education with practical, hands-on skills and leadership training and allows leaders to gain other techniques and skills.

Charlie Luh, of Luh & Associates and a founding sponsor of the 1000 Books Foundation, donated 500 activity journals, 200 T-shirts and 200 temporary tattoos to the North Las Vegas Library District for use in the district’s “1,000 Books Before Kindergarten” challenge, which encourages young children to read.

The Valley of Fire chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution paid tribute to a group of Vietnam War veterans to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the war.

Right Lawyers, a divorce and custody law firm, opened its second office in Henderson.

Six companies joined the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers. They are Automated Cashless Systems, based in Reno; CMC Trading Engineering, based in Singapore; Duane Morris LLP, based in Cherry Hill, N.J.; Gaming & Entertainment Touch Technology, based in Las Vegas; Holley, Driggs, Walch, Fine, Wray, Puzey & Thompson, with offices in Reno and Las Vegas; and Majestic Realty, based in City of Industry, Calif.

Momenti Spirited Ice Creams are available at Total Wine & More and Khoury’s Fine Wine & Spirits.

Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca is open at Green Valley Ranch Resort.

Oil & Vinegar, a Netherlands-based culinary boutique, opened a store in Downtown Summerlin.

Two unmanned aerial systems were purchased as part of a research and development program at the Nevada National Security Site. According to NNSS officials, the program is designed to expand the development of sensor technology for unmanned aerial systems and enable scientists to further the capabilities of current systems. National Security Technologies acquired the two Sandstorm UAS platforms from Unmanned Systems Inc., a company based in Henderson.

JBA Consulting Engineers celebrated its 50th anniversary this year.

The Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce joined the Citizens for Solar and Energy Fairness campaign in an effort to help promote affordable energy for the state, including for Hispanic-owned businesses.

Pop’s Soups, Subs & Beverages at 953 E. Sahara Ave., Suite B-31; and Fast & EZ Self Storage, 4623 N. Lamb Blvd., offer U-Haul trucks, towing equipment and support rental items.

Southern Wine and Spirits changed its name to Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits.

Denver-based Lerch Bates, an international consulting firm, is designing transportation and façade-access systems for Resorts World Las Vegas’ first phase of construction.

Republic Service and the Mirage opened a Sustainability Discovery Center Recycling Exhibit in Siegfried and Roy Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat.

Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican’s San Martin campus received the Get With the Guidelines-Heart Failure Bronze Quality Achievement Award for implementing specific measures outlined by the American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology Foundation’s secondary prevention guidelines for the treatment of patients with heart failure.

Pub 365, featuring 365 rotating craft beers and 40 draft handles, is open at the Tuscany.

Red Mercury Entertainment is managing the theater and box office operations of the Stratosphere.

ATI Physical Therapy opened its 12th clinic in Southern Nevada at 10000 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 105.

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood launched, a website that offers a comprehensive snapshot of the 1.2-mile shopping center.

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada was recognized by the League of American Bicyclists with a Gold-level Bicycle Friendly Business award, the only gold recognition to any organization in Nevada.

Kiss By Monster Mini Golf is open at the Rio.

Goose Island Pub is open at the Hard Rock Hotel.

The College of Southern Nevada Cheyenne Campus changed its name to the College of Southern Nevada North Las Vegas Campus.

Treasure Island has relaunched a sports betting app in partnership with Miomni Gaming, available now on Android and iOS. The app is available for download on iOS in the iTunes store and on Android devices.