The Notes:

People on the Move: Jan. 7-13

Janiece Marshall is senior counsel and Clyde DeWitt is of counsel at Gentile Cristalli Miller Armeni Savarese. Marshall’s areas of practice include business litigation, civil rights litigation, criminal defense, personal injury and real estate law. DeWitt’s areas of practice include First Amendment and adult business litigation, trademark, copyright, trade secret and related entertainment litigation and transactions, business litigation and transactions, and appellate litigation.

Melissa Swasey is a staff accountant at Houldsworth, Russo & Co.

Roy Kaiser is artistic director of the Nevada Ballet Theatre.

Dr. Eric Gershman and Dr. Liawaty Ho specialize in oncology at Nevada Cancer Specialists, 6190 S. Fort Apache Road and 3150 N. Tenaya Way. Dr. Courtney Vito is director of breast care.

Scott Frasnelly is vice president of ticket sales for the Las Vegas Lights Football Club.

Geophysicist Marcia McNutt, president of the National Academy of Sciences, received the Nevada Medal from the Desert Research Institute. It’s the state’s highest recognition for science.

Damon Hunter is manager of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

Genesis Galdamez is Las Vegas regional manager of Children’s Dentistry of Southern Nevada.

Ashleigh Stevens is social media manager at Trosper Communications.

Dr. Jeffrey Wilson is a urologist at Urology Specialists of Nevada.

Hugh Anderson, managing director and partner of HighTower, is chairman of “Breakthrough in Medicine!,” a campaign to raise $66 million for the Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Medicine.

P. Mark Ghan is acting president of Western Nevada College. He had been vice president and general counsel.

Rick Meitzler was awarded the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers’ 2017 Jens Halle Memorial Award Honoring Excellence in Commercial Gaming Professionalism, and Roger Gros received AGEM’s 2017 Peter Mead Memorial Award Honoring Excellence in Gaming Media & Communications. Meitzler is CEO and president of Novomatic Americas. Gros is publisher of Global Gaming Business magazine.

Adrienne Brantley and Nancy Snow are associates at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie. Brantley is a member of the litigation practice group; Snow is a member of the intellectual property group.

Green Chips, a nonprofit group that advocates for sustainability issues, changed its name to ImpactNV: Nevada’s Sustainability Alliance. Gwen Migita, Caesars Entertainment’s vice president of sustainability and corporate citizenship, is trustee chairwoman.

The Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation’s board of directors for the 20-2018 fiscal year includes: president Dr. Rudy Manthei, Nevada Eye Physicians; vice president Jacob Oberman, senior vice president of global gaming development, MGM Resorts International; secretary Franz Kallao, Mirage general manager; and treasurer Jason Goudie, chief financial officer, Clark County School District. Trustees are Lorena Acosta, United Healthcare; Dr. Chris Chiodo, the Vision Centers; Dr. Eva Littman, Red Rock Fertility; Cliff Miller, MJ Christensen Diamonds; Kevin Spilsbury, Flair Industries; and Elaine Wenger-Roesener, Roesener Family Fund.

New members of the Las Vegas Hospitality Association include Ayers Entertainment’s Iris Ayers, president; Blackout’s Rachel Levi, owner/creator; California Pizza Kitchen at The Park at MGM’s Kathryn Maraj, event sales specialist; College of Southern Nevada – Hospitality’s Vivienne Sario, director of travel and tourism; Confess Media’s Jim Root, operations manager; Dig This’ Michael Printy, sales manager; Dish’ It Up in Las Vegas’ Kate Mazzarella-Minshall, director of events; Escape on Demand’s Justin Norfleet, manager, and Nathan Jessen, co-founder; Fine Management’s Rose Vandenberg, vice president of sales; GlobalWorks Events & DMC’s Amanda Fleming, account executive;’s Scott Beane, senior market manager; Lagasse Stadium’s Monica Direnzo, group sales manager; Las Vegas Group Dining’s Jocelyn Loska, director of sales; Martin Lawrence Galleries’ Carolyn Tanner, national director of business development; MDS Events’ Michele Stephenson, national sales manager; Quest Drape/A&D Scenery’s Donna Murray, hospitality sales and special events professional; RM Seafood and Rx Boiler Room’s Jessica Grimaldo, director of events and marketing; Spanish Trails Country Club’s Aaron Slonim, first assistant golf professional; TOCA Events’ Breen Halley Miller, director of operations, event design and production, and Jose Cobos, regional director; Vegas Golden Knights’ Erin Ketner, group and event suite sales account executive, and Todd Pollock, vice president of ticketing and suites; Virgil’s Real BBQ’s Jose Saenz, senior event sales manager.

Sabrina Fabrizio is an account coordinator at B&P Advertising, Media and Public Relations.

Greenberg Traurig attorney Tami Cowden was reappointed to the Nevada Supreme Court Bench-Bar Committee for a three-year term.

Charlotte Rocha is a project manager with Remington Nevada.

Las Vegas Book Festival Crystal Bookmark Awards went to the Writers of Southern Nevada literary organization and Clark County Poet Laureate Vogue Robinson in recognition of their contributions to the advancement of literature and literacy in Southern Nevada.

Mann Mortgage Las Vegas opened a branch at 8880 W. Sunset Road, Suite 275.

Digital Lizard added a new HP Indigo 12000 to its lineup. In addition to true seven-color matching, the 29-inch press enables larger formats and direct printing onto photo canvas, plastics, paperboard, synthetics and metalized substrates.

Boys Town Nevada opened a Behavioral Health Clinic at 460 Medical Center St., Suite 140, Las Vegas.

Cleebo Games launched Cleebo Casino, an online casino featuring live dealers.

UNLV is one of 10 universities with a new orthopedic surgery simulator, the VirtaMed OrthoS simulator system. The system mimics the pressure a surgeon might feel upon encountering tendons, cartilage or bone.

XenXen, a yoga studio, is open at 750 S. Rampart Blvd.

Pollo Campero is open at 4521 E. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas.

Henderson Hospital commemorated its one-year anniversary by breaking ground on a freestanding emergency room. The facility will feature eight treatment rooms, three rapid medical exam rooms, advanced imaging services and an on-site laboratory.

The Rain Rock Casino in Yreka, Calif., is using Aristocrat Technologies’ Oasis 360 casino management system. Owned and operated by the Karuk Tribe, Rain Rock Casino is expected to open next month.