November 2015

Rebecca Hunt began her career in education teaching English in Las Vegas more than two decades ago. She enjoyed success and satisfaction in the classroom, but always felt that she needed to earn her master’s degree. Year after year, she told herself she would get around to it “next year.”

“Sometimes people can’t keep up with me because I have so much energy,” says Steven Vradenburg, a native Renoite still living and working in the biggest little city in the world. He’s an outgoing, social butterfly who has carried a lot of energy throughout his life, even utilizing his everlasting

A love for business, a passion for cars, and a strong work ethic were the driving factors for Sean McDonald’s career path. He began working full time in the food and beverage industry at a young age and continued through high school, eventually working his way up to management. In

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