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Women’s Chamber Government Council Dir A/L Certified Coach

Marie Scrofani

SPECIAL ISSUE

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Women’s Chamber Admin CCSD Special ED Aide

Founder & CEO of the Women’s Chamber Chairwoman of the

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Brenda Gayle Bryant Women’s Chamber Director of Education

WCCNV Legacy Foundation

GOVERNOR SISOLAK on Nevada safe opening

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The Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada celebrates history for women in Nevada as the founder, President and CEO, June L. Beland, On May 8, 2021 they will celebrate nineteen years supporting and helping women in Nevada. June moved to Las Vegas in 1994 after the Northridge earthquake, June and her husband were displaced by FEMA, the house was deemed unsafe and shifted the structure so they decided to buy a home and move to Las Vegas. It was hard her husband had to transfer his job and June had to make a decision as to what she would do about her publishing company, she was the owner and publisher of ABC Publishing and was the publisher a country music magazine on the newsstand all over California and Nashville, TN.

to do, she was influenced by the U.S. Chamber to start a much-needed Women’s Chamber for the state of Nevada. She had no chamber management background but was a business owner for years so they saw major potential for starting and becoming the President and CEO of the first State Women’s Chamber in Nevada history. The rest is history; today June also serves on two of her own boards, WCCNV Legacy Founder as Chairwoman, Scholarship Fund and WCCNV Government Affairs Council. June stated; as a business owner of 47 years and the last 19 years as the founder and president of Nevada Women’s Chamber of Commerce is what I am all about giving back and keeping very alert at my age, it’s a wonderful feeling giving back to others.

June, a member of the U.S. Chamber for years with her business put a call into the U.S. Chamber for advice what

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Moving Forward - Getting Back to Business As we start to gradually get back to some normalcy with our Nevada State Women’s Chamber, our businesses and our personal lives we will have a transition period into some normalcy but this will take time and will not be the same nor done overnight. Some survived and others could not hang on as a small business or independent. As a women business owner since 1977 I have endured a lot in my journey in life, family and business like the major earthquake in CA in 1994, we lost everything personal and my business and decided to move to Las Vegas. Now 27 years later we experienced the Pandemic! I have never experienced anything this in my lifetime. There is a song called “I will Survive” and yes we all will survive. Our corporate members also hit very hard financially by COVID-19 which all of us know, we supported them by marketing their business.

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Since I have a background in publishing magazines, I came up with a weekly digital newsletter WCCNV kept our member, our corporate partners and community with-minute-to-minute news on COVID-19, financial help, business resources for their businesses and personal lives. We also devoted out home page for all types our service and help links that was needed even today. Moving Forward and Getting Back to Business, our Board of Directors decided to reduce our rates for all our members, corporate and new members in 2021. If you need help go to our website daily and find our community partners that do have jobs available and resources for business and personal www.womenschamberofnevada.org

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3 4 6 7 7 9 11 13 14 15 16 19 21 25 26 WCCNV Web: www.womenschamberofnevada.org Digital Distribution 1.7 mil readers throughout the USA, ISSUU Members and Communitybusinesses throughout Nevada, All State of Nevada Offices, All Nevada Chambers of Commerce, All U.S. State Chambers of Commerce, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce in D.C., Federal Offices within Washington, D.C. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in our published works are those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions of ABC Publishing DBA Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada© or its Editors. All rights reserved. No part of any ABC published work may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission from the publisher.

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Anita Laruy Women’s Chamber Government Council Director and A/L Certified Coach Committee Members June Beland, President and CEO of WCCNV Tamra Coulter, Signature Real Estate, Realtor Barbara Henry, Trinity Insurance, LLC, Barbara Henry Agency, LLC Jan-Ie Low, Owner of Catalyst and family business Satay Thai Bistro Patricia Lee, Attorney & Partner of Hutchison & Steffen Evelin “Evi” Paolillo, Realtor, Direct Realty Gerri Schroeder, Assistant for U.S. Congresswoman, Susie Lee, Dist. 3

SAVE THE DATE - JULY 23, 2021 HOST ORGANIZATION NEVADA WOMEN'S CHAMBER SINCE 2013 events@womenschamberofnevada.org

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Marie R. Scrofani Women’s Chamber V.P. Administration and CCSD Special ED Aide

Marie has been working part time with the Women’s Chamber for over ten years and a Board of Director Member. Marie comes to us with 36 years administrative background in the following areas: insurance, legal, construction, education, retail, notary and real estate. She also works as Special Education Aide in Primary Autism for Clark County School District and has previously worked as a Substitute Teacher with students from K-5.

Kevin Fairchild A Retired Marketing Executive Joins chamber as the NEW Marketing Director of Advertising & Membership Kevin is also the A-TEAM Co-Director for all our volunteers

A-TEAM Volunteers members are: Laura Fairchild-Director Kevin Fairchild-Co Director Tamra Coulter Barbara Henry

Brenda Gayle Bryant Yuan Fen Lai Dawn Kyles Becky Palmer

Members that want to volunteer Call Kevin or email him (702) 343-7921 Email: k.fairchild.womenschamberofnv@gmail.com MARCH | APRIL 2021

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THE

C O R D I A L LY I N V I T E S Y O U T O

19TH ANNUAL

ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON

DIVERSITY MEMBERSHIP HONORS

2002 - 2021

Honoring our Founding Members, Presidential, Corporate and Executive Circle Members, Diversity Partners, Decade Members, Members Recognition, Ambassador A-Team Volunteers with a Special Presentation of a Scholarship Donation.

May 14, 2021

11:15 am - Champagne Reception 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Luncheon At Lawry's The Prime Rib in The Great Room

Reservations ~ Sponsorships ~ Advertise in the Anniversary Printed Program Email or call the Chamber events@womenschamberofnevada.org WCCNV Chamber (702) 733~3955


Brenda Gayle Bryant Women’s Chamber Director of Education and Coach-Trainer-Speaker BRENDA GAYLE BRYANT Women’s Chamber Director of Education and New President of The Entrepreneur Club (A Leads & Referral Group) (702) 360-4434, brenda@thegaylegroup.com Barbara Henry, Vice President: barget1@yahoo.com TEC Members: Betty Boyd: bboyd0306@gmail.com Laura Fairchild: community.relations@storagewest.net Anita Laruy: circleaz@aol.com Yuan-Fen Lai: ylai1@ft.newyorklife.com Jessie Maurice: jmaurice@ghffc.org Becky Palmer: becky.palmer26@gmail.com Heather Sabatello: heather.sabatello@edwardjones.com Marie Scrofani, Chamber Administrator: marie@womenschamberofnevada.org Keren Wojtowicz: keren.wojtowicz@edwardjones.com

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C ORPORATE MEMBERS

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Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada ® cordially invites you to our

U P CO M I N G E V E N T S EVENT CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19 1/22/21

19th Annual Legislative Luncheon Keynote Speaker: Anita Laruy, Director of the Government Affairs Council Opening remarks on 2020 Presidential Election and Legislative updates

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15th Annual Nevada Women's Hall of Fame During Women's History Month Pioneer Award Recipient: To be named and New 2021 Inductees

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19th Annual Women's Chamber Anniversary Celebrating the Historical State Women's Chamber in Nevada's History along with celebrating our own members and their accomplishments.

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8th Annual ATHENA Women's Leadership Day Luncheon Bringing top Leaders in our community with Aspiring Leaders Professional Women's Mini Expo, Top Las Nevada Women Speakers, book authors and much more.

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18th Annual ATHENA International GALA Minority Lifetime Achievement Award ATHENA International Leadership Award Young Professional Leadership Award Nonprofit Leadership Award w w w.w o m e n s c h a m b e r o f n e v a d a . o r g


Governor Steve Sisolak | REOPENING PLAN COVID-19 response efforts with Nevadans on a reopening plan

The timeline for Nevada’s “safe reopening” will begin Feb. 15 and go through May 1, according to the governor. He says statewide coronavirus trends are moving in the right direction and credits this momentum as the reason for the decision. “Vaccines have provided hope during the worst of this pandemic,” said Gov. Sisolak, whose remarks were also tweeted as he spoke. «Like the rest of the country, Nevada experienced multiple surges over the recent winter months, resulting in record-high numbers.» “The good news: we’ve also recently experienced positive progress in our COVID trends,” he said. He went on to share some of those trends: As of February 11: - test positivity rate over the last 14 days is 14.3% - average number of daily new cases over the last 14 days is 684 - Nevada Hospital Association reported Nevada is continuing to see a downward trajectory in hospitalizations RELATED: Nevada reports 37 new deaths, positivity rate continues to drop Below are some important dates related to the timeline. FEBRUARY 15 On Feb. 15 first-round capacity limits will be lifted at various levels based on the risk level of the activity or business-type identified by health experts. Here’s what’s moving to 35% capacity: • Places of worship • Gyms, fitness studios, yoga studios, martial arts studios, and similar establishment • Gaming floors • Arcades • racetracks • bowling alleys • pool halls and similar activities

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When it comes to restaurants & bars: INDOOR dining & beverage service will be at 35% capacity. Outdoor dining won’t have a capacity limit but will have to adhere to social distancing requirements. Reservations will no longer be required and # of patrons per table will move to 6 The following will be moving to 50% capacity: • Libraries, museums, art galleries, aquariums and zoos Additionally, Public gatherings and events can increase to 100 individuals or 35% of fire code capacity, whichever is less, with strict social distancing. Organizations may begin submitting large gatherings plans beginning on Feb. 15, but no events can resume until March 1, and only if reviewed by local health authorities and approved by an appropriate state agency. This is the same process that was in place prior to the initiation of the pause MARCH 15 Almost all businesses in the state return to 50% capacity. Gatherings to 250 people or 50% whichever is less, with strict social distancing requirements. From now until May 1, retail stores, indoor malls, and community/recreational centers will remain at 50%. Spas, massage establishments, hair salons, nail salons & similar businesses will continue to operate with social distancing requirements under authority of licensing boards. Certain high-risk businesses and activities – adult entertainment establishment, nightclubs and day clubs, and brothels, will remain closed until at least May 1. MAY 1 Finally, on May 1, the goal is for the State to transition decisionmaking authority on mitigation management of businesses and activities to local authorities.

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June L. Beland

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Presently, June volunteers her time as Founder, President and CEO of the Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada, the first Nevada Women’s State Chamber in the 157 History of Nevada, established May 8, 2002. She is also the founder of the WCCNV Legacy Foundation for “At Risk” female high school students for higher education scholarships and postsecondary education. She started bringing recognition to the Women’s Chamber in 2005, June was honored to be on the Wall of Women with 252 other women leaders in Nevada who helped their communities and it was on display at all libraries around Nevada, and in 2010 she was honored with the Women’s Hall of Fame Award from the Women of Color Conference by MGM Resorts, in 2019 she was honored with the Women Worrier Award from the Women of Global Change and the Philanthropy/ Community Service Award from the Women if Distinction by NAWBO of Southern Nevada. It’s all about paying it forward for other young professionals and women, and mentors everyone when she can (men, women, young professionals and students). Read more on her complete background on the chamber website. www.womenschamberofnevada.org

Dolores Campuzano The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, Executive Director of Banquet Operations Property Ambassador for Community Involvement Director of Banquet Services Dolores was born in Toluca, Mexico on September 15, 1976. She is 1 out of 3 siblings, older brother, Juan, is a teacher and my younger brother, Jesus, is a pilot, both have master degrees. I am the only daughter and the middle child. I am married to my husband, Joseph Pignatello and have 6 adopted children (Joey, Kati, Zach, Joshua, Nina and Tony and 2 dogs (Louie and Tiffany). My mother, Mrs. Dolores Campuzano Sr., is still living and was married to my father, Mr. Juan Campuzano Sr., for 35 years before he passed 3 years ago. I grew up and have lived in Mexico City, Mexico, Glendale and Santa Monica in California, Orlando, Florida and Las Vegas, Nevada.

Berenice Church Vice President and Sr. Relationship Manager for Wells Fargo Southern Nevada. In her current role, Berenice manages a portfolio of business banking relationships with local as well as corporate business owners. She strives to help them succeed financially by giving them guidance in their banking needs and other areas of finance by being their trusted advisor. Berenice started with Wells Fargo in 2015 as a Senior Relationship Manager with the Business Banking Group. Her banking career initially began as a Personal Banker and then advanced into Branch management. In addition to retail operations experience, Berenice has also served as a Sr. Financial Specialist holding her securities license and has served in business banking roles at other financial institutions. Berenice has served on the board for Life After Active Duty, and is a member of CREW Las Vegas. She holds an Associate of Arts with a Business degree from the University of Phoenix and lives in Las Vegas with her three Labrador Retrievers. Cassondra Cotton Community Relations Y Multicultural Outreach Representative, Nathan Adelson Hospice, Cassandra has devoted more than 19 years to Nathan Adelson Hospice currently serving as the Hospice’s Community Outreach Manager, a position through which she has united her love for hospice and her care and concern for traditionally underserved communities. She dedicates her time and efforts in the reduction of health disparities in hospice and end-of-life. Cassandra works hard in the arena of education and awareness, which she hopes will help to transform the way families, communities and institution work together to improve end of life care and to address health care issues for all.

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Anita Laruy, Dynamic Life Changes, Owner of Life & Legislative Coach Anita Laruy moved to Las Vegas 25 years ago. She was born in Puerto Rico and raised and educated in New York. She received her B.A. from the City College of New York and her J.D. from Interamerican University’s Law School. As a certified Life, and Career coach, Anita added legislative coaching, she owns her own business, Dynamic Life Changes, LLC and has been coaching since June 2006 and Director of the Government Affairs Council as Director for Women’s Chamber.

Patricia Lee Attorney & Partner, Hutchison and Steffen, law firm Business and commercial litigation, including, partnership/shareholder disputes. Patricia Lee is a partner of the Firm practicing primarily in business and commercial litigation, including, but not limited to, partnership/shareholder disputes, contract enforcement/defense, non-competition agreements, and commercial lease review and litigation, and family law. In addition, Patricia also practices in the areas of trademark registration and litigation, collections, mechanic’s liens/ foreclosures, and medical claims billing. Patricia’s range of experience allows her to manage the legal needs of entrepreneurs and small business owners through the Firm’s program entitled The Legal Solution for Entrepreneurs & Small Businesses.

Rita Vaswani VP/Relationship Manager, Nevada State Bank, 2013 NV Women’s Hall of Fame Inductee As a relationship manager for the Professional Banking team, I help busy professionals like doctors, dentists and attorneys with all aspects of their financial needs, both business and personal. I have over 20 years of banking experience focusing on SBA loans and financing for mergers & acquisitions, commercial real estate, working capital, equipment & inventory purchases, and managing cash flow. As a Las Vegas resident since 1992, I am the founding President of the Las Vegas India Chamber of Commerce and president of Asian American Group/AAG. She sits on several boards to read more of the boards Rita serves on visit the Women’s Chamber website at www.womenschamberofnevada.org

Summer-Clark Webb American Estate & Trust LLC Director of Business Development, Brand development, web site traffic growth American Estate & Trust LLC. Brand development, web site traffic growth, web site UI and advertising revenue. Developed brand strategy and statistics systems, strategic consulting, including business plan & sales strategy development. Advising new businesses on formation of corporations and business structures, drafting privacy policies and structuring commercial transactions. Generated new development deals for real estate development companies that focuses on multi-family residential projects, including real-estate market analysis. Comprehensive database management and migration.

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We solute our Diversity Partners By working together, we help each other, our community and State of Nevada Supporting Women and Students • A / L –Life & Legislative Coach

• NAWBO Southern Nevada

• American Estate & Trust LLC

• Nathan Adelson Hospice

• Asian Chamber of Commerce

• Nevada Business Magazine

• Bank of America

• Nevada State Bank

• Bank of Nevada

• Nevada State College

• Boyd Gaming

• Nevada System of Higher Education

• BE Engaged Education Legislation

• Nevada Women’s Business Center

• Caesars Entertainment Corp.

• Public Education Foundation

• College of Southern Nevada

• Reno Nevada Chamber of Commerce

• Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

• Sands Corporation

• Cox Communication

• SCORE

• Economic Department of Business & Industry

• Sparks Nevada Chamber of Commerce

• Elite Photography

• StorageWest

• Epic Worldwide

• The Stirling Club

• Henderson Chamber of Commerce

• Touro University (NV-CA)

• Hutchison & Steffen Law Firm

• Urban Chamber of Commerce

• India Chamber of Commerce

• UNLV-Women’s Research Institute of Nevada

• Infinity Productions

• WEBC Certification-NV

• Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce

• Wells Fargo Bank

• Las Vegas International Airport

• Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada

• Las Vegas Sands Corporation

• Women of Diversity Productions

• Latin Chamber of Commerce

• WGU

• MGM Resorts Foundation

• (just to name a few)

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The IRS Opens for Business and Urges Early Filing

It’s opening day at the Internal Revenue Service! The IRS officially opens tax season by accepting returns for processing on Friday, more than two weeks later than last year. The agency used the extra time to program and test its systems to account for economic impact payments from the December stimulus bill. “We are ready, positioned, and prepared to process as swiftly and accurately as possible,” said Ken Corbin, the IRS’ Chief Taxpayer Experience Officer, in a press conference Thursday. “We have a robust process to strength-test our system and have a number of IT [information technology] professionals and IRS personnel to work this week and weekend and holiday to monitor the system.” Individual tax returns this year may be complicated by pandemic-related items, such as stimulus checks, unemployment insurance, and work-from-home deductions. And Corbin said the IRS expects to process more than 150 million returns. To ensure a smooth process, he urged people to file early and offered some tips: • Gather all your documents. Most people should have already received their W-2 forms from employers and 1099 forms from other payers. • Choose electronic filing and direct deposit. “This is the year to file electronically,” Corbin said. “Electronic filing ensures that recent tax law is incorporated, and it is the safest way to file an accurate return and the quickest way to get a refund. If you file by paper, prepare for a lengthy wait due to slower mail times and working while social distancing at the processing sites.” • Refunds are expected to be issued in less than 21 MARCH | APRIL 2021

days from filing, but some may take longer. Check the status of your return with the IRS’ “Where’s My Refund?” tool 24 hours after it’s submitted. • If you claim the earned income tax credit or additional child tax credit, the IRS can’t issue your refund before Feb. 15. The delay, per the Protecting Americans From Tax Hikes (PATH) Act, gives the IRS time to stop fraudulent refunds from being paid to identity thieves. Your return information under “Where’s My Refund” will be updated by Feb. 22, and the IRS expects to deposit these refunds as soon as the first week of March. • Use online IRS tools whenever possible because the hotline is expected to be busy. • Since scammers are on the rise due to the pandemic, the IRS is offering everyone a 6-digit identity protection pin (IP Pin) only known to you and the IRS and valid for one year. • Deadline for tax filings is April 15 unless individuals file for an extension to Oct 15. ARTICLE SOURCES • IRS. “2021 Tax Filing Season Begins Feb. 12; IRS Outlines Steps to Speed Refunds During Pandemic.” Accessed Feb. 12, 2021. • IRS. “What to Expect for Refunds This Year.” Accessed Feb. 12, 2021. • IRS. “EITC Awareness Day: Critical Tax Credit Provides a Significant Refund Boost to Millions.” Accessed Feb. 12, 2021. • IRS. “PATH Act Tax Related Provisions.” Accessed Feb. 12, 2021. • IRS. “Get an Identity Protection Pin (IP PIN).” Accessed Feb. 12, 2021.

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Like you, the Nevada Department of Business and Industry is committed to helping all small businesses and entrepreneurs impacted by the pandemic. One way we do this is by connecting them with the right resources across the state via our Business Resource Center at www.business.nv.gov/ Resource_Center/Business_Resource_Center_New/.

hundreds of resource links, the Guide simplifies the process of learning about business requirements in Nevada, where to go, and whom to talk to. Among other things, the Guide’s Business Licensing topic includes a clickable state map to connect people to local and regional business resources.

Another way we do this is by offering two free information products that help orient people to the many business support resources and entities here in Nevada. These two products are available on our website to any interested party.

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• The first product is the Guide to Starting and Growing a Business in Nevada (“The Road Map”), available at www. business.nv.gov/Resource_Center/Nevada_Business_Start_ Up_Guide/. The Guide is an interactive document for those looking to start or grow a business or who need help with business recovery following the pandemic. Simply download the file, open it while connected to the internet, and pointand-click to use. The Road Map serves as the table of contents. With information on 15 essential topics and

• The second product is the Nevada Business Support Ecosystem Chart, a one-page visual diagram focusing on conducting or doing business in Nevada and its dynamic and innovative support resources. It’s available at www. business.nv.gov/Resource_Center/Business_Support_ Ecosystem/. The Ecosystem Chart offers a high-level orientation to the categories of business resources available in the state. It highlights federal, state and local government resources, as well as private sector resources. View the chart as-is or download the file and click the text while connected to the internet (the names of entities are linked to their respective websites).

The above information products are intended to help existing and prospective Nevada business owners understand and navigate the state’s many business-support resources more quickly - something that is particularly important during these difficult times as people and businesses work toward recovery. We hope you will take advantage of these tools and consider making them available, if you have not done so already, by adding a link on your website to our Business Resource Center. If you have any questions/suggestions, please contact me.

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sue CMBJ: Next Is

Next Digital Issue: 19th NV Women’s Chamber Anniversary Issue Digital Readers: A WCCNV Chamber Publication for Members, Consumer & Businesses Frequency: Bi-Monthly Shelf-life: 60 days Next Issue – May/June 2021 Readers: Chamber Members, NV State subscribers, ISSUU 1 mil and Women’s Organizations WCCNV Chamber Members: 500 Paid subscribers: 1,000 and growing WCCNV LINKEDIN Connections: 5,888 All social media platforms FB, Twitter, Yahoo, Instagram U.S. State Chamber of Commerce (Only: 49 State Chambers in the U.S.)

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Three Stand Alone Women State Chambers in the U.S. Ad Contract and payment due: Time of placement Ad deadline: 4-9-21 Camera ready Ad due by: 4-16-21 Publication Date: 5-3-21

Advertising &: Marketing Team | Chamber (702) 733-3955 Marie Scrofani, Chamber Administrator | (702) 682-9200 marie@womenschamberofnevada.org

Kevin Fairchild, Marketing Director | (702) 343-7921 k.fairchild.womenschamberofnv@gmail.com

Nonprofit MEMBER NEWS Special Updates on Women’s Chamber Members From the VEGAS INC Giving Guide 2020-2021

In digital issue of VEGAS GIVING GUIDE

Digital

Nonprofit Members

Click link to view all nonprofits in Las Vegas

Write-up and directory listing

www.ifoldsflip.com/i/1287623-vegas-inc-giving-

Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada - Page 24 & 48

guide-2020-21

Nathan Adelson Hospice - Page 34 - 52 Safenest - Page 42

ANGEL AWARD – VIEW OUR MEMBERS Vegas PBS Organization - Page12

Directory Listing Section Only

2020-2021 Angel Award

Blind Center of Nevada Inc - Page 44

NONPROFIT OF THE YEAR

Dress for Success of Southern Nevada - Page 46 Henderson Police Association - Page 49

The Venetian Resorts - Page 18

Opportunity Village - Page 54

Las Vegas Sands

Safenest - Page 55

Philanthropic Business (Public of the year)

United Way of Southern Nevada Inc. - Page 57

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CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Listing for Nevada State Chamber of Commerce of Nevada

Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada (702) 733-3955 (Nevada Headquarters is in Las Vegas)

City Chambers-- Southern Nevada

Boulder City Chamber of Commerce (702) 293-2034 Henderson Chamber of Commerce (702) 565-8951 Laughlin Chamber of Commerce (775) 298-2214 Mesquite Area Chamber of Commerce (702) 346-2902 Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce (775) 727-5800 Vegas Chamber of Commerce (702) 641-5822

Minority Chambers-- Las Vegas

Asian Chamber of Commerce (702) 737-4300 Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Northern Nevada (775) 786-4100 Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Nevada (702) 428-0555 Las Vegas India Chamber of Commerce (702) 501-5088 Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce (702) 385-7367 Urban Chamber of Commerce (702) 648-6222 Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada (702) 733-3955

Northern Nevada Chambers of Commerce

RENO & Sparks (Reno-Sparks) (775) 636-9550 City & Rural Chambers-Northern Armargosa Valley Chamber of Commerce (775) 372-1515 Austin Chamber of Commerce (775) 964-2200 Battle Mountain Chamber of Commerce (775) 635-8245 Beatty Chamber of Commerce (775) 533-2424 Carson City Chamber of Commerce (775) 882-1565 Crystal Bay-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce (775) 246-7909 Death Valley Chamber of Commerce (760) 852-4524 Elko Chamber of Commerce (775) 738-7135 Ely-White Pine Chamber of Commerce (775) 289-8877 Fallon Chamber of Commerce (775) 423-2544 Fernley Chamber of Commerce (775) 575-4459 Goldfield Chamber of Commerce (775) 485-3560 Greater Fallon Chamber of Commerce (775) 423-2544 Greater Smokey Valley Chamber of Commerce (775) 377-1100 Mineral County Chamber of Commerce (775) 945-2507 Overton-Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce (702) 398-7160 Lovelock-Pershing County Chamber of Commerce (775) 273-7213 North, Incline Village-Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce (530) 581-6900 Pioche Chamber of Commerce (775) 962-5544 Silver Springs Chamber of Commerce (775) 577-4399 Stateline, Tahoe Chamber of Commerce (775) 588-1728 Wendover Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism (775) 664-3414 Winnemucca Chamber of Commerce (775) 623-2225 26 | Chamber Bi-Monthly Business News

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