U.S. Bank named Clark Wood market president in Las Vegas, leading the company’s middle market commercial banking team and the gaming business nationally. Wood will lead U.S. Bank’s Las Vegas market leadership committee, comprising all lines of business serving the Las Vegas market.
The Las Vegas HEALS executive committee, Ann Lynch, chairman and president; Doug Geinzer, CEO, Bob Cooper, founder; Chris Vito, secretary/treasurer; Charles Perry, chair, legislative task force, and Brendan Bussmann, chair, communications task force, appointed key local health care leaders to its board of directors including: Larry Barnard, CEO, University Medical Center; Brian Brannman, CEO, Dignity Health/St. Rose Dominican Hospitals; Renee Coffman, CEO, Roseman University; Dr. Mike Edwards, president of Clark County Medical Society;
Vance Farrow, health care industry specialist, Governor¹s Office of Economic Development; Dr. Joe Hardy, Nevada state senator; Dr. Joe Iser, chief health officer of Southern Nevada Health District; Daline Janiuk, president of Bank of Nevada; Sam Kaufman, CEO, Desert Springs &Valley Hospitals; James Kilber, CEO, Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada; Daniel Mathis, CEO, Nevada Health Care Association; Jonas Peterson, chief operating officer, Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance; Stacy Scheer, senior associate, Colliers International; Justin Schmiedel, administration director, Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health; Todd Sklamberg, CEO, Sunrise &Sunrise Children’s Hospital; Cheryl Smith, medical and wellness tourism manager, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority; Col. Willie Tellez, Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center; Dr. Marcia Turner, vice chancellor Nevada System of Higher Education; Dr. Carolyn Yucha, dean, UNLV Colleges of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences.
Matt Smith Physical Therapy expanded its clinical services team with several new hires
■ Physical therapist Junwyn Agustin will treat patients at the company’s Charleston/Rancho location. Agustin received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy from Philippine College of Health Sciences in Manila.
■ Physical therapist Patrick Thurman brings more than 20 years of orthopedic experience to Matt Smith Physical Therapy.
■ Physical therapy assistant Niurky Miralles will treat patients at the Nellis location. Miralles received an occupational associate degree from Pima Medical Institute in Las Vegas.
■ Physical therapy assistant Jesse Sherrod will treat patients at the Seven Hills location. Sherrod received an associate of applied science degree from Carrington College in Las Vegas.
■ Physical therapy assistant Asia Hunwick will be treating patients at the Windmill location. Hunwick received an associate of applied science degree from Carrington College in Las Vegas.
Robert List, a former Nevada attorney general and governor, has been named chairman of Nevada Attorney General-elect Adam Laxalt’s transition team. List serves as senior partner at the Las Vegas law firm Kolesar &Leatham.
Lindsey A. Williams joined the Las Vegas office of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck as an associate. She is a member of the corporate and business department and advises clients on the development, protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights, technology transactions and drafting and negotiation of intellectual property agreements.
Kalco Lighting named Libby Hartman marketing manager. Her duties include media planning, branding and creative direction. Hartman’s experience ranges from luxury construction to online retail with a focus on emerging business and branding.
Caruso Affiliated, known for building retail projects such as The Grove in Los Angeles, appointed Tonia Chafetz to general manager of The Linq Promenade. Chafetz previously served as general manager of Tivoli Village. While with General Growth Properties, Chafetz worked to develop the strategic partnership program of the Las Vegas General Growth Properties portfolio including Fashion Show, the Shoppes at Palazzo, Meadows Mall and Boulevard Mall.