Community Spotlight Video Interview Roundup – Fall 2017
Kylie Rowe, Vice President of Relocation and Corporate Services presents our Community Spotlight Video Roundup for Fall 2017, distributed in partnership with This is Reno.
Elemental LED: America's largest provider of low voltage linear lighting chose to move to Reno! April Mitchell, the Senior Vice President of Customer Experience & Marketing, describes Elemental LED as an engineering and tech company with a great company culture. You can find their products in brands around the world including Marriott, Google, Facebook, Hilton, Porsche, Starbucks and more. Find out why this global company moved to Northern Nevada and read the story here.
Reno Bike Project: The Reno Bike Project celebrated their 11th anniversary on October 1st of this year. Noah Silverman the Co-Founder and Executive Director tells us about how this nonprofit is working to get more of the Reno community on bikes. Learn how you can join the biking fun at renobikeproject.org and watch the interview here.
Nevada Humane Society: Saving over 90,000 lives as a no kill shelter, Communications Director Kimberly Wade shares the mission of the Nevada Humane Society. On November 11, 2017, the Nevada Humane Society will be hosting Wags & Whiskers Gala: A Night in Havana at the Peppermill from 6PM - 10PM. Learn more here or online at nevadahumanesociety.org/.
Community Foundation of Western Nevada: After 19 years, the Community Foundation of Western Nevada (CFWN) is celebrating their 100 millionth dollar given away. Chris Askin the President and CEO reports more than 6,800 grants and scholarships given to over 300 organizations in this community. Learn more about giving with accountability and how the CFWN guides donors to ensure their gifts make the impact they want. Learn more in the video interview or at NevadaFund.org.