People on the Move: Feb. 5, 2024

Mon, Feb 5, 2024 (2 a.m.)

The City of Henderson announced the reaffirmation of its AA+ bond rating from Standard and Poor’s Global. The S&P credited Henderson’s growing and diversifying economy, strong pace of residential and commercial development and strong financial reserves bolstered by experienced management as strengths that led to the AA+ rating.

Time Equities Inc., a diversified real estate investment and development company, purchased Boulder Crossing, a multi-tenant shopping center at 5500 Boulder Highway. The center is 92% leased with tenants including Planet Fitness, Metro PCS and a mix of other services and retailers, all anchored by an Albertsons.

A new studio alliance combines the experience of The MBS Group and national legacy developer Birtcher Development, originators of the Nevada Film Tax Infrastructure Act proposal that establishes workforce development, education and content creation infrastructure at UNLV’s Harry Reid Research and Technology Park. Nevada Studios is conceptualized as the primary studio complex of the proposed 34-acre Las Vegas Media Campus, incorporating soundstages and other content creation components.

CleanSpark, a Bitcoin mining company headquartered in Henderson, promoted Taylor Monnig to senior vice president of mining. He focuses on the operations of the company’s data centers along with developing the technology that goes into them. Taylor founded TMGCore, where he previously served as chief operating officer.

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona appointed Jhone Ebert, superintendent of public instruction in Nevada, to the National Assessment Governing Board, which sets policy for the Nation’s Report Card. The Nation’s Report Card, also known as the National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, is the only nationally representative assessment of student achievement. Ebert began her career as a math teacher in the Clark County School District and has served as the chief state school officer under both Democratic and Republican governors in Nevada.

Bank of Nevada announced the promotions of Melanie Maviglia and Kate Zavala-Duran to senior directors of business banking. Maviglia has spent 34 years in the banking industry assisting clients in Las Vegas, Henderson and Boulder City. Zavala-Duran has been in banking for nearly 20 years, the majority at Bank of Nevada. Both will continue management of their business banking portfolios while expanding business development in commercial, industrial and Small Business Administration lending.

This story originally appeared in Las Vegas Weekly.

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