People on the Move: June 10, 2024

Mon, Jun 10, 2024 (2 a.m.)

Project 150, a leading nonprofit dedicated to assisting homeless, displaced and disadvantaged high school students, appointed Lorraine Kalayanaprapruit and Mike Heiman to its board of directors. Kalayanaprapruit is senior manager of sustainability and community for Venetian. Heiman is senior vice president of facilities at Fontainebleau Las Vegas.

MountainView Hospital named Dr. Mark Gottlieb as its new chief medical officer and Sonia Baughman as its new chief financial officer. Gottlieb most recently was chief medical officer for the physician management division of Universal Health Services, a position he held since 2019. He has overseen clinical initiatives nationally across 10 ambulatory markets and 28 UHS acute care hospitals. Baughman joins MountainView from Southern Hills Hospital and Medical Center, where she was CFO since January 2022.

During their annual Rose and Brotherhood Induction Ceremony, the Las Vegas chapter of the National Fellowship for Black and Latino Male Educators presented the inaugural Roses From Concrete Award to Kelvin Watson executive director of the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District. The award is given to pioneers and activists whose dedication, voices and advocacy have a significant, positive impact on the Black and Latino communities in Las Vegas.

Trent Jarvis is the new vice president business relationship officer at GenuBank. He has over seven years of experience in relationship management and business banking, including serving as business development officer and senior branch relationship banker with Nevada State Bank.

Las Vegas-based cashless payments disruptor Marker Trax hired Wayne Waxman as its new director of marketing. He previously held roles at e-commerce startup The Shipping Store, spearheading its launch across major online retailers including and Amazon Canada, as well as at Coinstar, Bluetooth SIG, global testing leader Zetec, and Fortune 100 tech giant Intel.

Dee for Dentist, a dental practice embracing technological innovations and techniques to treat and manage oral care, hired Dr. Steve Lam and Dr. Ana Hu, both alumni of the UNLV School of Dental Medicine. Lam was hired at the Silverado practice, 8772 S. Maryland Parkway, and Hu at the Medical District location, 2421 W. Charleston Blvd.

Southwest Medical Hospice and Optum Palliative Care promoted Brian Greenlee, R.N., M.S.N., to executive director. He will continue to retain clinical oversight and business management of the programs.

Ovation Development Corporation and its nonprofit partner, Coordinated Living of Southern Nevada, were awarded two grants totaling $21.9 million from Clark County Community Housing Funds for the development of two affordable housing projects. Combined, the two projects will bring nearly 600 affordable apartments to Southern Nevada.

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This story appeared in Las Vegas Weekly.

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