People on the Move: May 20, 2024

Mon, May 20, 2024 (2 a.m.)

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties announced its national and local 2023 sales achievements. The company closed 3,796 transactions and completed $2,055,980,071 in real estate sales in 2023. Among over 55,000 sales executives in the global network, four Nevada-based teams were recognized in the rankings: No. 8, the Mullin Blankfeld Group, Top 25 Large Teams; No. 13, the Napoli Group, Top 25 Large Teams; No. 15, McGarey-Campa Group, Top 25 Medium Teams; and No. 23, the Tonnesen Team, Top 25 Small Teams. Among thousands of agents, the top 10 individual sales executives for 2023 were: No. 1 Cristine Lefkowitz, No. 2 Tony Vane, No. 3 Jung Kim, No. 4 Brian Wedewer, No. 5 Celine Florella-Mendy, No. 6 Jana Shore, No. 7 Rochelle Vannoy, No. 8 Tim Dunn, No. 9 Rachael Dipietro, No. 10 Mark Weinberg. The company’s top 10 teams for 2023 were: No. 1 the Mullin Blankfeld Group, No. 2 the Napoli Group, No. 3 McGarey-Campa Group, No. 4 the Tonnesen Team, No. 5 the Carver Team, No. 6 Angarola Minucci Group, No. 7 Ellen Fahr Group, No. 8 Gaccione Team, No. 9 the Crampton Team, No. 10 the Margita Team. Real estate agent Janet Duffy from the Southwest office was named Rookie of the Year. Paul Navallo was named Employee of the Year.

Dr. Brian Carr and his team celebrated the grand opening of the Las Vegas Iovera Center inside their newly relocated Las Vegas Concierge Orthopedics office, 9260 W. Sunset Road, Suite 200. It offers an array of services including concierge orthopedics, Iovera, joint replacement, hand and wrist surgery, sports injuries and fracture care.

Summer House tanning salon opened its second location, 2225 Village Walk Drive, Suite 173, Henderson.

Denise Charles was recently promoted to chief program officer at St. Jude’s Ranch for Children. She brings nearly two decades of nonprofit work experience to the community of hope and healing for children and young people. She is responsible for overseeing and leading the organization’s foster care service programs for children 18 and under, and programs for transition-aged youth, age 18 to 24.

Marker Trax hired four-decade information technology executive John Henderson as senior vice president of operations. He will help lead strategic planning efforts, execute new operator and customer initiatives, direct pursuit of key performance indicators, and ensure product and technology quality control. Henderson previously served as chief information officer at WorldStrides, and has held client partner roles at Accenture, IBM, and Cognizant.

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This story appeared in Las Vegas Weekly.

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