Annie Flanzraich has been elected to the board of directors for the Nevada Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (NCET), and Megan Duggan, Tracy Rhodes, Bill Saylor and Irene Voronel have been re-elected to one-year terms on the board of directors of the organization.
Flanzraich was elected as vice president of asset management for the board.
She is owner of Flanz Writes, a Reno firm that provides editorial and strategic writing, editing, content strategy, content marketing, ghost writing, and event planning services. She previously worked as editor of RENO Magazine and has held positions with Associated Press, RGJ Media, Las Vegas Sun, North Lake Tahoe Bonanza and Tahoe Daily Tribune.
Flanzraich is a graduate of the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Duggan was re-elected as vice president of digital strategy.
She is the marketing and communications director of the nonprofit organization, Sierra Nevada Journeys and also previously held digital media positions with Noble Studios and worked as a graphic designer for Innerwest Advertising and Public Relations and Swift Communications Inc.
Duggan earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and advertising from UNR.
Rhodes was re-elected as vice president of Web site services.
He is the founder of Sierra Web Solutions LLC in Reno and served 20 years as a pilot and aeronautical engineer in the U.S. Air Force and worked 22 years as a pilot for Northwest Airlines.
Rhodes is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and earned a master’s degree in aeronautical engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology.
Saylor was re-elected as vice-president of finance.
He is the tax manager at Kohn & Company and has more than 20 years experience in public and private accounting and management.
Saylor graduated from UNR.
Irene Voronel was re-elected as vice president of communications.
She owns and operates The I Love Reno Magazine and hosts The I Love Reno Radio Hour on KNEWS 107.3 in Reno. She also is broker/owner of Home NV Real Estate. Voronel also worked for The Los Angeles Times and The Orange County Register before moving to Reno.
She immigrated to the United States from Eastern Europe during the Cold War, and earned two undergraduate degrees from California State University, Fullerton and a master’s degree in business administration from Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calif.
Terry Reynolds replaces Michael Brown, who Gov. Steve Sisolak named last week as director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.