Matt Fisher, Toni Quiruz and Chuck Sweeney have been re-elected to one-year terms on the board of directors of the Nevada Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (NCET).
Fisher was re-elected as co-vice president of special projects.
He works as product visionary at Trakker Design Research, an industrial design studio in Reno. He has worked nearly 30 years as a product designer and holds eight patents.
Fisher earned a bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College and a master’s degree from San Jose State University.
Quiruz was re-elected as vice president of membership.
She has worked 11 years as marketing and sales director for Digiprint Corp. in Reno and held a position in graphic design and pre-press operations at Sierra Packaging and Converting Corp.
Sweeney was re-elected as co-vice president of special projects.
He serves as a business and performance coach and previously worked as a senior executive with 30 years of administrative, marketing, and field operations management experience with the New York Life Insurance Co.
Sweeney earned a bachelor’s degree in operations management from St. Francis University in Pennsylvania.
Terry Reynolds replaces Michael Brown, who Gov. Steve Sisolak named last week as director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.