The Chamber board
Jim McClenahan from the University of Nevada, Reno, College of Business has been installed as chair of The Chamber.
Sarah Sommers of Solutions at Work was selected as chair-elect of the organization. Tim Ruffin of Colliers International is past chair.
Other re-elected board chair members were: Dennis McGovern, Legends at Sparks Marina, business advocacy chair; Cheri Hill, Sage International, Inc., events chair; Pete Copeland, Great Reno Balloon Races, public relations and and communications chair; Bradley Woodring, NV Energy, education chair; and Larry Hunt, Bayer Properties-The Summit Sierra, membership chair.
Also re-elected to the board were: Stephen Ascuaga; Lisa Speth-Jones, Wells Fargo; Chris Bosse, Renown Health; Gina Brooks, The Glenn Group; Tammy Cantrelle-Smith, Mountain America Credit Union; John Maher, Reno Gazette-Journal; Audrey Damonte, Altus Insurance; Estella Gutierrez, Truckee Meadows Community College; Helen Lidholm, Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center; Tina Iftiger, , Reno Tahoe Airport Authority; and Linda Meissen of the Reno-Sparks Association of Realtor and Prudential Sierra Nevada Properties.
Elected to the board were: Danny DeLaRosa, treasurer, United Federal Credit Union; Todd Wilson, business leadership, Benefit Resource Group; Mike Hix, First Independent Bank; Alan Olive, Northern Nevada Medical Center; Josh Bartella, Microsoft; Bill Hughes, Peppermill Casino Resort Spa; Kris Wells, AT&T; Doug Knuth, University of Nevada athletics; Abbi Whitaker, The Abbi Agency; Kimberly Kuntz, Noble Studios; Tim Crowley, Nevada Mining Association; Pedro Martinez, Washoe County School District; Darrell Plummer, Sierra Nevada Properties, WIN liaison; Ziad Rashdan, ASUN Liaison, University of Nevada, Reno; Joe Bozsik, University of Nevada, Reno, College of Engineering, Young Professionals Network liaison; Mark Tulman, Nevada Association of Employers, Ambassador liaison; Steve Anderson, RBC Wealth Management, EDAWN liaison.
Terry Reynolds replaces Michael Brown, who Gov. Steve Sisolak named last week as director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.