"I’ve decided to run for the office of Lt. Governor because it’s time that statewide officeholders' look out for the interests of Nevada voters. I know firsthand the challenges faced by Nevada entrepreneurs. As Lieutenant Governor, I will work to stop anti-business laws and create a more welcoming environment for job creation.” Eugene Hoover
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In 1990 Hopkins was hired by the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office where he attended High Sierra Law Enforcement Academy. In 1993, he was transferred to the Patrol Division of the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office where he worked until 1997 as a D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Officer, G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education And Training) Officer and one of the first CLO (Community Liaison Officers). In 1999 Hopkins was promoted to Patrol Sergeant. As a Patrol Sergeant, he ran teams,...
Balaam began his career as a property clerk assigned to the Washoe County Detention Facility in 1993. From 1994 onward, he served as a Deputy Sheriff, working in Sheriff’s Office Operations, Administration, and Detention Bureau, earning all ranks up to that of Chief Deputy of the Operations Bureau. During his career, he was honored to have commanded the Special Weapons and Tactics Team, Hostage Negotiations Team, Detention Response Team, K9 Unit, Motors Unit, Search and Rescue, RAVEN...
Sherman Boxx has lived in the Reno-Sparks area for the past 54 years where he attended Sparks schools, elementary through Jr. High (middle school), graduating from Sparks High School.
Sherman developed a passion for police work at a young age. He joined the Reno Police Department Explorer program at the age of 15 years. Then after high school, he enlisted in the Nevada Air National Guard in service to our Country and State, attending Air Force Basic Military Training and Security Police...
Kim has called Washoe County home for the last 40 years. She began her work experience at the age of 11, working in her parents’ small local business. Then after graduating from Reno High School and the University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice she was employed as a Deputy Sheriff with the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office for nearly 25 years.
https://www.howeforsheriff.com/ In 1988, Heidi Howe started her career in local law enforcement as a Reno Police Officer. In 1991, she set out on a decorated and devoted career with the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, rising in the ranks of the department from deputy, to sergeant, to lieutenant, to captain.
Ms. Howe served 20 of her 30 years in supervisory positions, overseeing a vast range of responsibilities including, but not limited too: hostage negotiation, district courts, officer...
The LIBRE Initiative® is a non-partisan, non-profit grassroots organization that advances the principles and values of economic freedom to empower the U.S. Hispanic community so it can thrive and contribute to a more prosperous America
It is always a pleasure to interview people on Timelines but when it is my classmate it just plain fun. John's and my paths have crossed many times since that first day we both raised our right hand July 7, 1976, and swore our oath of allegiance and entered the profession of arms. We both started off at Fort Benning at Infantry Officers Basic Course and winter Ranger School. In 1996 our paths would pass again as we both won our primaries to run for...
A quick look back at WordCamp Sacramento 2017. This is where you go to learn WordPress and meet the experts.
Chris Webster is an archaeologist, author, podcaster, business owner, and archaeo-Futurist. His passion is public education, outreach, and making commercial field archaeology more efficient - raising the quality of life for archaeological field technicians. Chris, when he is not running his archaeologist firm, is out podcasting. He has nine podcasts and one is a daily podcast and that is a lot of commitment to podcasting.
Steve was one of the early innovators working on the protocol, taking the Wi-Fi interface into the commercial world. He was one of three people to form Silicon Valley Network. They took the ethernet and created the commercial name Wi-Fi. Silicon Valley Network became the Wi-Fi Alliance and Steve would end up selling his company to HP. The latter setup Wi-Fi certification labs. HP would go onto setup digital subscriber.
Timelines of Success podcast is adding a new entrepreneur venue, eoreno.com On the 1st Wednesday of the month, we are live at 11:30 AM at Swill Coffee & Wine, producing a podcast, a vlog, and streaming on Facebook. Then we will be followed by the Entrepreneurs of Reno Meetup.
In this first EORENO.COM, Timelines of Success Podcast those who showed up for the Entrepreneurs of Reno Meetup were invited to participate a what a group we had Frank Irwin, Jake Willers, Siva Hari, and Donald Robak.
Before the American West was settled and barbed wire closed off the range, the Code of the West was the one civilizing influence that could be relied upon. In his 2004 book, Cowboy Ethics – What Wall Street Can Learn from the Code of the West, Jim Owen made a heartfelt case for a new approach to business ethics — one that goes back to simple, timeless principles like those of the cowboy code. He also translated the unwritten Code of the West into Ten Principles to Live By.
CHARLES WOODMAN, RENO, NEVADA
Charles Woodman is an attorney and a candidate for Reno Municipal Court. He attended Reno High School, University of Reno (UNR) and J. Reuben Clark Law School. Since his early years at UNR, Charlie studied and worked for law firms. He has been called upon many times to serve as a Judge Pro Tem at the Reno Municipal Court, where he has heard cases when elected judges are unavailable. In 2005, Charlie was a Special Court Master. Today Charlie working hard and...