Who has had the greatest impact on your career?

Daren Libonati • President/COO, Justice Entertainment Group“Dennis Finfrock and Pat Christenson both impacted my career by presenting me with opportunities to learn through success AND failure. From my interning at Thomas & Mack Center, and the years of growth that followed there and at the MGM’s arena, the experience was fantastic.”
Daren Libonati • President/COO, Justice Entertainment Group

Lynn Rosenbach • Chief Executive Officer, Southwest Medical Associates“My Mom, of course. The foundational values of humility, compassion and tenacity learned from my Mom have had a great impact personally and professionally. These values have kept me grounded and mindful of engagement at a personal level as opposed to a ‘title’. A good sense of humor always helps too.”
Lynn Rosenbach • Chief Executive Officer, Southwest Medical Associates

Dr. Andrew M. Cash • Orthopedic Surgeon, Desert Institute of Spine Care“I studied spine surgery under Robert Watkins, a world-renowned spine surgeon.  Dr. Watkins taught me the fundamentals of spine care which my practice exemplifies: treating patients as if they are family, doing everything in my power to help them and providing care with compassion and respect.”
Dr. Andrew M. Cash • Orthopedic Surgeon, Desert Institute of Spine Care

Kimball S. Anderson • CEO, Southern Hills Hospital“Growing up, I worked for a cowboy who taught me that you have a choice. You can whine about tough situations or be excited to face challenges. He was kind, patient and happy. He was honest, hardworking and dependable.”
Kimball S. Anderson • CEO, Southern Hills Hospital
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Kirk Boylston • President, NAIOP Southern Nevada“Ed Ball Jr. at Cabot, Cabot & Forbes. Ed provided my first opportunity to enter into the commercial real estate development field. Our group was very hands on and involved with all facets of the development processes which allowed me to gain a detailed knowledge of the many components involved.”
Kirk Boylston • President, NAIOP Southern Nevada

Pat Taylor, CMCA • Board of Directors Secretary, Community Association Institute“My brother Doug Taylor encouraged me to get involved with the profession of community management, and I later realized that I loved it. He always supported me to expand my knowledge and experience, and was a great role model in his preparation of transitioning his company to me.  I am deeply grateful for his gentle guidance and his always spot-on advice.”
Pat Taylor, CMCA • Board of Directors Secretary, Community Association Institute