Chaad Taylor Named Special Projects Coordinator for Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance
(Las Vegas) – The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance, formerly the Nevada Development Authority, announced today that Chaad Taylor has been appointed to the position of Special Projects Coordinator. Taylor will oversee various projects within the LVGEA, ensuring their timely completion through supervision and organization.
“Chaad has demonstrated his unwavering dedication to this organization and his strong commitment to this team,” said Tom Skancke, the president and CEO of the LVGEA. “In his new role, Chaad will coordinate projects that will require special detail to assist the LVGEA achieve its goals and objectives.”
Prior to the appointment of Special Projects Coordinator, Taylor served as administrative assistant for the LVGEA, where his responsibilities included performing directorial and office support activities for multiple supervisors, managing workflow and maintaining procedures to guarantee consistent performance. Taylor holds more than 15 years of experience as an administrative assistant.
About Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance
The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance, previously known as the Nevada Development Authority, is Southern Nevada’s premier economic development agency. For 57 years, it has continued to diversify and improve the economy of Southern Nevada. For more information, call 702.791.0000 or visit www.lvgea.org. The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance is located in The InNEVation Center powered by Switch.
Switch is the world’s most reliable technology ecosystem, in the country’s safest desert. Switch is a Nevada-based technology ecosystem that includes the Switch SuperNAP, a 407,000-square-foot facility that houses the servers of Google, VMWare, HP, Intuit, eBay, Zappos, and many more. The SuperNAP has gained global attention through its use of patented technology to house servers at a density that far surpasses industry standards, with additional safeguards provided by armed security and Las Vegas’ unique geography as a city free from natural disasters. The company provides colocation, connectivity and cloud services, all on an expansive technology campus in Las Vegas. Switch also powers the InNEVation Center – the first public/private economic diversification effort of its kind. For more on Switch, visit switchlv.com or contact Kristi Overgaard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the InNEVation Center
The InNEVation Center is the first public/private economic diversification effort of its kind. It was developed by Rob Roy, the Founder and CEO of Switch, Nevada’s most successful tech start-up to date. The more than 40,000-square-foot center is a COWORKING environment where start-ups and entrepreneurs (InNEVators) converge with business luminaries, political leaders, and investors (COLLABORATORS) to launch and nurture new ventures. It’s also a thriving business community complete with networking opportunities and educational and promotional events held at a state-of-the-art venue. The inNEVation Center is powered by Switch, the Las Vegas-based technology superpower whose globally dominant SuperNAP provides 100% secure uptime for the servers of Google, VMWare, HP, Intuit, eBay, Zappos, and 462 others. For more on the InNEVation Center, visit inNEVation.com or contact Richard Ethington at email@example.com.