Nevada HAND has promoted Megan Schimick to chief financial officer. In 2016 Schimick was recruited as controller to the nonprofit real estate development and property management company that has built and currently manages 31 affordable family, senior, and assisted living apartment communities throughout the Las Vegas metropolitan area.
“Since joining the Nevada HAND team, and particularly our Executive Leadership Team, Megan has made significant contributions to our leadership culture and best practices,” said Michael Mullin, Nevada HAND founder and chief executive officer. “She has exceeded our expectations, and we couldn’t be more pleased for her and the positive impact she will have on the future of the company and our residents for years to come.”
Schimick has more than 17 years of accounting and finance experience. Prior to joining Nevada HAND, she was a partner with Eide Bailly LLP, one of the top 25 certified public accounting firms in the nation, where she oversaw the Las Vegas tax department. She began her career with Kafoury, Armstrong & Co., which became part of Eide Bailly in December 2014.
Schimick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with a major emphasis in accounting from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a Master of Science degree in taxation from Golden Gate University in San Francisco. She is a certified public accountant licensed in Nevada.
About Nevada HAND
Nevada HAND (Housing and Neighborhood Development) was formed in 1993 to improve the lives of low-income individuals, families, and seniors in Southern Nevada through affordable housing solutions and supportive services. The mission-based nonprofit 501(c)(3) real estate development and property management organization uses various funding strategies (government grants, programs, and philanthropy) to develop affordable communities and it provides on-site services to help residents’ economic capability, wellness, success in school, and community engagement, creating opportunities for residents to live well, and for neighborhoods to thrive. Nevada HAND has built and currently manages 31 apartment communities that are affordable to working families and seniors living on fixed incomes. More than 7,000 people throughout the Las Vegas metropolitan area live in Nevada HAND communities including two of the only affordable assisted living facilities in Nevada providing 24-hour support to individuals needing a higher level of care. For information, visit www.nevadahand.org or call (702) 739-3345.
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