The Vegas Chamber is excited to relaunch its partnership with Octopon, a smart deals platform. The Chamber continually seeks ways to help members end the year on a positive note by providing resources such as Octopon.
Scott Howard is a third-generation roofer and contractor whose family business, Howards Roofing, has served Las Vegas since 1959. Howard is Chairman of City Impact Foundation, Las Vegas and is Board Treasurer of the international aid organization Convoy of Hope. He is a 1995 graduate of the Leadership Las Vegas program, and has served as a Regent/Trustee for his alma mater Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, as well as Board positions for the Desert Southwest Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and other non- profit and community service organizations.
Chuck founded Cornerstone Merchant Services, an independently licensed merchant card processor, in 2004. By cultivating a culture of integrity and personal responsibility, Chuck led Cornerstone to become the largest credit card processor in Nevada within a few years. Since founding Cornerstone, Chuck has volunteered time to various non-profit organizations throughout the community. He currently sits as the acting President of Helping Hands of Vegas Valley, which he has been a part of since 2010.
Mitch Fox, long-time Nevada broadcaster has been selected as the President and CEO of the Nevada Broadcasters Association. Fox was selected after an extensive, nationwide search. He brings more than 30 years of broadcasting experience to the position including his first job at KABC-TV in Los Angeles, at KTNV-TV in Las Vegas as a general assignment reporter and as director of production and programming for Vegas PBS. He is most well-known as a debate moderator, legislative/political reporter and host of “Nevada Week in Review.” Fox was also communications director for the City of North Las Vegas and Nevada State Director for the Porter Group, a Washington DC-based lobbying firm.
David Dahan brings more than two decades of insurance industry experience to Orgill/Singer. A 41-year resident and active supporter of his local community, Dahan serves on various community boards such as Las Ventanas Retirement Community, the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, the Nevada Restaurant Association and the governing board of North Vista Hospital. KLAV 1230 AM radio has recently given Dahan an opportunity to reveal his newest passion as host of Community Speaks – a conversation with local leaders.