Paul Stowell is Nevada regional executive for City National Bank. He has worked in the banking industry in Nevada for the past 35 years. He has a bachelors degree in broadcast journalism from BYU and was recognized in 2013 as “Business Person of the Year” by Nevada’s Future Business Leaders of America. Stowell serves as co-chair of the Nevada Corporate Giving Council, is an advisory board member of University Touro University Nevada, an HSB advisory council member for West Career and Technical Academy, and a counselor for the Boy Scouts of America. In addition, he continues to serve several other non-profit organizations.
Mark E. Brown currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Miracle Flights and brings with him an extensive background in philanthropy work, marketing, communications, public policy and government affairs. His past leadership includes Partner and President of R&R Partners, and as Executive Vice President of The Howard Hughes Corporation and Executive Vice President of Station Casino. Brown began his career as a senior legislative assistant for former Nevada Senator Chic Hecht. Brown currently serves as a member of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee.
Annette is President, CEO, and co-founder of Cure 4 the Kids Foundation. She has worked in health care for more than 30 years and has been involved with nonprofits since 1985. Her visionary leadership has shaped and strengthened the foundation, and its clinic, enabling it to serve an increasing number of patients with diverse needs. She led the charge in the foundation receiving The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval® Accreditation. As a health care provider, she was troubled by our health care delivery system and answered her calling to ensure that kids receive the care they need.
Jon Van Boening is President and Chief Executive Officer for the Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican Siena Campus, serving as the senior executive of the company’s flagship southern Nevada facility since July 2021. Siena Hospital is a 326-bed facility with a Level III Trauma Center, employing more than 2,000 health care professionals. Mr. Van Boening also serves as President of Dignity Health Nevada, responsible for southern Nevada operations and market ventures, including four Dignity Health Neighborhood Hospitals, 15 Dignity Health Physical Therapy Clinics, six Community Wellness Centers, and other services.