Larry Singer, a senior managing director at Newmark Knight Frank, is a 40-year veteran of commercial real estate and one of Southern Nevada’s top producing commercial brokers. His team has represented national and local clients including Cirque Du Soleil, Westcare Foundation, Southern Nevada Health District, Greenburg Traurig, Ainsworth Game Technology and Clark County. He is a member of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber Board of Trustees and has served as chairman of both the Lied Institute of Real Estate Studies at UNLV and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada.
Audra Hamernik is the new President and CEO of Nevada HAND. She brings more than 25 years of experience in real estate, financial services, social impact investing and lending, and community leadership. She was most recently the Executive Director of the Illinois Housing Development Authority. She has also served as Principal of A. Hamernik & Associates, Inc., and as Executive Director of Bluestem Housing Partners, a nonprofit housing developer. She earned her Master degree, as well as her Bachelor degree, in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Illinois.
Alex Slocum has been disrupting big businesses for over 3 decades with his innovative and revolutionary designs, development and successful deployment of projects. His trailblazing track record encompasses his out of the box visionary abilities combined with his technical and analytical planning skills. This trifecta creates massive shifts in the industry and spectacular outcomes for his clients., Slocum is now embarking on his greatest adventure yet… Game On Players and the GOPX Token - the FIRST patent pending cryptocurrency which will revolutionize the crypto space creating a new, global self-consuming ecosystem and a true fusion economy.
Dan Kearney is Senior VP and Market Manager for Audacy Las Vegas, overseeing operations, growth and revenue of the cluster’s six radio stations: KMXB (MIX 94.1) KLUC (98.5 FM) KXTE (ALT 107.5 FM), KXQQ (Q100.5 FM) KXNT (News/Talk 840 AM) and CBS Sports Radio 1140 AM as well as the Audacy App and other digital & data products. He joined Entercom Radio (now Audacy) upon the merger of CBS Radio in 2017 and consistency produces noteworthy revenue and ratings growth. He holds a BS in Radio-Television from So. Illinois University-Carbondale.