Stacey Lockhart serves as the executive director with HopeLink of So. Nevada, a nonprofit with a mission of preventing homelessness, preserving families, and providing hope. Since joining HopeLink in 2019, the organization has experienced 525% growth in operating revenue, staff and four additional locations in Southern Nevada. In 2020-21 HopeLink served over 10,000 individuals, provided over 75,000 services, and more than $6M in COVID relief to assist with homeless prevention of those households impacted by the shutdown. Prior to HopeLink, Lockhart served as the executive director of The Shade Tree.
Robert “Bob” Glaser is a Vice President and Senior Director and is responsible for providing comprehensive wealth management solutions to clients. Bob has over 30 years of financial services experience including in Private, Retail and Corporate banking groups; in the consulting practice of a Big-4 accounting firm; and as a Chief Financial Officer. Bob is a graduate of the University of Utah and the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Delaware. He also serves the community through Communities In Schools Nevada; Nevada Public Radio; Opportunity Village; and the Alexander Dawson School.
Derek Parent is the Branch Manager of Movement Mortgage. Although he has made his name in the business, he is also very much involved with the Las Vegas community. If you don’t see Derek at the office or at a sporting game, you can catch him at his gym Movement Fitness. Parent is a strong believer that learning never stops, that personal development and leadership are important and that everyone should invest in anything that makes them the best version of themselves. He’s excited to be part of the Las Vegas Chamber.
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.