Easter Seals Nevada, a nonprofit organization providing a variety of services for individuals with disabilities and other challenges across the state, announced the addition of three new members to its Board of Directors, Kimberly J. Trueba, John V. Anderson and Michael Sullivan.
Trueba brings decades of management experience to the board. Currently co-owner and partner with HTK Hospitality Advisors LLC in Las Vegas, she previously served for nearly 20 years as managing principal and cofounder of TAL Studio. Her background further includes managing complex resort and themed entertainment projects at Disney Development Company and Walt Disney Imagineering. She has also served as a leader in working with international hospitality clients, such as Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and Wynn Resorts.
Anderson's career in architecture spans three decades, including working for 22 years with the architecture and planning firm SH Architecture in Las Vegas, where he currently serves as president and CEO. He has also worked with additional organizations in Southern Nevada, including JMA Architecture Studios, Clark County School District and Richard Luke Architects.
Sullivan offers 20 years of experience in managing campaigns and government affairs services. His background includes serving as a top advisor to many state elected officials and as well as leaders in the executive and legislative branch. Currently overseeing local government public affairs with The Ferraro Group, he works with clients across various industries such as transportation, banking and more. He has worked as a registered lobbyist in Carson City for more than a decade.