Board of Directors
Katherine Roden is Vice President of Human Resources for Golden Entertainment, Inc. She has held various leadership and executive roles in the gaming industry since 1995 focusing in Human Resources and Organizational Development.
Lynda Keeton-Cardno is a licensed certified public accountant in Nevada. She is a founding Board Member for Dress for Success, and served as a former board member of YMCA of Southern Nevada and as a United Way Women's Leadership Council General Member. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, a graduate of Arizona State University's School of Business and Honors College, and has held the Certified Information Systems Auditor designation.
Pegean James is principal-partner of Ernst & Young Las Vegas and has been a resident of Las Vegas since 2000.
Executive Artistic Director and Founder
As a former member of the resident ensemble of Carnegie Hall (Ensemble Connect), Alexandria Le took part in their Entrepreneurship Program and launched the Las Vegas Wine and Music Festival in June 2016. She pursued three degrees in piano performance: Bachelor of Music (2005), Master of Music (2007), and Doctorate of Musical Arts (ABD 2017).
Daniel Hill is a life-long Las Vegan and supporter of the fine arts. He owns and manages a boutique trial law practice in downtown Las Vegas.
Jaime Smith was former Director of Communication and Education for Southern Wine and Spirits of Nevada as well as former Director of Wine for MGM Grand and Caesars Palace. He has been Head Sommelier of Charlie Palmer Aureole -- where he was twice-named "Best Sommelier in America" by Food and Wine Magazine -- and head sommelier at Bellagio's Le Cirque and Circo. He was a former Professor of Oenology at University of Davis and University of Nevada-Las Vegas.
Eli Stearns is President and CEO of 3G Productions, and managing partner of Enclave, a new 75,000 sq. ft. event space in Las Vegas.
Former Board Members who have lent us their passion and expertise:
Rosemary Richardson (founding chair)
Banner image: Las Vegas Review-Journal, "Music to the Rescue" (Chase Steves).