Jim Kohl

Jim Kohl

President

Mr. Kohl received a B.A. from Guilford College in 1988 and a J.D. from the Villanova University School of Law in 1995. He has been a member of the Las Vegas Rotary Club since 1996. Mr. Kohl’s Rotary service includes being named 25 Club President, as well as…
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Jackie Thornhill

Jackie Thornhill

President-Elect

Jacqueline Thornhill is President of the Landmark Financial/DBA Landmark Divorce Solutions, Nevada EZ Divorce and Nevada Paralegal. Ms. Thornhill has assisted clients, attorneys, and financial professionals with issues relating to high net worth complex…
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Michael Gordon

Michael Gordon

Immediate Past President

Michael Gordon came to Las Vegas from Cape Town, South Africa in September 2006 on a Rotary International Ambassadorial scholarship. He received both his LL.B. (Bachelor’s degree) and LL.M. (Master’s degree) in Private Law from the University of South Africa…
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Melanie Muldowney

Melanie Muldowney

Service Projects Committee, International

Melanie Muldowney is an attorney, currently working for Allstate insurance. She was brought to Las Vegas by her father, also a Rotarian since 1986, when she was 2. She went to Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and received…
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Tom Brooker

Tom Brooker

Treasurer

Tom was born in Windsor Ontario Canada. One of seven children, he moved with his parents to Las Vegas. Tom graduated from UNLV with a degree in Accounting. After graduation, he obtained a CPA license to practice public accounting in California and Nevada…

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Kirk Alexander

Kirk Alexander

Director, Service Local Community

Kirk Alexander is a senior executive for Priority Financial Network, serving as VP, Regional Manager for Nevada, California, and Arizona. He has consistently met or exceeded the residential mortgage needs of his clients in Nevada and California for the past 32 years…

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Erik Astramecki

Erik Astramecki

Administration Commitee & Fund Raising Director

Erik Astramecki is a Las Vegas entrepreneur who has a passion for solving problems. He has become an expert on the art of problem-solving while working at some of the most innovative telecommunications companies…
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Jamie Goldsmith

Jamie Goldsmith

Fellowship Director

Jaime Goldsmith, Catering Sales Manager at Treasure Island, has been a Las Vegas local since 2009. Originally from Jonesboro, Arkansas, Jaime started her hospitality career in 1992. After graduating from Missouri State University in 2000 Jaime moved to New Orleans…

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Rosalee Hedrick

Rosalee Hedrick

Membership Committee

Rosalee Hedrick has been a Las Vegas resident since April 1999, actively involved in the community and her professional career of banking. She has served on the Board of Trustees for The Shade Tree, been a member of several committees for the Las Vegas…
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Janet Linder

Janet Linder

Membership Committee

Experience: 2008-2011 Ronald McDonald House, Las Vegas, Nevada Executive Director, 2004-2008 American Heart Association, Las Vegas, Nevada Executive Director, 2000-2004 United Way of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2000-2004 United Way…

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Anil Melnick

Anil Melnick

Special Projects Committee

Since 2010 when Anil’s wife Brittney founded B With A Twist Catering, Anil has used his twenty years of business management experience to help grow the startup into a company catering more than 650 events a year throughout Las Vegas. After earning a BA…
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Randy Donald

Randy Donald

Past President Representative

Mr. Donald has been in the construction industry for over 40 years. After learning the construction trade from his father, he purchased an existing lumberyard in 1975 and within 2 years built one of the first Home Center Building Material…

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