Luncheon Registration

NSPE-NV Southern Nevada Chapter

Monthly Luncheons

Every third Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Lawry's Prime Rib
4043 Howard Hughes Parkway.

$35 - RSVP by the end of business on Friday before the Luncheon
$40 - No or late RSVP
$20 - Student

*Please note that we have a small increase to the luncheon fees.

November 2019 Luncheon RSVP

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Monthly Luncheon
November 19, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Speaker: Angela Castro
Chief Strategy, Policy & Marketing Officer at the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada

Angela Castro

Topic: Transforming the Transportation Landscape of Southern Nevada

Angela Castro is the Chief Strategy, Policy & Marketing Officer for the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC). In her role, Castro works directly with the CEO as the chief of staff and is also responsible for the oversight of all strategic and public facing initiatives that span public transportation, traffic management and roadway planning and funding. She directs all state and federal government affairs and public policy; traditional and digital marketing; transit advertising; community engagement; media relations and messaging.

Castro moved to Las Vegas to attend the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations. She later earned her Master of Business Administration degree from Regis University. She is a graduate of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber’s Leadership Las Vegas program, a member of the Southwest Rotary Club and Nevada Public Radio Community Advisory Board, and has been named to Vegas Inc.'s distinguished “40 under 40.”

A technological shift is changing the way residents and visitors get around and Southern Nevada is leading the way in mobility options that accommodate all commuters in the Las Vegas Valley. Everything from buses and trains to roadways and traffic are feeling the disruption. Learn how transportation projects her in Southern Nevada are at the forefront of:

  • Reducing congestion, increasing capacity and improving safety
  • Connecting people to opportunities and services
  • And developing Data-driven solutions