Oliver Chow, Nadia Hansen, and Skylar Dice join the United Way of Southern Nevada Board of Directors
LAS VEGAS – Each year, as current board members’ terms conclude, new leaders join the United Way of Southern Nevada (UWSN) Board of Directors to enhance the mission of UWSN. As well-established and knowledgeable individuals, UWSN is excited to announce the election of three new board members, Oliver Chow, Nadia Hansen, and Skylar Dice.
“We are incredibly excited to announce our new 2023 board members as they join us in creating goals which better impact the community of Southern Nevada,” said UWSN President and CEO, Julian High, “Oliver, Nadia, and Skylar have already made large contributions to the community, and we look forward to the upcoming year with our established team.”
Oliver Chow has vast experience in multiple industries including banking, entertainment, and gaming. His current title is the SVP of Corporate Finance at Light & Wonder, with his previous role with Aristocrat Technologies, serving as their Gaming CFO of the Americas, EMEA and Customer Experience. Chow received his Executive MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management in 2018.
Nadia Hansen has an expertise in technology that dates back two decades. Her role as Digital Transformation Technology Executive has led to her success in various roles and markets across the community. Her leadership experience and strategic planning has helped her in outstanding achievements in technology, data, innovations, and business. Hansen has experience on various other boards in the State of Nevada and has helped nonprofits with strategic planning, budgeting, and cybersecurity. Hansen received her bachelor’s degree from UNLV, and Executive MBA from UCLA.
Skylar Dice joins the UWSN board with a vast knowledge of the gaming industry. He currently serves as Vice President and Assistant General Manager of The Strat. His role is to oversee gaming operations, marketing and player development. His expertise in hospitality, management, and gaming has had significant impact not only locally but across the country as well. He has previously been involved with nonprofit organizations and looks forward to his time ahead with United Way of Southern Nevada.