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GCNV Luncheon – Saving Resources and Helping People – Waste Reduction in Nevada
February 21 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm$10.00
Stay tuned for more information regarding the February meeting.
At this month’s meeting, we will hear from the Chief Operating Officer of Three Square, Larry Scott, to discuss their mission of reducing waste by providing surplus food (prepared but not served) to hungry people throughout Southern Nevada.
Larry Scott – Chief Operating Officer at Three Square
Larry Scott is Chief Operating Officer of Three Square, a role he assumed in April 2017 after serving as Chief Financial Officer, managing the company’s multi-million budget. Scott is directly responsible for expanding Three Square’s mission of providing wholesome food to hungry people throughout Southern Nevada, increasing the organization’s food procurement and warehousing, as well as assuring the quality of food distributed to agency partners. Scott’s presence at Three Square has significantly elevated workplace culture, as he has been instrumental in the promotion of a positive and productive work environment. Prior to joining Three Square, Scott spent 31 years in the banking industry where he held management and executive positions. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Utah State University and a Master of Business Administration from National University. He is also a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington.
Our luncheons are a great opportunity for networking and education. We meet at the Innevation Center by Switch, right off the I-215 and Decatur exit and minutes from Henderson and the Center of Town. Our agenda includes:
- Open Networking
- Business Introductions – Introduce yourself and your business.
- Legislative Update
- Green Tech Update
- Keynote Speaker with a Q&A
Questions about the meeting? Interested in participating in our raffle? Contact us at [email protected]
Win a Framed 20×15 Original Print
This is an original photo by local photographer AJ Pagano – visit his site here. The print has a retail value of $385 and is printed on metal using a sublimation process. It has a wooden frame on the back that will make the print stand an inch off the wall. This is a fantastic piece that shows off the beauty of our great state.
(Please note, actual photo may vary from image here)