Wes McQuillen and Kyle Robertson have been elected to the board of NCET, a member-supported non-profit that produces educational and networking events to help people explore businesses and technology.
Heather Hoffman and Tracy Rhodes have been re-elected to the board of directors of NCET.
McQuillen was elected NCET’s vice president of email services for its Tech Wednesday events.
McQuillen, a full stack marketer, is Director of Marketing for Sierra Well and provides project-based marketing consulting for other local clients.
His experience includes marketing and public relations in IT industries, higher education, the non-profit sector, hospitality, and the arts. He also has worked as a freelance photojournalist.
McQuillen earned a bachelor’s degree in music composition from James Madison University and is pursuing a master’s degree in business from Western Governors University.
Robertson, elected as vice president of speaker management, works as a mortgage consultant with New American Funding.
He is an experienced mortgage lender, originating home loans for purchases as well as refinances.
He attended the University of Nevada, Reno, on a football scholarship, where he met his wife. They have two young boys, Vincent and Thomas.
Hoffman has been re-elected as vice president of event services for NCET. She has been a member of the NCET board for the last five years.
She is the sales and marketing specialist at LEGACY Supply Chain Services, a provider of high-service 3PL solutions with U.S. headquarters in Reno. Hoffman previously held management positions in sales, marketing, and project management in the telecommunications industry and had her own consulting business. She is a native Nevadan and has earned a bachelor’s degree in business from UNR.
Rhodes, re-elected as vice president of website services, is the founder of Sierra Web Solutions LLC in Reno. He previously served 20 years as a pilot and aeronautical engineer in the U.S. Air Force and worked 22 years as a pilot for Northwest Airlines.
He is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and earned a master’s degree in aeronautical engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology.
“Skilled and highly energetic board members have been key to the growth of NCET into a well-respected business educational and networking organization,” said Dave Archer, the president and CEO of the nonprofit. “NCET and its members are grateful for the volunteer commitment of Wes, Kyle, Heather and Tracy.”
NCET, Northern Nevada’s largest educational and networking organization, is a member-supported nonprofit organization that produces educational and networking events to help people explore business and technology. NCET’s award-winning programs include the annual NCET Small Business Expo and NCET Tech Showcase and Awards, the monthly Biz Bite and Special Event luncheons, and the Tech Wednesday and Biz Café events. NCET is funded by memberships, sponsorships and program revenues, and receives no state or Federal funding. NCET is not affiliated with the State of Nevada or the University of Nevada.