Cinammon Davies and Vivian Nguyen have been elected to the board of directors of NCET, a member-supported non-profit that produces educational and networking events to help people explore businesses and technology.
Davies, elected as NCET’s vice president of newsletters, is an account executive for the USA Today Network, where she develops strategies to empower businesses to increase market share.
She also is one of the founders of the bluegrass band, “Lost Cat,” and was recognized by the Nevada Women’s Fund as a 2018 Woman of Achievement Honoree.
Davies is a certified Digital Marketing Ninja and earned an associate’s degree in computer science from Morrison University.
Nguyen, elected as NCET’s vice president of public relations, works in the public relations department of The Abbi Agency in Reno.
After moving to Reno from California in 2017, she also has volunteered with the media-relations team for the Nevada Wolf Pack.
Nguyen earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations with minor in marketing from San Diego State University.
“Excellence in communications is one of the strengths of NCET,” said David Archer, the president and CEO of the nonprofit. “Cinammon and Vivian bring cutting-edge skills to the organization — and they’ll be sharing their expertise with NCET members who are eager to stay ahead of their competitors. We deeply appreciate their service to NCET.”
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, and the monthly Biz Bite, Biz Café and Tech Wednesday 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. For more information, visit www.NCET.org.