Monica Moradkhan

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Monica Moradkhan joined Wynn Resorts in November, 2017 as Vice President of Community Relations. In this role, she is responsible for the company’s long-term community engagement strategy and objectives. Prior to her role at Wynn, Monica was Director of Development and External Relations for UNLV’s Division of Student Affairs, and previously served as Executive Director of a state legislative caucus shepherding legislation on public safety, housing, economic development and taxation throughout three Nevada Legislative sessions.

During her undergraduate studies, Monica participated in a tourism conference in Finland that fueled her passion for the tourism and hospitality industry. Monica holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Hotel Administration from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Over the past two decades Monica has built a “second career” of volunteerism and service for the Greater Las Vegas community. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors for Opportunity 180, she also serves on the Las Vegas Leadership Foundation, participates in the William F. Harrah College of Hospitality student mentor program, co-chairs The Shade Tree’s Development Committee and is an active member of St. Joseph Husband of Mary Roman Catholic Church.

Monica Moradkhan joined Wynn Resorts in November, 2017 as Vice President of Community Relations. In this role, she is responsible for the company’s long-term community engagement strategy and objectives. Prior to her role at Wynn, Monica was Director of Development and External Relations for UNLV’s Division of Student Affairs, and previously served as Executive Director of a state legislative caucus shepherding legislation on public safety, housing, economic development and taxation throughout three Nevada Legislative sessions.

During her undergraduate studies, Monica participated in a tourism conference in Finland that fueled her passion for the tourism and hospitality industry. Monica holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Hotel Administration from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Over the past two decades Monica has built a “second career” of volunteerism and service for the Greater Las Vegas community. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors for Opportunity 180, she also serves on the Las Vegas Leadership Foundation, participates in the William F. Harrah College of Hospitality student mentor program, co-chairs The Shade Tree’s Development Committee and is an active member of St. Joseph Husband of Mary Roman Catholic Church.

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