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UNLV Magazine

Spring 2023
Vol 31, No 1

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Class Notes

Peter Arceo

Aug. 15, 2018
Peter Arceo, '96 BS Hotel Administration, recently was promoted to chief operating officer of San Manuel Casino in Highland, California. He joined the casino as chief marketing officer in 2015. In his new role, he will support the day-to-day management of the casino, develop talent, and enhance the overall brand experience for employees and guests. Previously, he was vice president/chief marketing officer for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community's Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Marcus Howard

Apr. 12, 2022
Marcus Howard, '15 Master of Education, along with Vedant Peris, '19 Master of Education, developed a program that uses smart technology and virtual reality to offer Las Vegas students emotional support in school. A comprehensive social and emotional learning program, ALOE ROSA is intended to address growing mental health problems among students ages 10 to 24. It uses smart technology including virtual reality and a complex conversation and tracking system to address mental health in K-12 schools. The program launched in 2021 to help teachers identify students experiencing mental health challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and is now expanding to monitor and track student emotions to prevent major incidents such as suicides, and to build better relationships between teachers and their students. Peris and Howard founded individual education technology startups, Aloe VR and ROSA, and came together to provide a comprehensive social and emotional learning service to Las Vegas schools. Howard is a former science teacher at 100 Academy of Excellence.

Karmen Smith

Jun. 24, 2016
Karmen Smith, ’97 Master of Social Work, is a licensed clinical social worker with a doctoral degree in divinity/pastoral counseling. She is a trauma specialist and ordained minister. She has more than 20 years of experience working in the field of child welfare with the Clark County department of family services. She was the assistant pastor of the University Church Institute of Metaphysics for many years and is the founder of NSITEFUL, which published her book, The I AM Solution: Simple Practices to Transform FEAR back to LOVE. Her hobbies are public speaking and watching inspirational movies. She lives in Henderson.

Wendy Roksvold

Jun. 21, 2017
Wendy Callahan Roksvold, '99 BA Communication Studies, is a senior recruiter for Futurestep/KornFerry. She also works closely with exchange students, serving as regional administrator for International Cultural Exchange Services and is always looking for host families to welcome students ages 15-18 into their homes during the school year. Photography, traveling, and selling Rodan+Fields skin care are among her hobbies. She lives in Henderson.