Get Involved

You devoted several years to your education at the Lee Business School. Make the most of that investment by staying involved. Here are some ways we invite you to be engaged with the business school and UNLV.

  • Your gift will continue to strengthen the Lee Business School students, faculty and programs that help prepare our graduates to be future business leaders.

  • The board is comprised of Lee Business School alumni who are dedicated to staying involved with the university, giving back and supporting current students. Applications are accepted at any time. To apply, contact Kim Nehls, Interim Assistant Dean of External Relations, at or 702-895-1584.

  • The office works with the business community to create employment opportunities for students and alumni.

Alumni Association

The Lee Business School Alumni Chapter is the largest chapter at UNLV. The chapter is led by dedicated alumni who volunteer their time to help you stay connected with the university.

If you are a current member, thank you for your support. If you are not a member, we encourage you to get involved, become a member and connect with other successful alumni.

When you join the UNLV Alumni Association, choose business as your affiliation to automatically become a member of the Lee Business School Alumni Chapter.


As a graduate of the Lee Business School, you have a built-in network with your fellow alumni. To connect with them and stay up-to-date on Lee Business School events, news and announcements, use any of our online resources:

  • Join the Lee Business School on LinkedIn to connect with your fellow alumni.

  • Keep connected with us on Facebook and gain access to event information, photos, and video.

  • Follow us on Twitter (@unlvleebusiness) to receive tweets about the Lee Business School, our events, people and programs.

Class Notes

Christian Dane Terry

Christian Dane Terry, '12 BS Gaming Management, '16 BSBA - Finance, recently has linked up with the commercial division of Berkshire Hathaway's Southwest office in Las Vegas. He focuses his efforts on helping commercial landlords add more value to their investments by filling vacancies, helping raise rents when and where free markets dictate, and also assisting them in achieving their goals by helping them defer their capital gains taxes through his 1031 exchange network. He is also a real estate investor with strategies including buy and hold as well as 1031 exchanges. He says he loves to trade the markets. His most recent trading strategies have been high-yielding real estate backed securities and triple-levered ETFs. He enjoys playing golf and backgammon and reading real estate literature.  

Michele Villagran

Michele Lucero Villagran, '01 BSBA International Business, will begin a new job this fall as an assistant professor in the School of Information at San Jose State University in California. Cultural diversity will be her focus. She lives in Alhambra.


Kim Nehls

Interim Assistant Dean for External Relations
Phone: 702-895-1584