LAS VEGAS (May 11, 2022) – Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada announced the appointment of four new members to the board of directors.
Joining the board are Tonika Quick, Emily Litt, Dulcinea Rongavilla, and Teri Chan-Palomaki.
Tonika Quick is a volunteer, entrepreneur, director of a non-profit, and Corporate VP of Talent Development for Caesars Entertainment. Emily Litt previously served as the Vice-President of The Meadows Beginning School and currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Nevada Ballet Theater. Dulcinea Rongavilla is executive vice president of Cragin & Pike, and was recently named the agency’s first female/Hispanic shareholder partner. Teri Chan-Palomaki is an experienced financial analyst who joined Scientific Games in 2015 as Vice President of Finance and Facilities.
“We are excited to welcome all four of these experienced community leaders to our Board of Directors,” Kimberly Trueba, CEO of Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada said. “Their breadth of experience in human resources, nonprofit development, finance, and business brings great expertise and diversity to our board,” she said.
The four new members joined the Board of Directors at Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada’s annual meeting on May 4.