Leadership | Junior Achievement of Northern Nevada

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF Northern Nevada LEADERSHIP

Len Stevens

Len Stevens – President

Len Stevens is the new President of Junior Achievement of Northern Nevada, the world's largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future and make smart academic and economic choices.
 
This year Junior Achievement of Northern Nevada is celebrating Its 60th anniversary. In that 60 years, Junior Achievement is honored to have had the privilege of inspiring over 200,000 children in grades k- 12 throughout the 13 counties that encompass the Northern Nevada's.
 
Len is a distinguished business leader with 14 years in education, 32 years in coaching and mentoring students all over the world. Len spent 15 years as a CEO in the non-profit sector, and 6 years in radio marketing. 
 
Throughout his career, Len's ability to bring diverse communities and business interest together for the common good has been recognized often with numerous awards and commendations from educational institutes, community organizations and has even been awarded the Seven Seals Recipient for meritorious leadership and initiative in support of the men and women who serve America in the National Guard and Reserve.
 

Kristin Reagan

Kristin Reagan – Education and Events Manager

Kristin gets to bring entrepreneurship, financial literacy and work readiness programs to children spanning 13 counties by matching JA's wonderful volunteers with schools throughout Northern Nevada. 
 
Visiting several schools and students is her forte.  As former owner of the Tumblebus, Kristin visited 25 schools and taught 350 students gymnastics per week on a converted school bus. 
 
She is an avid marathon runner, finishing 30 marathons, 30 half marathons and various 5Ks, 10Ks and relays.  She loves training new runners in her spare time and co-owns a small RFID chip-timing business called OrangeSKY Events.

Megan Ellis

Megan Ellis – Office Administrator

As the Office Administrator, Megan is responsible for maintaining the day-to-day functions of JANN. Her broad background and skill set make her the ultimate multi-tasker, serving as the JANN account manager, HR Partner, and Content manager.
Megan brings with her a background in office management, production art, and marketing. She also has a long history volunteering in education in Northern Nevada. She is passionate about JA programs and believes they are the key to inspiring the next generations to take their futures into their own hands!
In her free time, Megan works as a freelance illustrator and Graphic Design Contractor. She is looking forward to desigining promotional content for all of JANN's spectacular fundraising events throughout the year! 
 
Contact Megan at: megan.e.ellis@ja.org

Katrina

Katrina "Dot" Morin – Pack Intern- Social Media

Dot is a current student at the University of Nevada, Reno, studying to earn a duel major in Marketing and Management with a minor in Information Systems. Dot is our Pack Intern from the University of Nevada, Reno's Pack Internship Program. She has helped us through the transition of new staff, making sure all classes are accounted for and each teacher is paired with a volunteer. She has also helped in reorganizing the office to become as efficient as it can be, bringing new ideas each day on how to better JANN and promote the amazing programs we provide for children in the Northern Nevada area. We are very pleased to have her and cannot wait to see what else she has to offer!

  • "Junior Achievement has given me a sense of what adults go through with budget issues."

    -Junior Achievement Student
  • "Junior Achievement reinforced concepts for me to remember later in life."

    -Junior Achievement Student
  • "I thought the experience was amazing. The presentation was unlike anything I've seen."

    -Junior Achievement Student
  • "I liked how the Junior Achievement volunteer explained his job to us."

    -Junior Achievement Student
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