The Retirement Board is composed of seven members. Its membership includes:
|Mark R. Vincent:|
Mark R. Vincent is the Chairman of the Retirement Board. He has been the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the City of Las Vegas since 1998, with the exception of a brief period beginning in December 2008 when he served as Acting Deputy City Manager until a permanent Deputy City Manager was hired. He is currently responsible for the departments of Finance, Human Resources, and Information Technology as well as the City Clerk. He has played a key role in the city's evolution towards enterprise business solutions, strategic business planning and performance metrics, and the transition from the "hired-to-perform" approach of accounting to the "job-based" approach.
Prior to his appointment as CFO, Mr. Vincent served seventeen years with several Department of Energy prime contractors. He was employed by EG&G Energy Measurements, Inc. for thirteen years, seven of which were as Treasurer and Director of Finance. He also worked two years for EG&G Reynolds Electrical and Engineering Company, Inc. as its Manager of the Finance and Management Control Department, and for two years with Bechtel Nevada as its Business Systems Manager. All three of these contractors supported the weapons testing program at the Nevada Test Site.
Mr. Vincent has served on several governmental committees. He was appointed to serve as a member of the Public Employees' Retirement Board for the State of Nevada by Governor Gibbons in April 2009, and has served as Vice-Chairman of the Board from July 2009 to the present. He was also appointed by the Nevada League of Cities in December 2010 to serve on the Committee on Local Government Finance as created by the Nevada Legislature.
Mr. Vincent has been a licensed certified public accountant in the state of Nevada since 1981. He worked for national certified public accounting firms specializing in casino audits prior to his Nevada Test Site employment.
A forty-six year resident of Las Vegas, Mr. Vincent is a 1978 graduate of the University of Nevada Las Vegas, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with distinction.
|Mr. Collins was appointed to the Retirement Board by Governor Sandoval in 2011. Prior to this appointment, Mr. Collins
served on the Police and Firefighters' Retirement Fund Advisory Committee for 3 years. Currently Mr. Collins serves
as the Executive Director of the Las Vegas Police Protective Association ("LVPPA"), a position he has held since January
of 2007. The LVPPA has approximately 3,000 members. The LVPPA represents the rank and file police and corrections officers
of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, as well as the City of Las Vegas Deputy Marshal and the City of Las Vegas
Municipal Court Marshals.
Mr. Collins has worked in law enforcement with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for the past 27 years. In those 27 years, Mr. Collins has worked in a variety of assignments, including patrol, the detective Bureau, and, notably thirteen years in SWAT.
Captain Green was appointed to the Board by Governor Gibbons in 2009. He is in his 18th year working for the Henderson Police Department and is currently assigned as the captain for the Investigative Services Division. James has served as a committee member for Nevada Amber Alert since 2003. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and a Master's degree from Boston University in Criminal Justice. James also holds a Nevada Executive POST certificate and has completed the FBI’s National Academy (session #241) along with Northwestern University's school of Police Staff and Command (session #244).
|Mr. Bart Mangino was appointed to the Board by Governor Gibbons in 2009. Mr. Mangino is currently the principal of Bonanza High School in the Clark County School District, Las Vegas. He has been employed by Clark County School District since 1979.|
|Mr. Rusty McAllister was appointed to the Retirement Board by Governor Sandoval in 2011. Prior
to this appointment, Mr. McAllister has served on the Police and Firefighters' Retirement Fund
Advisory Committee since 1999. Mr. McAllister has worked for the City of Las Vegas Fire Dept.
for the last 27 years and is currently employed as a Fire Captain.
Mr. McAllister has also been the President of the Professional Firefighters of Nevada (P.F.F.N.) organization since 2004. The P.F.F.N. represents approximately 2500 firefighters statewide. Mr. McAllister has been the legislative representative for the P.F.F.N. since 1999.
Mr. McAllister is the Treasurer for Las Vegas Firefighters Local 1285 and is currently Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Las Vegas Firefighters Health and Welfare Trust Fund. Mr. McAllister serves on the Board of Directors for The Public Education Foundation and also the Nevada State Firefighters Memorial.
Mr. McAllister has an Associate degree in Applied Science from Snow College and an Associate degree in Fire Science Technology from the Community College of Southern Nevada.
|Mr. David Olsen was appointed to the Board by Governor Gibbons in 2009. Mr. Olsen has over twenty-nine years of accounting experience in both the private sector and in State government. Mr. Olsen is currently the Chief Accountant for the Department of Transportation, prior to working for the Department of Transportation Mr. Olsen worked for the State Controller's Office and the State Attorney General's Office.|
|Ms. Ong was appointed to the Board by Governor Sandoval in 2011. She is co-founder of Hobbs, Ong & Associates, Inc., a financial consulting group specializing in municipal bond financing, and financial problem solving and support. Ms. Ong retired from Clark County, Nevada where she was employed as the Budget Manager. Ms. Ong currently serves on the Board of Directors of Employers Holdings, Inc., a Nevada corporation listed on the New York Stock exchange. Ms. Ong received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with an emphasis in Finance.|