Women of Intrigue

They’re leaders, and they’re pushing our city into the future.

Meet our 2017 Women of Intrigue

August 31st, 2017

They’re leaders, and they’re pushing our city into the future.

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    The sisters have established the Wilson Gabrielle brand as a combination of their separate styles, and now they're going bicoastal.

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    As Director of Customer Development at Wynn Nightlife, she's responsible for packing the casino’s venues and “creating the best party in town.”

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    When visitors walk into Bonanza Gifts, they’re looking for authentic bits of Vegas to take home, and the store's manager sees to it that they ...

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    The Black Sheep is the vision of this former Aureole and DB Brasserie sous chef, and it has been one of the Valley’s most talked-about ...

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    The Westgate Vice President of Resort Operations & Assistant General Manager has been part of a team for most of her life, especially as a ...

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    The marketing director for the Las Vegas arm of concert is responsible for hyping many of the city’s biggest and most noteworthy shows.

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    With a decade of experience in hospitality and communications, she was an obvious candidate for the Cosmopolitan’s Vice President of Public Relations.

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    It’s a good sign that UNLV’s recently appointed Director of Athletics is so keen to talk up Southern Nevada’s natural charms and the trails that ...

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    Some are always onstage and some are behind the scenes, but there’s one thing all of these women have in common—we need to know more ...

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    She's one of the city's favorite DJs. She's a singer famous for her turn on American Idol.

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    “Sometimes you have to take two steps back to take five steps forward."

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    O’Neill is leading the way in developing one of the most exciting and anticipated cultural projects in the city’s history.

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    The "queen of house" has been in the game since she opened a coffee bar next to the Metz back in the ’90s.

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    As the founder of Ava Rose Agency, Bell-Holland has made human connection into an art.

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    Amato has music in her blood. Her musician dad came to Vegas in ’68 and worked in all the big showrooms with all the big ...

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    Las Vegas was the first city to be beGlammed, but the company has expanded to 23 markets in the U.S. and Canada.

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    She decided to give Vegas a shot and found a warm, resourceful world ready to nurture her artistic dreams.

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    Before she was winning awards for her stunning transformations, she was a crucial element within Wynn’s nightlife group.

  • Arts & EntertainmentMirageCirque du Soleil

    The new Magical Technical Tour gets you up close with the sights and sounds of the beloved Cirque du Soleil production. ...

  • A&E

    Less than three weeks after the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history took place at a packed Las Vegas country music festival, another valley ...

  • A&E

    The new show at the Rio has everything from dancing pirates to an archer shooting an apple off her own head.

  • Music

    After Janet Jackson’s October 14 concert at Mandalay Bay, she's a primary candidate for her own casino-based show.

  • Chef Talk

    The innovative chef talks about relocating Spago from the Forum Shops at Caesars to Bellagio in early 2018.

  • FeaturedFoodMexican food

    From Tacos El Gordo to China Poblano, the greatest local versions of the most important food.

  • A&E

    The first NF Hope concert in New York was held in May and the inaugural Chicago event is set for April.

  • Reviews

    It has converted, from a sushi-filled nightspot into a take on the original Blue Ribbon Brasserie from SoHo.

  • Industry Weekly

    The petite burlesque star with the big, soulful voice pops up all over town to support her fellow performers.

  • Intersection

    If “Vegas Strong” meant anything at all, it meant that I couldn’t hide.

  • Industry Weekly

    "The people that want to come to see us know we’re still one of the baddest bands on the planet.”

  • Industry Weekly

    The U.K. DJ just remixed The Killers' "The Man."

  • Music

    “We’re sort of doing a complete reset of the production and our band and crew.”

  • FeaturedFoodMexican food

    Mariscos Playa Escondido, the original Lindo Michoacán and more.

  • Print

    Local authors make a strong showing this year.

  • Fine Art

    It’s one of the most ambitious, successful exhibitions in the UNLV gallery to date—which is saying a lot.

  • Industry Weekly

    Not many Vegas nightlife venues have lasted this long without making wholesale changes.

  • FeaturedFoodMexican food

    It’ll add a second story and more than 10,000 square feet.