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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Boyd Alumnus Miles Dickson Featured in Vegas Magazine

Boyd alumnus Miles Dickson '11 is featured in the October issue of Vegas magazine.

The profile, Miles Dickson's New Leadership Adventure, shares with readers his decision to not pursue a law career, but instead work for Moonridge Group, an organization that assists people, corporations and nonprofits in developing and executing their charitable investments. Since leaving Moonridge Group after two years, Miles now does consulting focused on social policy and programs.

"In Southern Nevada, there is a huge opportunity to increase the resources available to create social progress," he said in the article. "We don't have a few things we need to do; we have a dozen. The biggest challenge for us is determining what has to come first." 

In Southern Nevada,” he says, “there is a huge opportunity to increase the resources available to create social progress.” But while the opportunities may be here, “Las Vegas is a difficult place to accelerate forward when most of the young people, especially the intelligent, ambitious ones, decide to leave.”
Read more at http://vegasmagazine.com/personalities/articles/miles-dickson-new-leadership-adventure#3GaHDRPGgOD0rxO4.99
In Southern Nevada,” he says, “there is a huge opportunity to increase the resources available to create social progress.” But while the opportunities may be here, “Las Vegas is a difficult place to accelerate forward when most of the young people, especially the intelligent, ambitious ones, decide to leave.”
Read more at http://vegasmagazine.com/personalities/articles/miles-dickson-new-leadership-adventure#3GaHDRPGgOD0rxO4.
In Southern Nevada,” he says, “there is a huge opportunity to increase the resources available to create social progress.” But while the opportunities may be here, “Las Vegas is a difficult place to accelerate forward when most of the young people, especially the intelligent, ambitious ones, decide to leave.”
Read more at http://vegasmagazine.com/personalities/articles/miles-dickson-new-leadership-adventure#3GaHDRPGgOD0rxO4.99