Lenny Badger, Treasurer
A Las Vegas resident since 1967, Lenny graduated high school then served a four-year enlistment in the U.S. Air Force. He returned to Las Vegas and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and subsequently obtained his professional engineering license. Lenny has 23+ years of professional engineering experience and is currently Vice President of Community Development at Focus Property Group. Lenny and Susie, his wife of 33+ years, have raised three beautiful daughters - Peyton, Megan and Sydney. Lenny is eager to help the Yellow Pants Project make a difference.
Kim Anderson-Munford, Vice President
Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Kim graduated from Erasmus High School of the Performing Arts, and earned her bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts/Dance at Adelphi University in Long Island, New York. As a professional entertainer, Kim’s career included performing on and off Broadway, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on cruise lines, and her final stop, The Las Vegas Strip. Kim has lived in Las Vegas for over 20 years. During that time, she became the owner and founder of Wildroots Salon, and a member of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors. Kim has been married for over 20 years to Steve , and raised two beautiful sons, Montana and Jonathan. Her family has been her most passionate dream fulfilled.
Maria Quaglieri (Tess)
Tess was born in the Philippines, where she graduated from the University of the Philippines with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Economics. Tess moved to the United States in 1995 after representing the Philippines in the 1994 World Aerobics Championships. Tess was also a cast member of the MGM Resorts International production, Inspiring Our World. She is currently a Hotel Operations Manager in charge of Department Training at the MGM Grand Las Vegas.
Troy Parker, Secretary
An English teacher of 18 years, Troy always strives to support the Las Vegas community in which he lives. He holds two college degrees: a B.S. ED. in English and an M.S. ED. in Educational Administration, and he is in his ninth year working as a teacher in the Clark County School District. In 2005, Troy, who is originally from Kansas, was awarded the Outstanding Educator Award from his alma mater, Pittsburg State University. In honor of the award, Troy was asked to return to his university to deliver a speech to his former professors and fellow education majors on campus. A strong advocate of anti-bullying, Troy is
proud to be part of The Yellow Pants Project.
Pamela Koopman White, President
Pamela was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. Upon graduation from Bonanza High School, she attended Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona on a music scholarship, and majored in Advertising. She returned to Las Vegas in 1988, and for the past 25 years, Pamela has become a recognized sales professional in the field of gaming and special event promotional items. Pamela is excited to be a part of the Yellow Pants Project and the opportunity to increase awareness, and provide impactful solutions, to rid bullying in our schools.
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