Breslow, Director of the Department of Business and Industry announced that
Terry Reynolds has been named Deputy Director.
The appointment was made after former Deputy Director Shannon Chambers transitioned
to a new position within the organization. Reynolds will be responsible for
managing the financial, human resource and administrative functions of the
has more than 35 years management experience in the both the public and private
sectors. He received his BA and MA in Political Science from the University of
Nevada and served as a legislative intern in the Nevada Legislature and a
Congressional intern for the US Senate. He was formally the president of The
Reynolds Company, providing governmental affairs representation, project
management, and entitlement expertise to public and private clients.
served four years as general Manager for the Resort at Red Hawk (A Loeb
Enterprises Company) where he was responsible for all resort operations as well
as the entitlement of Wingfield Springs and the Foothills planned resort
communities. From 2003 to 2008, he was senior vice president for external
affairs and entitlements with the Wingfield Nevada Group Management Company
(WNG). He oversaw entitlements and governmental affairs for WNG Developments
and acted as liaison to federal, state and local agencies for various
to this, Reynolds worked in municipal government for 21 years as a city manager
for the cities of Prescott Arizona, Elko and Sparks, Nevada. He also served as
an administrator officer in the Court Administrator’s Office of the Nevada
Supreme Court handing legislative matters for the lower courts.
About the Department of Business &
The Department of Business and
Industry is a cabinet level agency in Nevada State government. Our objective is
to encourage and promote the development and growth of business and to ensure
the legal operation of business in order to protect consumers by maintaining a
fair and competitive regulatory environment. The Director’s office manages a
number of programs and initiatives to address the needs of small businesses,
homeowners and consumers including small business advocacy, bond programs,
access to capital, housing retention programs, constituent services and fraud
prevention and education.