Dear Sisters and Brothers,
I am honored to be the new president of the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada and to continue the work of those who have served before me.
I am eager to share many updates to our organization as we make our way through 2020 and into a new year. We have no doubt all faced new challenges, hurdles, and growth opportunities during the pandemic. Together we will continue to grow and ensure that our members are heard and cared for.
Our highest priority as a board is to make sure all members are protected as we face an ever-changing economic climate. This means making sure working conditions, wages, health benefits, and retirements are secure for the immediate future and generations to come. We will continue to show the community and leaders throughout the state of Nevada the value of firefighters, because no matter what is going on in our country, one true constant is the service we provide every single day to everyone with whom we come in contact.
Open lines of communication are vital to any organization’s success, and it is a priority for us to ensure Locals know that their voices are heard and valued. I encourage you to reach out to me or any members of our leadership team throughout the state for any issue, no matter how small or large, so we can work to find solutions that benefit all of our members. We want the PFFN to be an asset to you and your organization.
As we finalize the fundraising for the Nevada Fallen Firefighters Memorial, our goal is to complete the memorial by the end of 2020. Through generous donations made by many of our members, Locals, and supporters throughout the state, we will continue to share updates on the progress and look forward to unveiling the final piece.
Again, it is a privilege to serve all of you at the local, state, and federal levels, and I am ready for the challenges ahead.
President, Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada