LAS VEGAS – Project 150, a local charity serving homeless, displaced and disadvantaged high school students, has named Kelli Kristo as its new executive director.
Kristo previously worked as executive director of the Las Vegas Business Academy. Before that, she worked in Las Vegas as the regional director of the Alzheimer’s Association. She brings more than 12 years of nonprofit management and fundraising expertise to the position, including positions with Habitat for Humanity and The Shade Tree.
With her considerable experience serving in leadership roles for local nonprofits and government organizations, Project 150 board members described Kristo as a strategic, results-driven leader with a proven ability to spearhead change and generate positive results.
“We’re honored to have Kelli Kristo join our Project 150 family,” said Patrick Spargur, Project 150 co-founder and president of its board of directors. “Her extensive background in nonprofit management and fundraising will be a big benefit for our homegrown local charity. We look forward to her leadership in elevating our mission.”