Community Players is a weekly half-hour public affairs program hosted by KUNV News and Public Affairs Director Zachary Green. This show explores the Las Vegas community and all of its players that make the valley a great place to live. This show explores the world of the nonprofit, government, and private sectors here in Las Vegas. Listeners can expect to learn something new every time they tune into Community Players. The show airs on KUNV 91.5 FM Jazz and More on Sundays at 6:30 AM.
Thrift shopping has never been this much fun! Host, Zachary Green sits down with the creator of Dinosaurs and Roses, Michele Morgan-Devore, to discuss the organization’s work in the community. From scholarships to giving clothing to the homeless. Dinosaurs and Roses is a name that is hard to forget.
More information is available at: https://www.dinosaursandroses.org/
This week host Zachary Green sits down with 91.5 Jazz and More afternoon drive personality John Nasshan who shares his passion for working with students. Nasshan first discusses his journey as a radio DJ for KUNV. He then shares some of his experiences as a mentor for students involved with the Nevada Promise Scholarship.
More information about the Nevada Promise scholarship at: https://www.csn.edu/promise
This week host Zachary Green sits down with Kathleen Taylor’s, director of the Nevada Women’s Business Center. She shares tips and inspiring stories about entrepreneurship to help improve and develop the economy here in Las Vegas.
More information at: http://nevadawbc.org/
This week host Zachary Green speaks with Maureen Schafer, Chief of Staff for UNLV’s School of Medicine. The two discuss the School of Medicine and its second incoming class of students. The pair also discuss Schafer’s relationship with the community and the work that the Council for a Better Nevada is doing for Southern Nevada.
More information: http://www.unlv.edu/medicine
More information: http://www.cbnonline.org/
This week host Zachary Green speaks with Barbara Coffee, Director of Economic Development and Tourism for the city of Henderson. The two discuss Start Tank, a competition that allows local entrepreneurs to share their ideas in hopes of receiving funding. This is the second annual Start Tank competition.
More information at: http://hendersonmeansbusiness.com/start-tank/