Gov. Sandoval taps former Reno mayor Cashell, former Lt. Gov. Krolicki for tourism

Bob Cashell (Courtesy City of Reno)

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday named former Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki and former Reno mayor Bob Cashell to the Nevada Commission on Tourism, and appointed Sandra Douglass Morgan to the Nevada Athletic Commission.

Cashell served as mayor of Reno for 12 years and previously served as the 28th Lt. Gov. of Nevada and a member of the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents. During his time as Lt. Gov., Cashell was instrumental in the creation of the Commission on Tourism, according to officials. He is the owner of Cashell Enterprises, a hotel and casino company.

Krolicki, a longtime Lake Tahoe resident, served as the 33rd Lieutenant Gov. of Nevada, as well as the Reno Tahoe Winter Games Coalition. He previously served two terms as the Nevada State Treasurer.

Krolicki and Cashell will serve for terms that will expire in July 2018.

Morgan, a native of Las Vegas, serves as the director of external affairs for AT&T Nevada for Southern Nevada. She previously served as the city attorney for the city of North Las Vegas, as well as litigation attorney for MGM Mirage, the state's largest employer.

Morgan will replace Cisco Aguilar for a term that will end in October 2018.

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