Three Clark County Commissioners, Chris Giunchigliani in District E, Mary Beth Scow in District G, and Susan Brager in District F running for reelection are scheduled to be on the Las Vegas Tribune radio show Face The Tribune hosted by former Nye County District Attorney Bob Becket.
Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani in District E, with two full terms as County Commissioner after serving in the Nevada Legislature, is now running for her third term and will be on Face The Tribune on May 14.
The oldest of six children — three girls and three boys — Chris grew up in Chicago, Illinois and attended St. John Bosco Elementary School, arriving in Las Vegas in the early part of the 1970s, where she worked her way through college at UNLV, earning a master’s degree in education with special emphasis on the emotionally disturbed. Since then Chris has compiled more than 50 additional credit hours in post-graduate work. She appeared on “Face The Tribune” radio show before as a County Commissioner and later as a mayoral candidate in 2011.
Commissioner Giunchigliani is a familiar face at the Las Vegas Tribune, where she has always been welcome even when her opinion differs from that of the radio station or the newspaper; all are looking forward to chatting with Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani on
Commissioner Mary Beth Scow will be the guest on Face The Tribune the following day, May 15, to talk about her second term in District G.
Mrs. Scow was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. While in high school, she was an exchange student to the Netherlands and was an honor graduate. She attended Brigham Young University, graduating cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in community health education. After moving to Las Vegas in 1977 with her husband and children, she served in many capacities in the community, including several school district committees, zoning task forces and the Parent Teacher Association, including president of the Sunset Area Council PTA and state board of managers.
On Friday, May 16, two-term Clark County Commissioner Susan Brager will be on Face The Tribune with Bob Beckett.
For more than 34 years, Susan has worked to improve education as a parent volunteer, school employee and school trustee. Susan served three terms on the Clark County School Board from 1995-2006. During her tenure, she served as president, vice president and clerk.
Prior to real estate, she worked for the Clark County School District in numerous capacities, including elementary school clerk, media clerk, physical education aide, special education aide and classroom aide. Susan has worked to enhance education offerings in Clark County since she first joined the Parent Teachers’ Association in 1972. She was re-elected and sworn into a second term on January 3, 2011. That year she was selected to serve as chair of the Commission by her peers.
Face The Tribune is aired daily from noon to one and is produced by Las Vegas Tribune newspaper and directed by its founder, Rolando Larraz, who created the show six years ago with two different hosts, former Clark County Recorder Fran Dean and the now Assemblywoman Michelle Fiore.
Today, the show is co-hosted by former Nye County District Attorney Bob Beckett and the Las Vegas Tribune founder and publisher, Rolando Larraz.
The list of personalities and political figures that have been guests on Face The Tribune includes Attorney General Catherine Cortes-Masto, Eighth Judicial District Court Chief Judge Jennifer Toggliatti; District Court judges Abbi Silver and Michael Villani and Family Court judges Steve Jones and Bill Henderson and Justice Michael Douglas.
Local architect and former school board candidate Ken Small has appeared several times on Face The Tribune and hosted the show when Beckett or Larraz were not able to do so. Also appearing on the show have been Chief Deputy District Attorney Bernie Zadrowski, as well as
sheriff candidates Ted Moody, Gordon Martines, Bobby G., Larry Burns.
Las Vegas Justice Court judges Deborah Lippis, Bill Kephart, Ann Zimmerman and Suzan Baucum are among jurists that have been guests on the popular radio show. From municipal court, judges Cedric Kerns, Heidi Almase and Cynthia Leung have all been guests on the show. County Commissioners Larry Weekly and Chair Steve Sisolak, as well as city councilmen Bob Beers, Mayor pro-tem Stavros Anthony and Mayor Carolyn Goodman all have also been guests on the popular Face The Tribune radio show.