Pam Stuckey is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Renewable Envoy, an organization seeking to facilitate and promote the use renewable energy in Southern Nevada through education campaigns and sustainably-powered public art and infrastructure projects. An experienced online marketer, art advocate and renewable energy proponent, she is also a Solar Ambassador for SolarCity and a Research Associate for at-LAS, an interdisciplinary laboratory based at the UNLV School of Architecture. After a career in Human Resources with the State of Arkansas (working in Bill Clinton’s administration), Emerson Electric and the Sara Lee Corporation, Stuckey has also previously been Treasurer for the Contemporary Arts Center Las Vegas and Co-Owner and CEO of Body Sense for 18 years, a successful online complementary therapy business specializing in self-care products. Stuckey holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Arkansas State University.
Davi-May Messinger is Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer of Renewable Envoy, an organization seeking to facilitate and promote the use renewable energy in Southern Nevada through education campaigns and sustainably-powered public art and infrastructure projects. Characterized by a zest for life that has followed her from surfing (in her youth) to digital marketing, Messinger is undertaking Nevada’s Green Economy. Her time at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and working with strong women entrepreneurs led her to pioneer the development of an online shopping experience before the modern advent of the internet. Co-Owner and CFO for Body Sense, her experience in operations and trade show presence allowed the business to prosper for nearly two decades. She’s also previously worked in the building industry—having successfully created and launched a tile business in Santa Monica, CA. When not dealing with business matters, Messinger is a fierce Pickle Ball player in the Las Vegas circuit.
Suzy Martinez is the Chief Marketing Officer of Renewable Envoy and Founder of Expanded Connection, Inc., an organization which facilitates workshops, nation-wide, in English and Spanish in communication, language, and cultural acquisition utilizing art, dance, music, theater and whole-brain learning. She is also a Research Associate at-LAS—an interdisciplinary laboratory based at the UNLV School of Architecture—and Founder of Arts + Latin American Stories (ALAS), an organization focused on cultural celebration and intercultural dialogue—vital components to the health of communities and Latin America diaspora. Before moving back to Las Vegas, she was the Commissioner of Hispanic Affairs working as an advocate for arts and education in the state of Washington. Martinez received her MFA in Arts Leadership from Seattle University, a Mediation Certification from the City of Seattle and her Bilingual-Cross Cultural Teaching Credential from Chico State.