Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada (RTSNV) announced the hiring of Rick Curtis as its Director of Programs.
In this role, Curtis is responsible for researching, planning, developing, and implementing RTSNV’s programs, including Critical Home Repair, Safe at Home, and Neighborhood Revitalization. This is vital as the nonprofit continues to grow and expand its services. RTSNV currently provides critical repairs to more than 250 homes, up from 150 homes prior. Thanks to additional funding, the nonprofit is expected to touch over 500 homes in the upcoming fiscal year.
Curtis will apply his more than 30 years of experience spanning the worlds of construction, health care business consulting, web and database development, and information technology to help RTSNV continue its mission of repairing homes, revitalizing communities, and rebuilding lives.
Before joining RTSNV, Curtis served as Chief Technology Officer and Network Technician for 12 years at a firm dedicated to healthcare technology. Where among other things, he was responsible for all network infrastructure and the evaluation and procurement of software and hardware. Additionally, creating from the ground up and then managing a data analysis and reporting project that spanned all business and provider domains for physician practices in a large physician practice association comprised of over 100 large practices throughout the United States.
Curtis attended Northwestern Health Sciences University, where he earned a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, in addition to a bachelor’s in Human Biology. He is currently working toward a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Oregon State University. He is passionate about helping those in need stay in their homes. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with family, all things tech, attempting to play guitar, dirt biking and all things off-road.
For more information about RTSNV visit www.rtsnv.org.