Board of Directors
Associate Board
Board In Memorium

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of the Southern Nevada Association of PRIDE, Inc. (SNAPI) is both proud and honored to be able to direct the growth of this outstanding organization. Each of the non-compensated board members volunteers countless hours to help ensure a successful and enjoyable PRIDE Celebration for all. (See Board Qualification Guidelines and Board Code of Conduct)

Brady McGill

President
Member Since 2010

Brady McGill

Brady McGill was born in Las Vegas and has always enjoyed giving back to his community. Brady spent much of his youth volunteering in community outreach with his family’s church and continued in his adolescence in The Boy Scouts of America. In High School, Brady was involved actively with The Future Business Leaders of America, for which he served as Chapter President. During his time with FBLA, Brady organized many fund raising and charitable events, most notably, a partnership with the March of Dimes. Brady began volunteer work with SNAPI in 2008 as a part of the LOVE program, promoting Las Vegas Pride. Brady now serves on the SNAPI Board of Directors to give back to our community and encourage the growth of our LGBT community.

Lucas Rangel

Vice President & Secretary
Member Since 2018

Lucas Rangel

Coming soon!

Freddy Lopez

Treasurer
Member Since 2018

Coming soon!

Brock Allen

Parliamentarian
Member Since 2020

Coming soon!

Clair Koetitz &
Lyndon Marquez

Directors
Member Since 2014

Lyndon and Clair

Clair Koetitz and Lyndon Marquez have been together for 28 years, married for 13 and have lived in Las Vegas for 7 years. Their lives have been intertwined so it is difficult to write two biographies. They began volunteering for PRIDE with the Parade as script writers and check-in duties and with the Center for community engaging events in 2008.

During their years in Boise, ID they were involved as Ambassadors and a Docents for the Boise Art Museum, American Heart Association, Muscular Dystrophy Association, and the Boise River Festival. They both continue to support The Festival of Trees event in Boise, ID by booking the entertainment for the annual event which benefits the Saint Alphonsus Hospital and Foundation.

Before their move to Idaho they lived in Midland, Texas, where they met. There they both were involved in numerous board positions for the American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Association and Gallery 1114. They spent numerous hours on the Texas Leadership Summit Task Force and raising monies with Round Up, a Cattle Baron Ball for the American Cancer Society.

They will continue supporting our community in any way possible. Las Vegas has many great LGBT organizations that can support numerous events on a united front.

Steven Mitchell

Director
Member Since 2018

Steve Mitchell

Steve was born in Connecticut and moved to Phoenix, AZ, at a young age.  He moved to Las Vegas in November 2014 but had been a frequent visitor to Vegas (many times as often as weekly) to perform with his band, Sin City KISS, for many years.  During the day, Steve works for a global bank and has been in banking for close to 30 years. He started the first Diversity & Inclusion group at the Henderson site that he works at with 30 people.  That group has grown to over 300 people in just 3 years.  Steve is now Sr. National Co-Chair of his companies’ LGBT+ Diversity group, a speaker at the annual Out & Equal Summits and a member of one of Out & Equal’s Advisory Committees.  He always is a staff writer for Las Vegas PRIDE magazine.  Steve’s passion is for all people to live life fully and authentically without fear.  He is an outspoken LGBT influencer at work and in the community.

Jean Carlos Lopez

Director
Member Since 2018

Jean Carlos Lopez

Jean Carlos (JC) Lopez is originally from California but has created a new home in LAS VEGAS! He is an expert in sales and marketing, with a specialization in training management. He has also been in the entertainment industry from a young age. JC is classically and Broadway trained in Voice and Dance. He launched his first company at 18, where he produced and directed his first musical. JC then traveled to England and started the Kent University Musical Theatre Society in Canterbury where he produced/directed and performed in over 35 showcases in two years! Fast forward after 6 years of running a marketing firm and sales agency, he came back to Entertainment, launching Relentless Entertainment in Vegas. He also spends his time as an Entertainer/Emcee/DJ on Fremont and the Las Vegas Strip! He joined the Las Vegas Pride Board in 2018 and is excited to help bring on our PRIDE Event in Las Vegas. He is very proud to be a part of an organization that gives back to their community and helps them unite and celebrate life and diversity!

Joslyn Hatfield

Director
Member Since 2020

Joslyn Hatfield

Joslyn Hatfield (she/hers) joined the board in 2020 and is the Editor of Las Vegas PRIDE Magazine. Prior to assuming this role she was a columnist and contributing writer for Las Vegas Spectrum Magazine and contributor to Las Vegas PRIDE Magazine.

She is an organizer of Vegas Women’s Fest and prior to relocating to Las Vegas in 2017, Joslyn spent two years helping build and manage She Fest, the signature Women’s event for San Diego Pride. She is a long-time supporter and volunteer of San Diego Pride and Palms Springs Pride and joined a collective of inclusive community organizations to bring the free virtual festival SQ:UAD Fest to life at the onest of COVID-19.

She holds a bachelor’s degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Telecommunications and Journalism at Arizona State University and has over fifteen years of brand marketing and communications experience.  Joslyn is dedicated to service through volunteerism and remains grounded in her belief that meaningful connection is the key to a thriving queer community. She spends her free time on the field in the Las Vegas Gay Softball League and sits on the committee dedicated to bringing the NAGAAA Softball World Series back to Las Vegas.

Associate Board

Lupie Janos

Member Since 2020

Veronica Joseph

Member Since 2020

Daniel Ciacci (Midori Ice)
Ms. Las Vegas PRIDE 2021

Member Since 2021

Mikey Choy Foo
Mr. Las Vegas PRIDE 2021

Member Since 2021

Board Members In Memorium

Kalani “Tracy” Quiocho

Director
Member 2011-2012

Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii in a little town called Ewa Beach. After graduating from James Campbell High School, Tracy worked in the Hawaii tourist industry, and made it his career for 15 years, he loved working with the tourists and promoting Hawaii, but it was not enough.

In 2002, Tracy decided to move to Las Vegas, to try something new and look for better opportunities, this was a very big move. After taking a year off, on March of 2003 Tracy was hired at NYNY Hotel and casino. Tracy had a great time, made many new friends and worked there for the next 7 years. Starting off as a guest room attendant for 2 years and then moving on to the role of house person, Tracy worked in the picking station, linen department and then was promoted to supervisor, it was quite an experience. Due to health reasons Tracy was forced to leave his employment.

Tracy then got involved with SNAPI during the reign of Miss Las Vegas PRIDE 2009 JewDi Vine. He joined the parade committee, helped make costumes, performed at benefit shows and soon joined the parade committee on PRIDE road trips. Tracy was then asked to take a seat on the Las Vegas PRIDE board and joined the volunteer committee. He was with Las Vegas PRIDE from that day on, through the royalty reign of 2010 (Diva DeLafuentes and Andy Dubois), 2011 (Diana Prince and KC Golightly) and 2012 (Keyska Diva and Freddie Mcgriff).

Tracy joined the board to make a difference. He wanted to help teach and do outreach for the younger generation, especially if they are HIV POSITIVE, as he was since 1994. He says that he is “not here to preach, and not so much teach… but to share my experiences and how they can come over any negatives; how to be yourself and still live a fabulous life.”

Finance Forms

The following Finance Committee forms are available for Director & Committee Member Requests & Reporting: