Welcome to Ms Wheelchair Nevada

Ms Wheelchair Nevada is dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities. We are advocates, lifelong learners, and sisters, supporting each other networking, advocacy and leadership.

Ms. Wheelchair Nevada platform is to recognize the achievements of women in wheelchairs. We are dedicated to improving the lives of all people with disabilities through advocacy, community building, and being lifelong learners who support each other to be leaders for our state.

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Our 2021 Co-Hosts are Our Master Of Ceremonies are Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve and Erik Jimenez is Senior Policy Director at Nevada State Treasurer’s Office.

A Young Man in a suit smiling is Erik Jimenez
A Young Man in a suit smiling is Erik Jimenez

Erik Jimenez is Senior Policy Director at Nevada State Treasurer’s Office. Erik has been a progressive advocate for his fellow Nevadans who have disabilities. He worked with Mayor Schieve in Reno on the Access Board. He is a leader in Nevada for all people who have disabilities.

Blonde Woman smiling with long hair is Hillary Louise Schieve is an American businesswoman and the current Mayor of Reno, Nevada
Blonde Woman smiling with long hair is Hillary Louise Schieve is an American businesswoman and the current Mayor of Reno, Nevada

Hillary Louise Schieve is an American businesswoman and the current Mayor of Reno, Nevada, since 2014. She is supporter and leader for people who have disabilities in Nevada. She has worked with MWN director on parking issues and helping Reno on accessibility progression. She is a true leader.

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Women in Wheelchairs wearing Ms Wheelchair Nevada sashes with Nevada women title holders who are standing

Ms. Wheelchair Nevada is not a beauty pageant. It is a competition based on advocacy, achievement, communication and presentation. Its purpose is to select the most accomplished and articulate spokeswoman to represent people living with disabilities. The selected titleholder must be able to communicate both the needs and the accomplishments of her constituency to the general public, the business community and the legislature.