Phillip N. Ralston
Phillip N. Ralston is president of American Nevada Company, a Greenspun company that specializes in the design, development and management of commercial properties, and that has a history of developing master-planned communities. His responsibilities include oversight of the operations of the company, strategic planning, oversight of the financial and risk management activities, and management of development activities. Ralston is a CPA and an honorary member of the Southern Nevada Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He also has been active in community issues through service on RTC, SNWA and LVVWD community stakeholder committees over the past two decades, helping to inform policy makers in transit and water-related issues. He is a board member of UNLV’s Lee Business School Executive Advisory Board, and of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Vice President of Property Management, CPM
As Vice President of Property Management for American Nevada Company, Darbie Adams manages the company’s commercial properties and oversees assistant property managers and maintenance staff. She is a certified property manager, CPM®. Since joining the ANC team in 2006, Adams has worked for the company as an assistant property manager, a property manager and a senior property manager. Previously, she worked for eight years with the Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada. Adams earned her bachelor’s degree from Utah State University. She is a member of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).
Director of Construction
Executive and senior manager with over thirty years of technical and administrative experience within the large-scale real estate development, general construction and real property asset management industries, including profit and loss responsibility for successful development and construction of an $850 million, highly diversified portfolio of commercial & residential mixed-use, retail, industrial, institutional, manufacturing, multifamily housing and heavy/civil projects throughout the southeastern and southwestern United States..