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Fernley Art Center (community center)

Fernley Ambassador's Breakfast with guest speaker Troy Jordan, Candidate for Lyon County District Attorney

Please join us for our weekly Fernley Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors networking breakfast event this Tuesday, October 4th at The Fernley Art Center. Doors open at 7:00AM. We encourage everyone to arrive early so you are checked-in and seated by 7:30AM.

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Fernley Ambassador's Breakfast  with guest speaker Troy Jordan, Candidate for Lyon County District Attorney
Fernley Ambassador's Breakfast  with guest speaker Troy Jordan, Candidate for Lyon County District Attorney

Time & Location

Oct 04, 2022, 7:30 AM – 8:45 AM

Fernley Art Center (community center), 10 N. Center St, Fernley, NV 89408, USA

About the event

Please join us for our weekly Fernley Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors networking breakfast event this Tuesday, October 4th at The Fernley Art Center. Doors open at 7:00AM. We encourage everyone to arrive early so you are checked-in and seated by 7:30AM. As always, EVERYONE is welcome to attend our weekly Fernley Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors" Networking Breakfast meetings...…even if you are not yet a member.

This week's speaker is:

Troy Jordan

Candidate for Lyon County District Attorney

Troy Jordan has been an attorney for 18 years,  He has extensive experience in in both criminal and civil law including conducting 44 felony criminal jury trials.  He has handled thousands of criminal cases during his career, predominantly as a prosecutor, but also as a criminal defense attorney while in private practice.  He has handled every type of case from minor traffic violations to First Degree Murder including Death Penalty Cases.

Troy has previously worked as a Deputy District Attorney for both Elko County and Carson City.  Troy also served the state as a Senior Deputy Attorney General for the State of Nevada during which time he prosecuted criminal cases statewide, defended federal habeas corpus cases including death penalty cases and civil rights cases for the state, and was co-counsel for the State of Nevada during the 40 million dollar tobacco arbitration arising from disputes from the Master Settlement Agreement signed in 1998.  While at the Attorney General Troy was given the honor of being appointed Nevada's Representative to the American Bar Association's Criminal Law/Justice Committee by then Attorney General Catherine Cortez-Masto.  He also served on the legislative team for the Attorney General.  When Troy moved into private practice he focused predominantly on criminal appeals and was able to overturn 4 wrongful convictions on appeal or postconviction work.  Troy is now serving the State once again as the Senior Legal Counsel to the Employment Security Division in which he litigates administrative law matters statewide, handles government transparency issues such as public records requests and open meeting law for the division, contract review and negotiations, and drafting of regulations and legislation.  He also provides general legal advice to the Division's administrators and the department director.

Troy's extensive background includes 5 published opinions before the Nevada Supreme Court and numerous oral arguments on both criminal and civil matters before the Nevada Supreme Court, the Nevada Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Troy has been recognized as a top 100 lawyer in North America and the Best of Reno while in private practice.

Troy grew up in Eureka, Nevada and has loved rural Nevada all of his life.  In his personal life, Troy's passion is his family. His entire immediate family lives in northwestern Nevada including his parents Curtis and Lynda Jordan who have lived in Yerington since 2002.  He can be seen taking his two children, Oliver (age 4) and Cecil (age 2) to the park, the pool, and various community events.   He and his wife Meagan enjoy camping, wine tasting, and are sports enthusiasts.  Troy can often be found back on campus supporting his beloved Nevada Wolfpack.  Troy was the 1996-97 Nevada State FFA President as a student and is currently Vice President of the Nevada FFA foundation.  Troy has been an active FFA foundation board member for many years putting on various events to raise money for FFA students including trap shoots, dinners, and galas to provide support to the Nevada FFA.  Troy is also BBQ enthusiast and is always happy to smoke or grill something on his Traeger for dinner.  Troy and his family have lived in Dayton since 2009.

Speaking About:

My candidacy for Lyon County District Attorney and issues regarding the District Attorney's Office

There will be Fernley Ambassadors to personally greet you at the front doors of The Fernley Art Center and guide you through the check-in process. The check-in table will feature 4 Fernley Ambassadors to assist you with the check-in process, including 50/50 raffle tickets, Bragging Bucks, etc.

Non-Chamber members are welcome to attend and learn about the many benefits available to you, your business or your organization as a Fernley Chamber of Commerce member.

If you are a business owner/operator, we strongly encourage you to bring a Door Prize for our raffle ticket giveaways at the end of the meeting. It will allow you and your business to maximize your exposure at the event.

WHERE: Fernley Art Center (The Fernley Community Center)

10 N. Center Street

Fernley, NV 89408

COST: $10 PER PERSON (BREAKFAST)

WHEN: Every Tuesday (doors open at 7:00AM)

Event begins promptly at 7:30am

Scheduled end time is 8:45am

Tickets

  • Ambassador's Breakfast

    $10.00
    +$0.25 service fee

Total

$0.00

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