Limin Liu is the CEO of High Mountain Education Associates LLC (HMEA), which facilitates medical, educational and sports business between the U.S. and China. As part of her portfolio, Liu developed Nevada's international office in Beijing, accompanied the lieutenant governor's delegations to China and significantly enhanced Nevada-China trade. Before coming to Nevada, Liu competed in the Olympics several times and won a silver medal for the butterfly in 1996. While at the University, she won three Division I, NCAA Individual National Championships, breaking NCAA time records. She was also the first Nevada athlete to win in any sport in the NCAA. Liu was inducted into the Nevada Athletics Hall of Fame in 2010.
Kevin Snow was born in Northern California and moved to Reno only one month before starting high school. He became a two sport athlete in high school, lettering in baseball and football and was also voted to the All-League team in both sports. Snow finished his undergraduate degree in Heath Science with a minor in Business at the University of Nevada, Reno. He continued to stay involved in sports after graduation, coaching both baseball and football at the high school level. He completed a Master of Arts in Teaching at Sierra Nevada University and now earning the Executive Certificate in Sports Management in hopes of using his background in athletics to break into a career in the sports industry.