Wald Joins LVBA Board

John Wald, the Klai Juba principal and part of the architectural firm since its 1995, will serve on the board of trustees of the Las Vegas Business Academy.

John Wald of Klai Juba Architects has joined the board of trustees of the Las Vegas Business Academy, which supports higher education through scholarships.

“We are delighted to welcome Mr. Wald to our hard-working board,” said LVBA founder Rino Armeni. “He brings a wealth of experience and serves as an example of hard work and dedication to our student recipients.”

Wald joined Klai Juba when it was founded in 1995 and is now a principal in charge of the design and production staff. He has also managed major projects including the Luxor expansion; Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino; the Orleans expansion; the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel and Casino; the W Hotel; Marriott Las Vegas; Panorama Towers at Sky Las Vegas and the $275 million Choctaw Resort expansion in Durant, Oklahoma.

Las Vegas Business Academy (LVBA) was founded as a nonprofit organization to financially assist tuition challenged MBA, MHA and Law candidates and offers elite scholars vast educational and personalized experiences.

The academy provides mentoring opportunities with its diverse membership and enrollment in specialized programs at renowned international universities. All scholars are afforded interaction and engagement opportunities with influential community leaders.