Daniel Roberts

Daniel Roberts, President and Founding Member

Daniel Roberts has lived in Las Vegas since 1996. He attended Bishop Gorman High School on Maryland Parkway, located just blocks from the historic Huntridge Theatre. He is also a UNLV Alumni and spent much of his youth supporting the local music scene by attending shows and managing local talent. Many of these shows were held at the Huntridge Theatre.

Daniel has a history in the construction industry here in Las Vegas. While working at the basic levels of several different construction trades, he learned to appreciate a hard day of work and use what is available to get the job done. Daniel later advanced from the field into the office working as a General Superintendent and Project Manager for his father’s construction firm. Here he gained a knowledge and respect for the art of structural design and its implementation into existing environments. Over the several years Daniel has spent in the industry, he has truly become a jack of all trades.

Aside from his preservation work with the Huntridge Theatre, Daniel is an avid outdoorsman and environmentalist who enjoys skiing, hiking and off-roading. Many days you may find him and his dog exploring the beauty of the surrounding areas, seeking solitude and gathering trash left by others.

Melissa Clary

Melissa Clary,  Secretary/Treasurer and Founding Member

Melissa Clary brings more than 13 years of private and public sector experience to The Huntridge Foundation. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute.  She earned a master’s of public administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, in addition to performing doctoral coursework and authoring published material in public affairs.  She has a paralegal certificate from the University of San Diego in business and environmental law.  Additionally, she has a bachelor’s degree in communication with an emphasis in public relations from San Diego State University.

Melissa enjoys exploring the scenic desert landscape of Nevada by hiking, biking, trail running and camping.  As a Huntridge Neighborhood homeowner, history buff and pop punk enthusiast, the Huntridge community is a genuine passion of hers and she aims to improve the quality of life for all Las Vegas residents through her volunteerism.