Brian Krolicki is a familiar face to most Nevadans due to his many years of distinguished public service, and his many accomplishments have not gone unnoticed. In 2006, after having successfully served as State Treasurer for two terms, Brian Krolicki convincingly won his election to serve as Nevada’s 33rd Lieutenant Governor, and was then re-elected to his second term in November 2010. As Lieutenant Governor, Krolicki serves as President of the State Senate, Chairman of the Commission on Tourism, and Vice-Chairman of the State Board of Transportation. He also serves as a member of the Board of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, and as a member of the Executive Branch Audit Committee.
Since 2006, Krolicki has proudly served as Chairman of the Reno Tahoe Winter Games Coalition, a group comprised of leaders from Nevada and California passionately dedicated to bringing the next Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games held in North America to northern Nevada and the Lake Tahoe region. Krolicki’s leadership has also been regularly recognized at the national level throughout his public service career. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of the National Lieutenant Governors Association, and for the past several years he has served as the Chairman of the Republican Lieutenant Governors Association.