Appointed as County Manager for Clark County effective Nov. 11, 2022, Kevin Schiller is responsible for the executive oversight of the nation's 13th largest county which provides regional and municipal services to nearly 2.5 million residents and 45 million visitors annually.
In his capacity as county manager, Schiller is charged with carrying out the policies established by the seven-member Board of County Commissioners. He is responsible for the fiscal management of the county's $6.5 billion budget and more than 10,000 employees across its 38 diverse and geographically dispersed departments including Harry Reid International Airport and University Medical Center.
Schiller joined the County on May 16, 2017 as a Deputy County Manager responsible for the departments of Family Services, Social Service and the Public Defender. He also was the County Manager's representative to the office of the County Clerk. Prior to coming to Clark County, Schiller served more than 17 years in the role of Director of Washoe County's Department of Social Services. During his tenure with Washoe County, he led the integration of human services and created innovative programming to serve vulnerable children, adults and families. He began his career as a social worker and juvenile probation officer for the State of Wyoming.
Schiller holds a bachelor's degree in social work from the University of Nevada, Reno.