Steven G. Seroka was elected to represent Ward 2 in the June 2017 municipal election. Councilman Seroka is a retired highly decorated, 30-year, United States Air Force fighter pilot, strategist and commander.
The colonel, as he is known to friends, graduated from the Air Force Academy and finished number one in Air Force Flight School, affording him the opportunity to log thousands of hours in the F-15 fighter plane.
In addition to his distinguished flying career, Councilman Seroka went on to graduate number one of 800 officers in his class at the prestigious Air Force Leadership School. He was hand-picked to write the strategic plan for Air Defense of North America and later commanded 30,000-plus combat sorties over Afghanistan.
Councilman Seroka’s final assignment for the Air Force was chief of staff at the Nellis Air Force Base Warfare Center. While stationed at Nellis, he fell in love with his future wife, Nancy Wong. Upon his retirement from the Air Force, Steve and Nancy elected to make Las Vegas their permanent home and he was hired by the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce as its chief of staff.
Councilman Seroka serves as president of the Disabled Veterans Business Alliance, as director for the World Affairs Council, as an Advisory Council member of the United Service Office, as Nevada advisor of the U. S. Global Leadership Coalition, as a national security expert for Operation Free, as commissioner for the North Las Vegas Veterans Community Commission and as public outreach coordinator for the Nevada Veterans Council.
Previously, Councilman Seroka served as Nevada’s vice chairman for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. He also serves as a volunteer with Communities in Schools, mentoring at-risk high school youth.
Councilman Seroka has three children and his hobbies include fitness, fishing and paddle-boarding.
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