Awards

top 40 under 40 awarded to business professionals in Las Vegas, Nevada

Ludivine “Ludi” Perrin-Stsepaniuk Honored as 40 Under 40 by Vegas, Inc.

  

(Las Vegas, NV) March 23, 2018 –  Ludivine “Ludi” Perrin-Stsepaniuk owner of Ovia Entertainment in Las Vegas, NV was named to the distinguished and highly competitive Vegas, Inc. 40 Under 40 business professionals in Las Vegas on March 23rd at the Red Rock Casino Crimson Night Club. 


The annual 40 Under 40 is a celebration of outstanding individuals in Southern Nevada. They have

demonstrated a strong work ethic and are the leaders of today as well as tomorrow; they're people who make Southern Nevada a better place to work and live. 


Candidates are evaluated on their community service, entrepreneurial spirit and impact on their respective industry.


The 2018 Class, selected from a collection of 300 nominations consists of business professionals from across the Las Vegas valley in a variety of industries. Perrin-Stsepaniuk is one of nineteen women and the only female business owner to receive the honor. 


Award winning synchronize swimming coach, USA Synchro

Synchro Coach Ludivine Perrin-Stsepaniuk Named USA Synchro West Zone 2018 “Coach of the Year”

  

(Las Vegas, NV) March 21, 2018 – Synchro Coach Ludivine “Ludi” Perrin-Stsepaniuk was named USA Synchro West Zone 2018 “Coach of the Year” during the West Zone Championships held in Walnut Creek, California earlier this month.


Perrin-Stsepaniuk is the Head Coach of the Nevada Desert Mermaids in Las Vegas, Nevada as well as the Head Coach for USA Synchro 12& under National Team. 


Perrin-Stsepaniuk’s history with the Nevada Desert Mermaids began in 2015 when she volunteered as an assistant coach to the team under the direction of Head Coach Linda Tannenbaum.  Tannenbaum’s departure in the fall of 2016 opened the path for Ludi to be hired as Head Coach. 


Perrin-Stsepaniuk, affectionately known as “Ludi”, was nominated by the Nevada Desert Mermaids team members and parents who submitted a lengthy letter covering each of the criteria elements as mandated by the award application.


Criteria for the nomination of COACH OF THE YEAR included:

• Works toward development of athletes and the sport without concern for self-­‐promotion or personal

gain.

• Develops and continues to carry out a consistent solid coaching program that benefits athletes and

the sport.

• Recognition of coaching abilities at Zone and National qualifying levels.

• Sets an example in their attitude and ethics that inspire and motivate athletes to make the most of

their abilities and potential to reach their goals.


Excerpt from the nomination submission: 

“From Ludi’s experience, she has gained so much knowledge about the sport. Ludi has passed this knowledge on to her swimmers through her coaching. She has produced hard working and successful athletes. Not only does Ludi’s coaching encourage her swimmers to become better athletes, but also to become better people. She has taught her swimmers lifetime skills that they can apply to the pool and beyond. Finally, the last reason she should be coach of the year is that she creates an environment that motivates her swimmers to work hard, stay focused and to have fun”