“The World Union of Olympic Cities provides a collaborative forum for past Olympic Games host cities to preserve their unique Olympic legacies while inspiring future stewards of the Olympic Torch.”

Brian Krolicki

Executive Committee Member of the World Union of Olympic Cities

A veteran of the private banking industry and a master of public finance, Brian Krolicki began his career on Wall Street, working with high-profile firms such as Smith Barney and Bankers Trust Company. A temporary foray into a state government role unexpectedly led to his 24-year career in public service, and to four sweeping election victories to the Constitutional Offices of Lieutenant Governor and State Treasurer in the State of Nevada. He is the first person in Nevada history to be term-limited twice. Mr. Krolicki now serves on multiple corporate and charitable boards.

As Lieutenant Governor, Mr. Krolicki led Nevada’s economic expansion efforts and spearheaded strategic legislation that prompted the state’s emergence as an economic innovator and a preferred location for new and expanding businesses both domestic and abroad. He served in a wide variety of critical positions, including Chairman of the Nevada Commission on Economic Development, Chairman of the Nevada Commission on Tourism, and President of the Nevada State Senate for most of the past decade.  As the leader of Nevada’s tourism efforts, which includes the Entertainment Capital of the World – Las Vegas, he cultivated an extensive global network of leaders in both business and government. Mr. Krolicki’s passion for Olympic sports is demonstrated by his extensive efforts at the national and international levels to promote Nevada as a world-class sports destination and as a key player in the Olympic Movement, primarily in his capacity as the Chairman of the Reno Tahoe Winter Games Coalition since 2007.

Brian Krolicki is a graduate of Stanford University.

Last name: Krolicki
First name: Brian
Function: Chairman of the Reno Tahoe Winter Games Coalition
City: Reno Tahoe
Passion: Sports, family and travel