Steve D. Hill
Chief Executive Officer/President
Steve Hill is the Chief Executive Officer of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Currently, under Hill’s leadership, the Las Vegas Convention Center is undergoing an expansion as well as developing the first commercial underground people mover throughout its campus in partnership with The Boring Company. The convention center expansion, scheduled for the opening of CES 2021, will add 1.4 million additional square feet of exhibition and meeting space for a total of 4.6 million square feet throughout the entire facility.
Mr. Hill owned Silver State Materials from 1987 until its purchase by CalPortland in 2008. At CalPortland he served as a Senior Vice President until 2011 when he was appointed Director of the newly established Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) by Governor Brian Sandoval. During his tenure, GOED lured numerous businesses to the state, including Tesla, Apple and HyperloopOne.
Mr. Hill also serves on the Board of Directors for the U.S. Travel Association, the national association that represents and advocates on behalf of the travel and tourism industry and serves as Chair of the Las Vegas Stadium Authority, overseeing the construction of the nearly $2 billion Allegiant Stadium that will be home to the Las Vegas Raiders in 2020.