Assistant Director of Client Services, Collision Authority
Mark Manendo (born October 2, 1966) was a Democratic member of the Nevada Senate, representing District 21. Manendo was elected as half of a dual-member district in 2010 in Clark No. 7 but in 2011 redistricting split the dual member district and renumbered his constituency to District 21. On July 18, 2017, Sen. Manendo resigned after the competition of an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment found "Senator Manendo violated the Legislature's anti-harassment policy; had engaged in multiple and repeated instances of inappropriate, offensive, and unacceptable behavior towards female staffers and lobbyists; and had attempted to interfere with the subsequent investigation into his conduct.". The areas Senator Manendo represented were portions of Clark County which included areas of Las Vegas, Sunrise Manor, Whitney, Lake Las Vegas, part of Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and the Clark County Wetlands Park. He formerly served in the Nevada Assembly, representing Clark County District 18 from 1994 to 2010.