Ellen Ross has lived and worked in Las Vegas for more than thirty years. Once a dancer with the Stardust’s “Lido de Paris”, Ellen is a real estate broker, a Certified Master Gardener and a Nevada Naturalist. An avid photographer, Ellen can often be found hiking and kayaking in the many beautiful wilderness areas in southern Nevada. Ellen has two grown children, both born and raised in Las Vegas.
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