Catherine Cortez Masto
In January 2007, Catherine Cortez Masto began serving as Nevada’s Attorney General. Known for her integrity and leadership, she has committed her time in office to protecting and advocating on behalf of the people and communities in Nevada.

General Masto has worked on many issues, which include mortgage fraud, cyber bulling, sex trafficking, senior citizen protection, substance abuse, domestic violence against women, and consumer protection.

She served as the 2012-2013 chair of the Conference of Western Attorneys General and a 2012-2013 executive committee member of the National Association of Attorneys General.

Prior to her service at the Attorney General's Office, she worked as an Assistant County Manager for Clark County, Nevada. She also served as a federal criminal prosecutor for the United States Attorney's Office in Washington, D.C. and was Chief of Staff to Governor Bob Miller.

She is a native Nevadan and graduate of the University of Nevada Reno and Gonzaga University Law School.