Yes and no. Nevada does not require members to be listed in a public record. However, Nevada requires that managers or managing members be listed. Non-managing members do not need to be listed. Within thirty days of filing the Articles of Organization with the Nevada Secretary of State, a Nevada LLC must submit a list of the LLC‘s managers or managing members (the names of the LLC’s managers are also listed in the Articles of Organization). The names of managers or managing members will be available for public access via the Nevada Secretary of State website, and must be annually revised and submitted to the Nevada Secretary of State.