The Life and Contributions of Andy Wirth, Squaw Valley Ski

Andy Wirth has been in the world of business as CEO of Squaw Valley and Alpine, two great ski mountains. He left Steamboat in 2010 after serving 24 years to take up the post of President and CEO of Squaw Valley and Alpineski areas, Lake Tahoe in California.

Prior to that, he was a Colorado backcountry ranger, where he was involved in lots of high angle rescues. Later, he went on to serve as a community volunteer ambulance/fireman in a small town located in the Colorado Mountains. Read more: Andy Wirth — KCRW

Contributions to Business, Environmental and Community Services

In his capacity as the Squaw Valley Ski Holdings CEO, Andy Wirth has been working tirelessly towards making the ski area among the leading world tourist destinations. He is also a major contributor towards the Lake Tahoe area community and environmental service organizations, with a focus on enhancing the area to benefit all age groups. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/news/articles/2014/09/andy-wirth-squaw-valley.aspx
Following a near-fatal skydiving accident on October 13, Andy co-founded with others“Wounded Warrior Support.” The objective is to honor the fine men serving as Navy SEALs, through raising funds towards the Navy SEAL Foundation.

This organization accords support to members of special operations teams and their families once they come back home. Read more: andy wirth | POWDER Magazine

Squaw Valley Ski CEO Appears on CBS

In Episode 11 of Season 4 of in “Sqauw Valley”, Andy Wirthof Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows go undercover on CBS Television Network’s UNDERCOVER BOSS. This was broadcast between 8 and 9 pm (ET/PT) on Friday, 8th March. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://tahoetopia.com/news/interview-squaw-valley-ceo-andy-wirth

Conclusion

Recently, Andy Wirth was appointed as the Chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board.

One Comment

  1. Joseph Hale December 25, 2016

    After 50 days in hospital following the near fatal skiing accident, Andy has now resumed work at Squaw and is recovering quite well. These are the most revered special warfare group across the globe. It is truly the coolest thing for http://www.besttermpapers.com/ to have done to them and also make these things come to pass in a natural way.

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