JOHN D. CUMMING
John Cumming is Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Powdr Corporation, Chairman of Resort Sports Network, Chairman of The Park City Foundation, a Director of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association and a Director of Cumming Investment Company, a family-owned investment company with diversified holdings.
Mr. Cumming was a founding shareholder of Mountain Hardwear, a manufacturer of high quality mountaineering and camping equipment. Mr. Cumming sold his interests in Mountain Hardwear to Columbia in 2003. Mr. Cumming has guided and climbed professionally on four continents. He was a senior guide for Rainier Mountaineering based in Washington State and had sixty-nine successful climbs on Mt. Rainier. He has lead clients and aspiring mountaineers on Mt. McKinley (Alaska), Mt. Aconcagua (Argentina), and Mt. Kilimanjaro (Africa), with numerous other ascents in South America, Europe and North America. He received the Diplôme Superieur from Alliance Francaise in Paris, France, in 1989 and a Bachelor of Arts degree in French from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1991.
Mr. Cumming and his wife Kristi Terzian Cumming, son Shane, and daughters Quinn and Carina make their home in Park City, where they enjoy skiing, golf, mountain biking and climbing.
Bradley A. Olch
Brad is the former Mayor of Park City, a position he held for 12 years. Some of Brad’s most notable accomplishments as mayor include designing, instituting and supporting a $1.1 million Historical Grant Program for the revitalization of the historic area of Park City. He developed and implemented an annual budget that grew during his tenure from $15 million to $40 million in addition to creating a reserve of approximately $12.5 million. Brad created the program for the acquisition of open space and water resource development. His work included the negotiated purchase of hundreds of acres of open space and acre feet of water. Additionally, he is responsible for the preservation of the entry corridor into Park City and the historic barn.
After leaving his role as Mayor, Brad continued his passion for public service and philanthropic giving by founding The Park City Foundation. As Mayor, Brad visited other resort towns in order to learn best practices in resort town management. During these visits, he learned that Park City was one of the few resorts that did not have a community foundation. Brad’s vision for The Foundation is to ultimately build an endowment to support local nonprofits in perpetuity.
Brad has lived in Park City since 1976. He has two children, Whitney and Trevor. In his free time, he enjoys road biking, skiing, golfing and traveling.
2012 Board of directors
HONORABLE JUDITH M. BILLINGS
Judge Billings worked as a commercial litigator and partner at the law firm of Ray Quinney and Nebeker before she was appointed to the Utah state trial bench by Governor Matheson in l982. She served as a trial judge for five years before being appointed to the Utah Court of Appeals in 1987. Judge Billings served for more than 20 years on this court before retiring in 2008. She now works in mediation and arbitration in addition to serving as an Adjunct Professor at the S.J. Quinney School of Law at the University of Utah; this is also where she earned her B.A. in English (1965) and J.D. (1977).
In addition to serving on various boards including the National Association of Women Judges and Westminster College, Judge Billings was the Utah Woman Lawyer of the Year in 1990. She has been recognized as a Distinguished Alumni in both the College of Humanities and the College of Law at the University of Utah.
Judge Billings lives in Park City with her husband Tom. She enjoys skiing, hiking, biking, golfing and gardening. They have two sons and four grandchildren.
WILLIAM H. COLEMAN
Bill has been involved with many groups in Park City, including the Park City Chamber of Commerce (President, 1980), the Park City Visitors Bureau (Founding Member), the Park City Chamber Bureau (President, 1989-1990), the Park City Board of Realtors (Founding Member), the Summit Land Owners Association (Founding Member), the Summit Land Trust (Founding Member) and Jans Ltd. Sporting Goods (Founding Member), among others.
Bill is the Owner Partner of Residential Brokerage Services Company, LLC, US-Mexico Real Estate and Land Equity Partners, Inc. He has been involved in Real Estate in Park City since 1972. Bill attended the University of Colorado, where he earned a Bachelor of Science and Business Administration. He enjoys skiing, auto racing and sailing.
CHRISTOPHER M. CONABEE
Mr. Conabee is married and an active father of three children. He enjoys skiing, golfing, fishing, hunting and lacrosse. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Economics from the University of Utah in 1989 with a minor in Mathematics. He graduated from Columbia University in 1992 with a graduate degree in Business Administration. He worked for PaineWebber Incorporated from 1983 through 1997. He left the firm in New York as Corporate Vice-President of International Derivative Trading. Mr. Conabee went on to be a Principle at Paladin Development Partners, a noted Park City real estate development firm, where he managed the development of Silver Star at Park City. Silver Star is $150 million ski-in-ski-out community of townhomes, condos and cottages.
Mr. Conabee is now working as the Managing Director of Corporate Recruitment and Business Services at the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) for the State of Utah. As managing director of GOED’s business services pillar, Mr. Conabee oversees all of the business development functions of incentives, government contracting, bonding and business resources.
J. TAYLOR CRANDALL
J. Crandall is a founding Managing Partner of Oak Hill Capital Partners where he has been affiliated with the firm and its predecessors since 1986. Mr. Crandall has also served as Chief Operating Officer of Keystone, Inc., (the primary investment vehicle for Robert M. Bass) playing key roles in nearly all of the major transactions in which Keystone has invested. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Crandall was a Vice President with the First National Bank of Boston. Mr. Crandall serves on the Board of Directors of Local TV, RSC Rentals, SVTC Technologies, and Via West, Inc.
Mr. Crandall is the Secretary-Treasurer of the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Foundation.
Philanthropically, Mr. Crandall is a Trustee of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, and currently serves on the Boards of Trustees of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, The Park City Foundation, and the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team Foundation.
Mr. Crandall earned a B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Bowdoin College, where he has served on the Board of Overseers. Mr. Crandall also received an honorary doctorate in humane letters from Bowdoin College in 2010.
MARK J. FISCHER
Mark J. Fischer is originally from Louisville, Kentucky. Mark worked in the ice and beverage vending business for seventeen years before selling the company to Manitowoc Ice Machine Company in 1997. Since then, he has been involved in commercial real estate and is Founder/Owner of MJF Investment Partnership. Projects in Park City include Bonanza Park, The Yard and various office buildings. He also has projects in Kamas: High Star Ranch, an equestrian ranch development and High Star Farms, a sustainable farm.
Mark is an avid supporter of local nonprofits. He is Director of the MJF Foundation, a family foundation focused on supporting youth education and athletic programs. He also serves on the board of the Youth Winter Sports Alliance, People's Health Clinic and Recycle Utah’s Advisory Committee. He is a past board member of the Jazz Foundation, Park City Performing Arts Foundation and the Summit Institute. He recently developed the Down Under Nonprofit Center, a multi-tenant office space for area nonprofits.
Mark moved to Park City part time in 1986 and made it his permanent home in 1998. He is raising his four children in Park City - Michael, Katie and twins Patrick and Ellie.
Jody moved to Park City from South Florida in 2004 with her husband Stewart and their four children. Since living in Park City, Jody worked for six years as a part time ski instructor for Park City Mountain Resort. Since living in Utah, volunteer activities have been focused mainly on the United Jewish Federation of Utah. She served for three years as Vice President of Programming and currently Vice President of Communication. She has planned their annual major gifts event and spearheaded a monthly education series for women. Prior to moving to Park City, Jody served on numerous community boards. As an officer of the Junior League of Fort Lauderdale, she co-chaired the South Florida Women's Business Conference that attracted more than 2,000 women. She served as chair of the Architectural Search and Design Committee and Capital Campaign Committee for Temple Dor Dorim and was a member of their Executive board. Other board positions included the Nova Southwestern University Library, National Council of Jewish Women, and Tucson Association of Child Care. She was involved in her children's school and athletic programs, including serving as President of the Parent Teacher Organization of the David Posnack Day School in Florida. She has worked part time for a Political Action Committee and enjoyed working in the medical field as a skin care specialist.
Jody is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a BBA in Finance and Real Estate. She is a partner and serves on the managing board in various commercial real estate partnerships. Her hobbies include skiing, traveling, golf, hiking and fly fishing.
Cathy Hill is a community member deeply passionate about the Park City community and service to others. Cathy’s husband Jim Hill, a former board member for The Park City Foundation, as well as her three children Alex, Avery, and Maren, have all enjoyed working with local nonprofits and the community. Cathy and her family also share an interest in travel, educational endeavors, and life experiences all over the nation and even the world.
Raised in Southern California, Cathy came to the state when she attended the University of Utah. Her degree in English led her to a career on Capitol Hill where she worked for 3 years as Staff Assistant for Senator Orrin Hatch and his Physician Advisor, Dr. David Sundwall. Cathy continued her work in Washington, D.C. in the Public Relations office for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She transitioned then to public relations and human resource work for Ward-Hale Design, an architectural design firm, in Georgetown before becoming a stay-at-home mom with the arrival of Jim and Cathy’s first child.
Motherhood has only expanded Cathy’s love of service. She has done substitute teaching, editing, and research work over the years, along with leadership involvement in her church. In the church, Cathy has served the roles of Primary President, where she supervised programs for children, as well as Relief Society President, the organization for the women. Cathy believes that teaching children that they can serve, that they have the ability to make someone else’s life better, is one of the most powerful ideas behind motherhood. Cathy lives with her husband Jim in Park City.
Jolie and her husband Pete have lived in Park City for over a decade. Born in Southern California and raised in Denver, Jolie was lured away by Utah powder to attend the University of Utah. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BS in Psychology. Later, she pursued a graduate degree in Counseling Psychology and Utah state license for Alternative Dispute Resolution Facilitator. Jolie is now a registered nurse and volunteers at the People's Health Clinic. She is looking forward to dedicating much of her time to underserved populations.
After graduating she moved to Jackson, WY were she was co-owner of a café for three years. She then worked for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals as a regional sales representative. Jolie is now raising three amazing children – Cooper, Cameron, and Charlie and is “Wife of the Year” to husband Pete.
She consistently dedicates her few hours of free time to volunteering for our local nonprofits such as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah and the Heuga Center for MS in various capacities. Jolie enjoys skiing, mountain biking, hiking with her dogs and reading.
ROBERT M. LA FORGIA
Robert La Forgia is principal of Apertor Hospitality, LLC, a national advisory, consulting and asset management services firm specializing in the hospitality and gaming industries, which he founded in August 2009. Robert also serves on the board of RLJ Lodging Trust (NYSE: RLJ) and is chairman of the audit committee and a member of the nominating and corporate governance committee.
From early 2008 until mid-2010, Robert was part of The Atalon Group, a boutique turnaround management, restructuring and advisory firm specializing in distressed real estate situations, and served as executive vice president – finance of various Atalon Group subsidiaries, which were acquired as a result of restructuring engagements.
Prior to this, Robert held a number of leadership positions throughout his 26-year tenure with formerly Los Angeles-based Hilton Hotels Corporation (currently, Hilton Worldwide), a global hospitality firm. Robert served as the chief financial officer of Hilton Hotels Corporation from 2004 through 2008. As CFO, Robert was responsible for the global financial activities of Hilton, including M&A, project finance, feasibility and investment analysis, risk management, tax, treasury, asset management, accounting, budgeting, financial reporting and investor relations. From 1996 through 2004, Robert was senior vice president and controller of Hilton, and prior to this, he held a number of management positions within Hilton’s corporate finance function after having gained hotel-level finance experience at a number of properties in New Jersey and Washington, DC.
Robert earned his MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management in 1989 and holds a Bachelor of Science from Providence College, where he graduated summa cum laude in 1980. Robert is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, and had previously served on the board of the Starlight Children’s Foundation - Los Angeles Chapter. Robert was born and raised in New Jersey, lives in Henderson, Nevada and has been a part-time Park City resident since 2010. He enjoys alpine and Nordic skiing, hiking, water sports, cooking and entertaining family and friends.
Liz returned to Park City, Utah in 1996 from San Francisco to enjoy all that the mountain lifestyle has to offer. She and Dave Thomas, MD, share a home in Park Meadows and can be found biking, golfing, fishing or skiing together on most days.
Liz has been involved with many nonprofit organizations in Utah, San Francisco and Colorado, including Lighthouse for the Blind, Junior League, United Way, Bizworld, National Ability Center, Youth WinterSports Alliance, and National Sports Center for the Disabled. She is a former board member of Bizworld and the National Ability Center.
Liz has spent her career in the financial services industry beginning with Charles Schwab in 1986. During her seven years there she was part of many start-up projects. She spent the next 10 years in management roles at three firms- Fidelity Investment, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs with a focus on Organizational Development. While a Vice President at Goldman Sachs, she moved over to private wealth management and returned to the core business of managing investments for clients, and is currently with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in the same capacity. Liz holds a BS in Mathematical Economics from the University of the Pacific and a Masters of Applied Statistics from the University of Utah. Liz is also the founder and business manager of Madeleine’s Marmalade, a traditional English marmalade that is handmade in Park City, Utah. To learn more, check out their website at WWW.MADELEINESMARMALADE.COM.
Hank Louis was born in Chicago in nineteen and fifty-one. Some of his formative years were spent in Orleans, France, where his father served in the Army as an orthopedist captain during peacetime, which led to multiple trips to Zermatt and Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Alas, his father then moved his allergies to Phoenix, Arizona. Hank went back to the cold to be educated at Deerfield Academy, where visions of the cheerleaders on the sidelines of televised University of Southern California football games became more and more appealing, and even though, according to the counselors, it was a “back-up” or “safety” application, he chose the sun and the beach and, though the smallest of fishes, the NCAA swimming championship.
To graduate with a Humanities degree Hank decided to drive south to Tierra del Fuego in order to learn Spanish. After eleven months he arrived in Costa Rica, but learned, passed and received a diploma. He continued to work in journalism, translating for World Press Review and working with the ex-pat English language newspaper, and writing to be published in “little” or literary magazines. A stint in Boston made him an avid Red Sox fan for life. Facing the opportunity to work for the L.A. Times he drove with his wife and year-old son cross country, stopping in Park City for a two week ski vacation before facing the looming dose of real life. The car broke down on the way out of town and before it could be fixed they had bought a house and helped found The Newspaper, which soon bought out the Park Record and took its name. During this time Hank co-founded Silver Vain, a literary magazine which won an O’Henry Prize Award for short fiction, and became Editor of a monthly magazine, The Intermountain Skier, while all the time stringing for Powder, Ski and Outside.
Back to Costa Rica, Hank worked mornings on a still-unpublished coming-of-age type novel, and afternoons on designing and building a house in the jungle with zero utilities, nor roads. Two and half years later, the house finally finished enough, enamored with the process of designing and building, he enrolled in the Masters of Architecture program at the University of Utah. He graduated with a Certificate of Merit for the study of Architecture from the Henry Adams Fund of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He co-founded 15-15 Architects in Park City, which completed projects throughout the United States, Japan, Singapore and France.
In the late 1990s Hank discovered his current passion, teaching a design/build studio at the College of Architecture+Planning at the University of Utah. He has gone forward to found DesignBuildBLUFF, a nonprofit support organization to the aforementioned entity, which takes first-year graduate students to the Navajo Reservation, where they select a family from on-site interviews and then proceed to design a home for that family throughout the fall semester. During spring, beginning in cold, cold January, they build the home, learning everything from the ramifications of mere lines on paper to teamwork to interacting with a third-world culture. The program has won numerous AIA Design Awards and been published in DWELL, Domus, Architectural Record and Shelter, among many other publications. His architectural firm is now named Gigaplex.
SUSAN GRAHAM MAYO
Susan Mayo is a native of Florida. In 1986, she earned her bachelors degree in management from Florida State University and in 1991 she earned her M.B.A. from Florida International University in Miami.
Susan recently became the Regional Director of Wells Fargo Private Bank. Prior to that, Susan worked as Managing Director and Market Director of JPMorgan’s Private Client Group in Utah. In this capacity, she was responsible for building and leading a team of advisors to assist clients with estate planning, investment management, banking and trust services.
Susan has served in a number of roles including a Branch Manager at Bank of America and Commercial Banker and Private Banker at Wells Fargo. Her current licenses included series 24, 10, 9, 7, 65, 63 as well as various insurance licenses.
Susan relocated to park City in 1991 where she lives with her husband and two children, TJ and Marina. Susan is currently a director on the Utah Bankers Association Board.
Jon Monk joined Merrill Lynch after five years as an investment banker working in the area of mergers and acquisitions. Jon works with a select number of individual and corporate clients to help them manage major transition events such as retirement or the sale of a business. His relationships-based approach encompasses estate planning, lending and credit issues, investment management and more. Jon studied business at Tulane University and the University of New Orleans while playing on the NCAA Division 1 tennis team. He lives in Park City with his wife, Shelly, and their family.
FRANKLIN L. MOrton
Franklin is active on many boards, both for and non-profit. He serves as a Director and Investment Committee member of the Golden Apple Foundation, which fosters excellence in teaching. Additionally, he is Chairman of the Investment Committee at the Northeast Illinois Council of Boy Scouts of America and led their Family Campaign from 2007-2011 as Chairman. In this position, he has received a District Award (2011) and Council President’s Award (2012). Other board positions include Credo Capital Management, LLC. (director and shareholder), Diocesan Foundation (trustee) and Northfield, Illinois Police Pension Plan (trustee).
Professionally, Franklin worked for more than 15 years as Senior Vice President, Director of Research, Investment Committee member and shareholder at Ariel Investments, LLC. based in Chicago, IL. Prior to that, he worked as Vice President of Research at Alex. Brown, Inc. Franklin received a B.A. in Political Science at Middlebury College and M.B.A from Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.
Franklin splits his time between his homes in Chicago and Park City. He is married with two children and enjoys skiing, snowshoeing, golfing, biking and hiking.
Mr. Mueller is Managing Director and Manager of the Utah Complex, Morgan Stanley and has over 20 years with the firm. He has been Managing Director for more than ten years including posts as Global Wealth Management - Head of District 7, Head of North American Equity Research, Head of European Equity Research and Head of Global/U.S. Marketing. His career is marked by strong performance reviews, proven managerial skills and leadership capacity.
Prior to Morgan Stanley, Mr. Mueller worked at Smith Barney as an institutional equity salesman in New York. He has a BA in accounting from University of Notre Dame and a M.B.A.- Finance from Columbia University Business School.
Mr. Mueller and his wife recently moved to Park City as full-time residents. He is an alum of the Leadership Park City program and has four children and enjoys investments, photography and all sports.
Sydney has worked at the Park City Historical Society since she joined the Board in 1985. After serving as President of the Board, she came to work at the Museum to start and implement an education program for children and adults. In 2003, Sydney joined the board again to assists with the Strategic Planning, membership and the Women’s Guild. Sydney also co-chaired the $8.9 million fund-raising campaign for the newly renovated and expanded Park City Museum. She recently received, “Volunteer Citizen of the Year” award from Park City Rotary for her efforts. Sydney received her BA in Education and Music from Hunter College in NYC. She worked 3 years in advertising and taught school for 5 years in New York City.
She met her late husband Harry Reed on Fire Island where they grew up spending their summers. He convinced her, after 10 years, to leave NYC, marry, and moved to Park City, Utah in 1974. She taught at Marsac Elementary School for three years then left to raise her three children. She stayed very involved in the community; Treasurer of the Kimball Art Center Guild, Board of Directors of KPCW chaired an after school enrichment program in the Elementary schools, was class mother and PTA member and headed the Community of Caring program, and graduated with the 4th Park City Leadership class.
Sydney is also a sports enthusiast. She grew up racing 14 foot Blue Jays. She and her husband raced Hobie 16s as well as the 33 ft Hobie monohull in National races around the west, including Newport to Encinata, Mexico races. She loves skiing and followed all three children racing all around the country. Playing competitive tennis was a passion, now she is learning golf and enjoys mountain and road biking trips.
Her love for cooking not only put her on KPCW radio for 4 years with a cooking show in the early 80's, but also produced three cookbooks.
She never misses an opportunity be with family and friends, golfing, sailing, biking, skiing, or meeting for lunch.
Bob Richer has played an integral part in the Park City, Summit County community for the past 31 years.
Mr. Richer served two terms as a County Commissioner for Summit County retiring in January of 2009. He was twice selected as the chairperson of the commission. Prior to his election as a County Commissioner, Richer was a member of the Park City Council and served as Mayor pro tem. He has led numerous civic groups including the Park City Rotary Club and The Egyptian Theatre. Mr. Richer is one of only a handful of people to have received the prestigious Community Leadership Award that recognizes excellence in sustained community service. In 2010 the Park City Chamber of Commerce presented the Spirit of Hospitality Award to him for his dedication to the community and his vision for a successful resort economy.
For the past 23 years, Richer has been the president of Richer Development Services, Inc. (RDS), a real estate firm specializing in condominium and land development. RDS developed The Ridge, Twin Pines and Double Eagle multifamily condominium projects in the Silver Lake area of Deer Valley, along with several residential home-site communities throughout Summit County. RDS has also acted as a consultant for several large-scale commercial redevelopment projects in Park City.
Mr. Richer is a past president of the Park City Board of REALTORS and has served as a director of the Park City Board and of the Utah Association of REALTORS. He has been honored by his peers by being selected multiple times as the Board Salesperson of the Year and REALTOR of the Year. Richer is licensed with Prudential Utah Real Estate as an Associate Broker.
Bob and his wife, Susan, reside in the Snyderville Basin with their dogs Barkley and Elley. Bob received his B.A. degree from Emory University and studied law at Washington University School of Law. Bob has lived in Park City since 1980.
Christa grew up in Maryland and graduated from Colby College in Maine, where she received a BA in American Studies and played lacrosse. Afterwards, she received a BS in Education, with a concentration in Athletic Training. She has worked for over ten years with athletes, providing high quality physical therapy. This culminated in working at the United States Ski and Snowboard Association with the Men’s Alpine Athletic Speed Team.
Christa enjoys skiing, lacrosse, hiking, fly-fishing and travel and speaks some German and French and has a dog named Hopper.
EMILY SCOTT POTTRUCK
Emily Scott Pottruck, a resident of Deer Valley and San Francisco, is a former Wall Street Executive who now devotes her energies to philanthropy and marketing consulting. She is the author and publisher of Tails of Devotion: A Look at the Bond Between People and Their Pets (www.tailsofdevotion.com). The book has raised over $250,000 for more than 50 animal welfare nonprofit organizations in 20 states.
Ms. Scott Pottruck also serves on the boards of Simmons College and V-Day. She has served on the boards of KQED, the UCSF Medical Foundation, the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, SF AIDS Foundation, the Planned Parenthood Board of Sponsors and Lake Merced Women’s Golfers Board. She frequently employs her marketing skills as a fundraiser and speaker for these and various other causes.
Emily started her career in the Retail Industry after receiving her BA from Simmons College. She also earned an MBA from Cornell University. She spent 12 years as a trader and a marketing/sales professional with The American Stock Exchange, Merrill Lynch, Shearson Lehman, and Charles Schwab. Her last paying gig was President of ESP & Associates, a marketing consulting organization.
Emily lives with her husband, David, has two adult step-children and 2 grandchildren. She is an avid lover of dogs, and an obsessed golfer, photographer and crossword puzzle/Sudoku /cryptogram solver.
STEPHEN R. SLOAN
Stephen R. Sloan is a shareholder in the law firm of Van Cott, Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy and a member of the firm's Tax, Estate and Benefit Planning Practice Group. His practice focuses on sophisticated estate planning, estate and trust administration, tax-exempt organizations, state and local sales tax, and general tax and business planning related to partnerships, limited liability companies, corporations and trusts.
Mr. Sloan was selected by his peers and listed in Utah Business Magazine as one of Utah's Legal Elite in the area of Wills, Trusts and Estates Law for 2007 through 2011. He is also listed in The best Lawyers in America 2011, in the areas of Trusts and Estates. Mr. Sloan maintains an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review.
Mr. Sloan received his J.D. from the S.J.Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, and a B.A. in Accounting from the Univerisity of Utah. He is involved in the Utah community including "And Justice for All" Leadership Committee, University of Utah Planned Giving Committee, Primary Children's Medical Center Planned Gifts Committee, United Way of Utah and Utah Food Bank.
STEPHEN A. TYLER
Steve first came to Utah on a family ski trip in 1982. He loved Utah for the fabulous skiing and Park City for the family atmosphere. He and his family have been coming to Park City ever since, and they consider it their second home. They spend a number of months there each year skiing and golfing.
Over the years, Steve has participated in a number of charitable and civic organizations. Currently, he serves on the Advisory Committee of Love, Inc., a local charity in Red Bank, New Jersey, and is an “Afterguard” member of The Corinthians, a sailing association. He is an avid sailor, a lifetime passion that he shares with his family. In 2001, he became involved with the Community Foundation of New Jersey (CFNJ). He established the Tyler Family Fund, a donor advised account, and was the first Chair of the newly founded Monmouth County Division. He joined the Board of Trustees of CFNJ in 2003 and has served as Chairman of the Board from 2006 to 2009.
Steve received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1969 from Cornell University. He joined JP Morgan in 1970 and spent 28 years in various market related positions including fixed income sales and trading, investment portfolio management, and risk management. Upon retiring from Morgan in 1998, he partnered with other investors and founded Rumson-Fair Haven Bank and Trust Company, which opened for business in July 2000. He served as President and CEO until 2003 and currently is an active member of the Board of Directors.
Steve and his wife Ingrid enjoy sharing their home with their two daughters, Diana Tyler and Bridget Mulcahy, son-in-law Michael Mulcahy, and granddaughters Cassi and Malia Mulcahy, and grandson Tyler Mulcahy.
Linda Warren joined Talisker Mountain Inc as the Chief Marketing Officer for Talisker and Canyons in January 2011. With more than 30 years of experience in the hospitality and entertainment industry, Linda oversees the marketing strategy, planning and execution for all aspects of Talisker and Canyons. Linda’s illustrious career spanned over 30 years with the Walt Disney Company, where most recently she served as the Executive Vice President of products and services for the Disney Parks and Resorts. Prior to that, the majority of her Disney career was in Parks and Resorts Marketing, where she was Executive Vice President of Marketing for 10 years. Previously, she held several positions within the Disney Organization, including Senior Vice President of Epcot Operations and Development.
Prior to moving to Park City, Linda was a Board Member for the Heart of Florida United Way for three years and led the Marketing Committee for two years. She was also in charge of the Disney United Way Workplace Giving Campaign for three years. She looks forward to becoming involved in the Park City community.
Linda lived most of her life in Florida and now resides in Park City with her husband, Dr. Jeffrey Prickett.