With almost 40 years in Park City, Celia Nash can definitely "remember when," a perspective she treasures. "In 1984, we were on the cusp of transformation," recalls the Team Nash life and health insurance agency owner of her arrival in the Wasatch Back.

Too dynamic to be nostalgic, Celia nevertheless relishes the experience of having grown with Park City. "Opening Team Nash in '89 allowed me to be part of it," she enthuses. Weaving herself into the fabric of Park City by "building a client base from scratch – networking and relationship-building," she created trust among her clients, “bringing me a profound sense of fulfillment and contentment," she says.

"My Park City story is a tale of discovery and deep connection with the area," says the graduate of Drake University in Des Moines. "In summer, when the roads were quiet, it felt like we had the town to ourselves. Riding our bikes with our two four-year-olds in the middle of Route 224 was an experience that is hard to believe now."

Since her earliest days in the mountains, Celia found insurance fulfilled her wish for "a flexible, freedom-filled lifestyle that allowed me to pursue my passion for biking and exploring while building financial stability and autonomy," she says.

Helping fellow Parkites with health care, retirement and other insurance needs also resonates with Celia's desire to contribute, and she doesn't stop there. Team Nash is a recognized community supporter who backs the Komen Race for the Cure and Guadalupe School in Salt Lake. For Celia, being a Parkite is about more than belonging to a vibrant, tight-knit community. "It's a way of life that enriches, instilling connection and stewardship," she believes.

We often hear a similar sentiment from Chamber partners. It is one reason we are proud to represent business owners who, like Celia, make Park City better every day.