2021 Board of Directors Candidates

The Park City Chamber of Commerce | Convention & Visitors Bureau is approaching the 2021 Board of Directors Election. The Nominating Committee has approved twenty (20) candidates for the ballot for nine (9) open seats.

At this point, any chamber member may self-nominate by submitting a petition bearing the signatures of 5% of the qualified chamber membership. Interested parties may obtain petitions by contacting election@visitparkcity.com. Completed petitions must be returned no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 21, 2021. Successful petitions will be added to the ballot.

Voting members will be sent a ballot on June 7, 2021. The election will close at Midnight on Thursday, June 17, 2021.


Born and raised in Chicago, Rachel graduated from Indiana University and found success early in her career in corporate marketing, eventually setting her sights west to join the development team at St. Regis Deer Valley. She quickly fell in love with this mountain town, the close-knit community, and her future husband Rob Alday. Channeling their passion for all things Park City, in 2010 Rachel and Rob set out to create Abode Luxury Rentals, a boutique luxury vacation rental company that enabled them to share their love of these mountains with visitors. Over 12 years, an expansion to Jackson Hole, 160 properties, and a diversified business portfolio including concierge, laundry services, and HOA management, Abode continues to be a force in their industry due to its proven expertise in destination marketing and deep commitment to high-end service. Rachel is grateful to have held board and committee roles with local non-profits including Park City Rotary, Park City Institute, NAC, Temple Har Shalom, and Utah Clean Energy while leading the development of a new lodging association in Jackson Hole. Rachel relishes in raising their three young kids, Bear, Major, and Annabel with a love for and in service of this mountain community.


Since 2009, I have lived in various parts of the county, from Old Town to Pinebrook, finally buying a house in 2017 with my partner Justin, our Golden Retriever Milo, and our rescue cat Bella. I am an avid outdoor enthusiast with a side hobby of creating art. I am also the owner and founder of Quincy Candle Co., a small candle design and production business.

U.S. Ski and Snowboard has been my employer since 2009. Myself and our team manage large-scale international and domestic ski and snowboard events within the U.S. Our primary role is to site events and work as a bridge between the local community and international and national stakeholders to fulfill all needs to put on major televised sports events. I also have held roles at three Winter Olympic Games and am a member of the Alpine World Cup Committee for the International Ski Federation.


I grew up in Seattle, Washington before leaving for the University of Montana. After graduating, my desire to travel and recreate took me all over, from work in Antarctica to West Virginia, before settling in Park City in Fall 2005. The town offered an abundance of outdoor pursuits and an unparalleled way of life. I began guiding for Goose at All Seasons Adventures (ASA) in Summer 2006, eventually turning a summer raft guide position into a year-round management position. My time with ASA culminated with my partnership in the business. What began as an opportunity to explore the outdoors became a drive to share these experiences with others. I and my business partner, Justin Brown, have continued to build this reputable and elite guide service, sharing a variety of adventures with the guests of Park City. We strive to create lasting memories in a safe and sustainable environment while positively impacting the town, its locals, and other businesses.


I have 18 years of experience designing brand strategies for experiential luxury resorts in remote destinations. From 2009-2014 I led the opening sales and marketing efforts for world-renowned Amangiri resort in southern Utah as well as Amangani in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. From 2014-2018 I was Director of Sales & Marketing for The Ranch at Rock Creek in Montana, the world's first Forbes Five Star luxury guest ranch in the world. In 2018 I began as Director of Sales & Marketing to launch The Lodge at Blue Sky in Wanship, Utah. Within the first two years of the resort's opening, The Lodge at Blue Sky has garnered international recognition including best new hotel awards in Travel Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Vogue, AFAR, Harper's Bazaar, and Departures. My goal is to redefine the notion of luxury travel by placing enriching outdoor adventures at the forefront of the property's narrative and to reconnect curious travelers with the transformative powers of the natural environment.


Craig is the executive director of the Prospector Square Property Owners Association, representing 60 building owners in an important business community in Park City.

A 30-year veteran of the newspaper industry, including 20 years as a publisher, he understands the Chamber's mission, having served on five chamber boards in Utah, California, and Washington. He once started a visitor bureau in coastal Washington. He once served on a national trade associate board, Local Media Association, and in the state of Washington was president of his state newspaper association.

A 12-year ski instructor at Deer Valley, he gets the local tourism industry. His wife Barbara, a former chamber board member, is sales/marketing director for the Hyatt Centric. Craig has an MBA from the University of Washington and a BA from Stanford where he was editor of the Stanford Daily. Craig has also worked at the Montage and Hyatt Centric. Craig and Barbara live east of Oakley where they built a house six years ago.


Rich has been with PCRP for four years and is Director of Owner and Guest Experience. Prior to this new role, Rich was Guest Experience Manager with these last six months focusing on our housekeeping operations. Rich brings with him 34 years of real-life and work experience.

Formerly Director of Sales and Marketing with Marriott Hotels, Senior VP Sales with AJ Gallagher, Stein Eriksen Lodging, and now Park City Rental Properties. Rich grew up on the east coast in Rye, NY. He graduated from the University of Utah with a BS in Organizational Communications, moved back east (NY, NJ, and NC) where his two daughters, now 30 and 28, grew up and went on to be Division 1 College athletes. Rich moved back to Park City in October 2015.


Rob is a nonprofit executive professional with over 26 years of experience in leading and building nonprofit organizations. Rob is known as an inspirational leader with contagious energy and entrepreneurial spirit.

In 2010, Rob became the Executive Director of the Christian Center Park City, a humanitarian and community-focused nonprofit organization with a bold vision to serve as a leading network of community services.

He's a sought-after speaker and seminar facilitator and hosts the "Nonprofit Leadership Podcast." Rob was recently honored to be invited to be a member of the Forbes Nonprofit Council and was elected to serve on the Utah Advisory Committee for the US Global Leadership Coalition. Rob also chaired the MLK Jr. Commission for Human Rights for the State of Utah, is currently Chair of the Utah Nonprofit Association's Board, and was recognized as a "Hometown Hero" by Salt Lake Magazine.

Rob loves deep powder skiing, hiking, reading great books, and spending time with his wife and three girls.


Jamie is a transplant from Nashville, Tennessee where she worked actively with the Chamber there in her role with the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS®. She has completed past Chamber leadership programs in Tennessee and is currently meeting with the chamber's Economic Resiliency group to give updates on the real estate market in the community. She is the Chief Executive Officer of the Park City Board of REALTORS®. She has actively been working on affordable housing issues with the community and attempting to make a difference through her current roles. She is currently serving on the Mountain Town Music Board of Directors and the Prospector Square Property Owners Association Board of Directors. She hopes to continue to give back to this wonderful community that has accepted her through service with the Chamber of Commerce Board. She has been living in Park City for two and a half years now and is already an active part of the community and loves her new life here.


There is a certain magnetism to Revice Jordan. People from all walks of life and in settings just as diverse tend to gravitate towards Rev. While you might not be able to put a finger on what exactly drew you in, you will undoubtedly know why you like having him around. At the core, it is the recognition of a genuine soul that only wants to include others to collectively enjoy the moment. This is the essence that culminated in the creation of his Veteran Owned Business, Posh Management Group. His military experience allowed him to become the successful individual he is today. Understanding how to work with and lead different types of characters is what lead him on a journey he never saw coming. This was the journey of stepping into the hospitality industry where he started to see who he really was as a professional in the industry, and how he affected those he worked for and those he leads.


In 1996, I joined RCI Construction Group in Seattle, WA as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operations Officer. Charting the company's 733% growth over 9-years, reaching a peak of $425 million in annual revenue. RCI grew to over 1,000 employees, operating in three states, including the Hawaiin Islands. Over the same time period, we purchased and sold several companies, most notably, Safeworks, Northwest Container and Rail, and the sale of RCI to Parsons Corporation. In 2005, I created Highmark Investments. HMI invested over $220 million in real estate development and business acquisitions. In 2015 HMI was sold to a national REIT. I wasn't quite ready to retire, joined Big-D Construction to re-establish the Big-D Resort and Residence Division, with the home-base office in Park City, UT, and now has over 100 employees. We also have affiliated offices in Jackson, Bozeman, and Boise.


During his 20 year career in hospitality, Stan Kozlowski has completed more than 80 hospitality transactions totaling more than $2.5 billion, including workouts and restructurings, property level investments, senior mortgages, mezzanine mortgages, strategic asset sales, private equity placement, and real estate valuations. Prior to CooperWynn Capital, he was the VP of hotel acquisitions at Glenmont Capital Management, a private equity firm investing in opportunistic real estate investments throughout the U.S. In his role, Kozlowski was responsible for procuring hotel real estate investment opportunities on behalf of the company and its institutional-grade investors. Kozlowski was also the senior vice president at CBRE Hotels Finance, where he was responsible for a variety of hospitality transactions and investment banking services. Kozlowski holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration with a concentration in real estate and finance.


For the past 20 years, I have successfully directed Art Museums and worked as an entrepreneur business leader in the United States and in Sweden, my former home of 15 years. I bring an innovative and collaborative leadership style within the non-profit and business sectors. My prior board experience includes 2012 – 2020 Arts and Cultural Alliance Inc, Executive Leadership and Board President, 2020. We represented the Louisville cultural sector of 85 cultural organizations. 2014 – 2020 Founder and Board President, Kentuckians for the Arts, arts advocacy agency coordinating efforts in Washington DC and in KY State Capital with American for the Arts. At the Kimball Art Center, we will develop a nationally respected arts organization for Park City and Utah, focusing on high-level dynamic content by working with local, regional, and international creatives as well as other innovative organizations. Our audiences and programs in Park City will reflect the diversity of our community.


Heather is an award-winning professional with 30+ years of shopping center experience in both management and marketing. For the past several years she worked at The Shops at South Town and was part of the redevelopment team that reimagined and transformed the shopping center experience. One of her greatest professional accomplishments was being a part of the Grand Opening of The Gateway in 2001, just in time for the 2002 Winter Olympics! She continued working there for 12 years and was instrumental in making The Gateway an integral part of the SLC community. Heather is the General Manager at Outlets Park City and is thrilled to be a part of this center and the team that is creating a first-class shopping destination and gathering area, not only for tourists but for the local community as well. She a proud native of Utah where she and her husband have raised three children and been involved in numerous non-profit and community organizations. Her social media profile description may say all you need to know about her; Family over Everything! Loves a busy life with a few quiet moments thrown in with a cup of tea and a cozy blanket!


Coleen Reardon has been employed at Deer Valley Resort for twenty-seven years. She served as the resort's first Communications Manager until 1999 when she was promoted to the VP of Marketing. As VP of Marketing, Coleen is responsible for overseeing the resort's overall brand; one and five-year Strategic Planning efforts; brand and marketing and communications efforts including domestic and international communications and public relations; digital efforts which include website and mobile, a Customer Data Platform (CDP), digital advertising, ecommerce platforms, and email campaigns; brand-related campaigns consisting of social media efforts, content planning and development, traditional advertising, creative development and company in-kind and cash giving. She also oversees events and sponsorship at Deer Valley and monitored the logistics and production as Deer Valley became an official Olympic venue hosting the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.


I moved to Park City, in 1976 from So Calif. After dabbling in various walks of life (including bull riding in the Park City rodeo, white water guiding on the Green and Colorado Rivers, and successfully running my own restaurant and catering business) I found myself in the property management world. Recognizing the need for high-quality property management, I started Park City Lodging, Inc. (then R & R Properties) in 1984. Since then, Park City Lodging has grown to manage approximately 250 private homes and condos and 13 HOAs. PCL has 3 office locations in PC. We employ over 100 staff in the winter and 50 year-round. I have completed the inaugural PC Leadership workshop in 94/95 and was a founding member of the Women's Giving Fund and the Park City Area Lodging Assoc. I am currently the president of the Historic Main Street Alliance. PCL won Best in State for the 3rd year and was just awarded the sustainability award for the international short-term vacation rentals.


I am Danielle Turner, Vice President/General Manager of Park City TV and Deerfield Media Publications. I also have Corporate oversight of all of Deerfield Media's television properties, broadcasting to 6% of the country. I've spent my entire professional career in media. First, on the agency side, designing and executing complex campaigns for clients. Now, on the broadcast side, creating content for our local community and providing strategic marketing solutions for businesses.


Tony Tyler is a local real estate developer with an office in the Canyons Resort, with a past portfolio that exceeds $1B in construction value across multiple sectors commercial/retail, multi-family, and single-family residential and industrial projects. Notable local projects include the Kimball on Main in Old Town, Apex Residences, Pendry Park City, and the upcoming Employee Housing project in the Canyons Village. Tony is also a Board Member of the Canyons Village Management Association and involved with the Early Childhood Alliance with the Park City Community Foundation. He and his family live in Silver Creek and have been Utah residents for 15 years. Outside of work, Tony enjoys many of the area amenities and attractions including snowboarding, camping, hiking, biking and plays on a local hockey team and is passionate about supporting local businesses and activities for residents and guests alike.


I moved to Park City in 2000, working first for Westgate before starting GCommerce, the premier hospitality digital marketing company in the US. GCommerce works with hotels, resorts, restaurants, and other hospitality-based organizations across the country to develop and manage a comprehensive digital marketing presence, from website design to digital advertising to search engine marketing. In that time, I've had the opportunity to work with the country's most recognizable hospitality brands to meet their most fundamental challenges. My background in marketing leads me to study markets, consumers, and client offerings at an intimate level, an experience that will be helpful to PC Chamber. As a founder, I have personally recruited over 90 team members and implemented our company culture and benefits. In 2019 GCommerce was named Outside Magazine 100 Best Places to Work. I live in Jeremy Ranch with my wife and daughter and am an active member of Sunrise Rotary and supporter of Peace House.


I joined the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation in 2013 as the Utah Olympic Park marketing manager, handling all tourism-related marketing and media relations for the venue. Before moving to Park City, I worked in marketing, PR, and events for 10 years in the book publishing industry in Chicago, Illinois. While in my Utah Olympic Park marketing manager role, I served on the PR committee for Ski Utah and multiple MAC committees for the Park City Chamber of Commerce/Convention & Visitors Bureau. In 2016, I was promoted to the position of director of marketing of the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation to oversee marketing for the three Olympic venues in Utah. That same year, I joined the Marketing Council with the Park City Chamber of Commerce/Convention & Visitors and the Board of Directors for the Peace House for one term. While working for the Utah Olympic Park and Legacy Foundation, I have had the opportunity to serve as the marketing chair for numerous World Cups and sporting events hosted at our three venues; promote the Utah Olympic Park’s Olympic sport and public offerings to visitors, and enjoy this amazing community I call home.


Diego hails from Peru and has been working in NPOs since 2009, where he was first introduced to Afterschool Programs at different elementary schools in the Park City School District. He moved to Utah in 2005 to attend the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and decided to stay after finding meaningful and exciting work in Park City. Through the years, he's been building partnerships and connecting low-income families with resources. With a focus on community organizing, he joined Leadership Park City Class XX which encouraged him to serve on the boards of BBBS, Intermountain's LiVe Well Center, KPCW Community Advisory Board, EATS Park City, as Board Chair for Immigrant Legal Services, and continues to serve on the board of the Park City Summit County Arts Council and on the Bright Futures Advisory Board. At the Community Foundation, he helped launch the Solomon Fund, the Social Equity Initiative, and supports efforts around Mental Wellness and Early Childhood.