The Career Accomplishments that Andy Wirth has made in Mountain Resort Management

Andy Wirth is a highly experienced individual in the administration of mountain resorts. He has served the sector for more than 25 years. His career debut was in 1986, and he was first employed by the Steamboat Springs Resort. He currently works as the CEO and president of the Squaw Valley Ski Holdings. Andy has acquired sufficient skills in the mountain resort sector for the many years that he has worked there, and he uses this knowledge in the management of the Squaw Valley Resort. He has transformed the hotel to be one of the region’s destinations that are highly preferred by winter tourist across the world. Mr. Wirth holds a bachelor’s degree in science from the Colorado University. He also acquired a postgraduate degree from the Edinburgh University.

Working in parks has been part of Andy’s life for a long time since his grandfather served as a director of the US National Park Services. He was a ranger of the San Pedro Parks Wilderness and the Rocky Mountain National Parks before taking his first professional job. During his service at the Steamboat Spring Resort, Andy was a marketing agent, and he was later promoted to be one of Steamboat Ski and Resort Corporation’s administrators. The Intrawest purchased the company in 2007 and Wirth was made an executive vice president.

Squaw Valley is a major resort that offers skiing services and it has been active for about seven decades. The Cushing family had been inheriting the management of the enterprise before Andy took over from Nancy Cushing as the CEO. After being appointed as the head of the resort, he led a renovation exercise that was worth $70 million. The refurbishment made the premise to be on the same level with its competitors in the industry. Its reputation has drastically risen in the last one year, and it is currently rated as a leading international winter tourist resort. Squaw Valley acquired the Alpine Meadows Ski Resort, and Andy Wirth is the head of both hotels. He has also been made the CEO the Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation, which was established in 2001 and is devoted to attracting tourists to Reno-Tahoe.