Andy Wirth is tasked with responsibility for overseeing daily operations and implementing the overall strategic plan at Squaw Valley Ski Holdings. He serves as the CEO and President of the company. He has worked determinedly to transform Ski area to a prominent tourist destination.
He financially supports community-based organizations that focus on maintaining a clean and sustainable environment. Wirth‘s goals are to better the lives of people of diverse ages in the community. At Squaw Valley, he leads a team of highly trained professionals to offer exceptional services.
The Reno airport board attained a new look after including three new members and appointing Andy Wirth as the chairperson. He will be leading nine members that include the newly sworn in members: Jenifer Rose, Lisa Gianoli, and Sferrazza.
Andy Wirth expressed his gratitude for his new position and hinted that the Reno Airport will benefit from new ideas from the new appointees. He ascertained that the air travel services were going to be boosted to a top-notch level considering the new members are highly trained and experienced.
Andy Wirth became a member of Reno Board in 2013. He has a long-term experience in management of international resorts. Additionally, he has collaborated with several airlines in developing more airlifts for resorts in Colorado, Utah, and Canada.
As a board member, Wirth connected Reno-Sparks and Lake Tahoe, while serving as a representative of the airport that allows travelers to access Lake Tahoe. http://squawalpine.com/explore/blog/andy-wirth-elected-chairman-reno-tahoe-regional-air-service-corporation
Launch of Iron Team
Andy Wirth sustained serious injuries after being involved in a skydiving accident. He accidentally met and established a friendship with a team of Navy Seals who were training at Squaw Valley. He believes that their continued support played a significant role in his recovery. You can also learn more about Andy Wirth: http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/news/articles/2014/09/andy-wirth-squaw-valley.aspx and www.kcrw.com/people/andy-wirth
Together with his friends, he established an Ironman team known as Wounded Warrior Support. The team accumulates funds to support programs of Navy Seal Foundation. In turn, the foundation helps men serving in the Navy as well as their families.
During his recovery period, Wirth took time and reflected the challenges that the Navy servicemen and their families endure. The stories from these groups of people motivated and gave him the strength to press on. Read more: andy wirth | POWDER Magazine and Squaw Valley’s Andy Wirth appointed chair of Reno airport board