It’s the same dream that attracts so many people to the mountains—a season of ski-bumming, working at a resort and hitting the slopes at every opportunity. Of course, more people dream about it than actually do it, worried about the realities of life in a mountain town. But Utah’s Deer Valley Resort has worked to
Dear Dan, Thank you for being such a gracious host when I visited your bar at The Brass Tag in The Lodges at Deer Valley. It was one of my first solo outings as a newcomer to Park City. The twinkling lights are a charming welcome to the entrance of The Lodges. Climbing the stairs to
I have a very sweet tooth and any change taking place with Deer Valley’s pastry ovens is just as important as a new chairlift, some extra mountain glading or a brand new trail. As of this season, Steve Harty is Deer Valley’s new executive pastry chef. The news got my attention, naturally, and I wanted
Deer Valley Resort announced the promotion of Jodie Rogers to director of food and beverage. Julie Wilson, Deer Valley’s former director of food and beverage for over 30 years, will be retiring from the director position and transitioning to consulting for special food and beverage projects for Deer Valley Resorts, including Solitude Mountain Resort.
Deer Valley Resort announced today the promotion of Stacey Taylor to the position of Director of Human Resources effective February 16, 2015. Stacey brings extensive knowledge of human resources and Deer Valley to the position. Most recently, Taylor served as the Payroll and Human Resources Front Desk Manager for Deer Valley Resort, where she oversaw
David Smalis manages a lodging reservation team whose job it is to paint a vivid picture of a winter vacation home that will perfectly match the needs of its guests. Every piece of the puzzle needs to fit and this requires superior listening abilities, tireless research and absolute integrity during the entire process. David began
Fresh out of college, Kathy began her career at Deer Valley Resort as a Ski Instructor before joining the Ski Patrol team and then moving on to the resort’s Human Resources department. She didn’t stop there and worked part-time in retail at the resort’s Signatures Stores, while she pursued a career as a professional cyclist.
In this day and age, any tenure that spans a third of a century is remarkable enough. However, when it also entails two vastly different careers, the feat becomes truly exceptional. Georgia Anderson began her employment with Deer Valley Resort in Human Resources before becoming the director of that department. About 15 years later, she