Andrew Wirth

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Andrew Wirth was born on 25 July, 1963 in Neubrücke, West Germany, is a CEOPhilanthropist. Discover Andrew Wirth’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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OccupationCEOPhilanthropist
Age57 years old
Zodiac SignLeo
Born25 July 1963
Birthday25 July
BirthplaceNeubrücke, West Germany
NationalityWest Germany

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Timeline of Andrew Wirth

2018

Andy Wirth announced his retirement from Squaw Valley on April 14, 2018.

By 2018, Squaw Valley announced a plan to get electricity from carbon-free sources. The company started using renewable energy at two of its resorts, building a mountain-side storage facility for Tesla Inc. batteries. Wirth stated that Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows would be operated by 100% renewable-sourced energy by the end of the 2018 to reduce its carbon footprint.

Wirth announced his retirement as President of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings in April 2018, stating that he would be spending time with his family and “focus on the active support of wounded warriors and environmental causes – advocacy and action.”

2017

In 2017, Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, KSL Capital Partners and the Henry Crown Company merged. The resulting holding company acquired Intrawest Resort Holdings and Mammoth Resorts.

2014

Wirth is a recipient of multiple community service and professional awards including the Chairman’s Outstanding Service Award from the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board of Trustees, Steamboat Springs Business Leader of the Year Award and made the HSMAI Top 25 Minds in Hospitality and Travel Sales and Marketing list. In 2014, he was recognized as Citizen of the Year by Disabled Sports USA and received the Community Five Award.

Wirth was the Fall 2014 commencement speaker at the graduation ceremony for Colorado State University’s Warner College of Natural Resources. In January 2016, Wirth was named the Chairman and President of Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation. He is also a former board of directors member at Capital Public Radio, an NPR affiliate in the Sacramento area.

In 2014, he was recognized as Citizen of the Year by Disabled Sports USA and received the Community Five Award.

2013

In October 2013, Wirth’s right arm was torn off and surgically reattached, as a result of a skydiving accident in Lodi, California. Steamboat Today chronicled his accident and recovery and his connection with Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder.

Wirth is featured on the March 8, 2013 episode of Undercover Boss, where he goes undercover at his Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski resorts.

In 2013, Wirth was featured in a Wall Street Journal article about his workout routine and trail running. He has competed in half-marathons and triathlons.

In October 2013, Wirth’s right arm was torn off and surgically reattached, as a result of a skydiving accident in Lodi, California. Due to changing wind conditions and other factors, Wirth, an experienced and licensed skydiver, along with other skydivers, were not able to make it to the designated landing area. Wirth landed on steel posts and wires in a vineyard outside the landing area. Wirth was able to slow bleeding of his brachial artery until he was airlifted to the University of California, Davis trauma center, where his arm was reattached. Additional surgeries were performed at the Buncke Clinic at the California Pacific Medical Center. Wirth returned to work after 50 days in the hospital and over 23 surgeries on his right arm.

2012

Wirth is a recipient of multiple community service and professional awards. In 2012, Wirth was awarded the Chairman’s Outstanding Service Award from the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board of Trustees. Wirth was the recipient of the 2002 Steamboat Springs Business Leader of the Year Award. In 2009, he was also awarded a spot on the HSMAI Top 25 Minds in Hospitality and Travel Sales and Marketing list.

2011

In September 2011, it was announced that Alpine Meadows Ski Resort and nearby Squaw Valley would merge to offer a combined ticket pass to customers. Wirth led the acquisition of Alpine Meadows and is now the President and CEO of both resorts.

2010

In 2010, he helped direct Steamboat’s Olympic send-off for the American Winter Olympic teams going to Vancouver. Wirth was also involved in two previous Olympic send-off celebrations in 2002 and 2006.

In the summer of August 2010, Wirth was appointed the President and CEO of Squaw Valley ski resort. He replaced former CEO Nancy Cushing, who was exited from the position after 16 years as President and CEO. Until Wirth took over, Squaw Valley had always been under the direction of the Cushing family after the ski resort was founded by Wayne Poulsen in the 1940s and later owned by Nancy’s late husband, Alex Cushing.

Under Wirth’s direction as CEO, the company underwent a $70 million upgrade. Changes included vastly improved mountain design and infrastructure, renovations to culinary, base area facilities, lodging and common areas and were funded by KSL Capital Partners, which bought Squaw in November 2010. Improvements have also included much-needed alterations to the customer experience. According to Wirth, “Squaw Valley moved from the bottom 20 percent of ski resorts into the top 20 percent over the year” for customer service satisfaction.

Since arriving in the Lake Tahoe area in 2010 Wirth has served or is serving on the following Boards and community service organizations:

2009

Wirth also led and founded the Mountain Village Partnership (MVP) in 2009, serving as president of the board of directors of the organization. MVP is a business and marketing promotion group supporting local businesses, and it is sponsored by Steamboat.

1986

Wirth has worked in the mountain resort and hotel industry for 25 years. He began his career with Steamboat Springs Resort in 1986 and served several different marketing and leadership positions at the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation and its parent companies. In 2007, Wirth was appointed the chief marketing officer and executive vice president of Intrawest, which acquired Steamboat in 2007. In 2010, Wirth left Steamboat to serve as the President and CEO of Squaw Valley, taking over for former CEO Nancy Cushing.

Wirth began as an intern with the Steamboat Ski and Resort Corporation in 1986. He worked at Steamboat for more than 20 years, serving in many different marketing positions within Steamboat and for ownership groups involved in the ski resort industry, while based out of Steamboat. In 2007, he was promoted into the parent company Intrawest, which completed acquisition of Steamboat in 2006 for $265 million, and he was named the chief marketing officer and executive vice president of sales and marketing. At Intrawest, Wirth managed domestic and global marketing strategy, overseeing Intrawest’s full portfolio of mountain and ski resorts

1963

Andrew “Andy” Wirth (born 25 July 1963) works in the mountain resort and hotel industry. He was most recently the president and CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, the parent company of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski resorts in Olympic Valley, CA until 2018. He is also the grandson of former US National Park Service Director Conrad Wirth and the great grandson of Theodore Wirth.

Andy Wirth was born in Neubrucke, West Germany on July 25, 1963.

1960

Squaw Valley USA, north of Lake Tahoe in California, was home to the 1960 Winter Olympics and combined with Alpine Meadows offers over 6000 acres of skiable terrain for visitors.