Andy Wirth is familiar to a lot of people in the Squaw Valley area. He’s worked tirelessly to help maintain the area’s natural beauty while also opening it up to people eager to share in that experience. This is one of the big reasons why his new appointment has been catching so many people’s attention. He’s the new chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board. And he’s expected to bring some pretty big achievements to the position.
To understand why it’s best to first take a look at the organization itself. They’re there to help showcase just what the region has to offer. And in turn, to help people make their way there using the airport. It’s a situation where the region can gain economically while also giving people the chance to experience some of the most beautiful sights imaginable. And this is exactly why Wirth’s appointment to the position is such a good match.
Andy Wirth is also the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski. To some that might just be a job. But to Andy Wirth it’s been closer to a true calling. This is because Wirth has always had a real love and connection with the natural world. Anyone could have simply sat on the property and let it serve as passive income.
But Wirth has been anything but passive in that role. He’s instead worked hard to create agreements with neighboring areas to help ensure that visitors can enjoy as much of the natural splendor as possible.
And he’s even worked hard locally to help foster the perfect balance between high tech infrastructure to help people enjoy themselves and the natural world that they seek to immerse themselves in. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=36030954&privcapId=7911768
Further evidence of just how much he loves nature can be seen from the fact that he’s sometimes known as the death defying CEO. He was severely injured in a skydiving accident. But instead of letting it push him into a desk job, he pushed right back. His love of athletics and nature prompted him to work hard and quickly get back into outdoor athletics. And it’s clear that this dedication to the outdoors will serve him well in his new position.