I am a 10 year veteran of the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team. Through these years, I’ve been able to continuously improve and be successful by learning from my own successes and failures. I have learned about the focus, work ethic, time management, and passion it takes to be one of the best in the world at what I do. Freestyle skiing has been more than a full-time job, with a time commitment of over 100 hours per week, year-round. I believe this experience will translate into strong results in my transition to my next professional career. My time as an athlete has been a constantly energetic and entrepreneurial experience. I've managed/marketed my personal brand, and developed long-term relationships with corporate sponsorships, including 10 years with Vail Resorts, to help fund my career. Prior to my athletic career, I had three years of experience in hospitality. Throughout my athletic career, I've been through jobs in hospitality, sales, marketing, and had represented myself for athletic endorsements and sponsorships. My current position with ID One Pro Mogul camp requires me to be on-site for about a month, and the planning is year-round. I have hands in organization, budgeting, planning, marketing, sales, accounting, and operation of the summer ski camp. Other industries I am interested in include: • Financial services • Capital markets • Entertainment • Leisure, Travel, & Tourism • Sports • Events services • Executive office • Venture capital & Private equity Most of my time awake is spent improving myself somehow, either physically, acquiring new skills, or refining skills. I am looking for a career opportunity with a company I can grow within. I am open to relocation, and look forward to the chance at being the best in the world in my next career.