Vicky Fitlow has been a practicing attorney since 1996. After completing a clerkship with the Utah Supreme Court in 1997, Vicky joined Anderson & Karrenberg, a Salt Lake boutique litigation firm. In 2000, she left Anderson & Karrenberg to begin a solo practice in Park City, focusing on commercial and real estate litigation. She has served as counsel to various local non-profit associations.
Vicky holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy (High Honors) from Bates College, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law. She also served as a member of the Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps in the United States Army Reserve.
Brad Dicks is currently a pilot for Delta Airlines and has been with them for 22 yrs. He also has six years of experience as a locally elected representative with The Air Line Pilot ‘s Association, the world’s largest pilot union, serving the pilots of the Salt Lake City base. Three of those years were also served as a voting member on ALPA’s board of directors.
Prior to joining Delta, Brad served seven years as an officer in the United States Air Force, as well as two years with the Utah National Guard.
Brad graduated with a BS from Miami (OH) University and lives in Park City with his wife and three children.
Douglas Ogilvy is Principal of Clachan Development, providing development oversight of several thousand acres of development lands in the Park City area. He has over twenty years experience in the real estate development business. He has managed the development of numerous resort and urban projects in the United States and Canada including the Four Seasons Resort Whistler, the Village at Mammoth, the Westin Verasa Napa, and Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu.
Douglas holds an MBA from Ivey and a BS (Civil Engineering “with distinction”) from the University of Alberta.
Kirstie Rosenfield is a professional event producer and educator with more than twenty years of experience in the United States and internationally working for theatre companies, universities and the hospitality and ski industries. Kirstie founded Utah Contemporary Theatre in Salt Lake City and was the Artistic Director of the Man in the Moon Theatre in London. As a professor, she has taught at Utah State University, Semester at Sea, and the University of Utah. She received her BA from Cornell University, her MA from the University of Lancaster in England, and her PhD from Stanford University.
Kirstie has two children at the Weilenmann School of Discovery, and another soon to be heading for college. She was on the WSD Board from 2011-2103 and is very pleased to have rejoined it. Currently on the Recreation Arts and Parks cultural committee for Summit County, she has also served on the Grant Writing Committee at the McGillis School and on the Strategic Planning and Fundraising Committees at the Salt Lake City JCC. She loves to ski and camp with her husband, her three boys, and her Portuguese water dogs.
Tim Jones has lived between Summit and Wasatch counties for almost 25 years. He currently owns and operates Bridge Street Property Management, a local management service for second homes and community associations in the area. Tim’s working career has focused on the restaurant and hospitality industries, with positions in accounting and general management. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Quantitative Business from Ferris State University in Michigan. He is also the son of two high school teachers and hopes to use what he has learned from them to benefit WSD.
Tim has spent one year on the Finance Committee before assuming his current role as Finance Chair on the Board of Directors. He and his wife, Jo, have one son enrolled at the school, and have been part of the WSD community for the past four years.
Bayard Karch is currently a stay at home mother focused primarily on raising her two young children. Prior to becoming a mother, Bayard worked in the financial services industry for over 20 years. She worked at American Express, The Ayco Company and most recently as a Director with Fidelity Investments in Salt Lake City. In this role she was responsible for leading a team of Retirement Counselors who provided financial counseling to employees of not for profit entities such as hospitals and schools.
Bayard graduated Summa Cum Laude from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY and holds a Juris Doctor (Cum Laude) from Albany Law School in Albany, NY. She is a member of the New York State Bar.
Devin Maxwell, professional musician and entrepreneur, co-founded the LoudLouderLoudest Music Production Company in Brooklyn, NY in 2003. His small company quickly grew into a leading provider of digital music services and original music for top-tier music and entertainment brands. In 2010 he exited the digital music industry and relocated to Park City in order to focus on his career in concert music. Since then, his original music has been performed and recorded nationally and internationally. He is currently at the University of Utah teaching music courses, completing certification as a Higher Education Teaching Specialist, and finishing a Ph. D. in music composition. In addition to serving on the board of WSD, he is an active leader in other Utah-based arts organizations.
Michelle Palmer has served for 24 years in Park City’s tourism industry and is currently the Director of Sales & Business Development for Destination Services Corporation (DSC) of Utah. She has held senior management positions at Zermatt Resort & Spa, Deer Valley Lodging, Sundance Resort, Canyons Resort and Park City Marriott. Michelle was the Public Relations Manager for Park City Mountain Resort during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, where she supervised the media sub-center for the Salt Lake Organizing Committee.
Michelle holds an AS in Public Relations from Champlain College in Burlington, VT, a BA in Corporate Communications from Trinity College in Burlington, VT and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. She has served in a variety of board and council positions with the Park City Chamber/Bureau, Park City Jazz Music Foundation, Ski Utah, and Heber Valley Tourism & Economic Development. Originally from Massachusetts, Michelle has called Park City home since 1992 and can be found adventuring with her partner Andrew Parker and their son Cortland.
Matt Ward is General Manager for US Air Conditioning Distributors, the world’s largest privately owned HVAC equipment distributor. His geographic responsibilities include the Utah, Northeastern Nevada, and Southwestern Wyoming. US Air Conditioning provides HVAC equipment for all applications ranging from residential to heavy commercial and industrial installations.
In 1995, Matt relocated to Salt Lake City to run local operations for York International, an HVAC equipment manufacturer and the first official sponsor of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah. In this role Matt worked with the local construction community and the Salt Lake Organizing Committee to provide air conditioning, heating, ice sheet refrigeration, and snow making equipment for each of the Olympic venues.
Matt has been involved with The Weilenmann School of Discovery since its opening in 2010. After experiencing a fully satisfying 2010-2011 academic year commuting from Salt Lake City, he and his family relocated to Park City.
Matt received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
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