Sugarbush augments management team



WARREN, Vt. – Sugarbush Resort has undergone several management changes heading into the 2016-17 winter season.

Tony Chiuchiolo returns to Sugarbush as Events Manager after a seven-year stint as the Terrain Parks Manager from 2008-2014. During that time, Sugarbush saw a significant increase in popularity of its terrain parks and was named a Top Five Terrain Park by Transworld Snowboarding. Prior to his job as Terrain Parks Manager, Chiuchiolo was a freestyle coach for the resort in 2007, and also worked for Fuse Marketing and the Ultimate Fighting Championship. In his new role, Chiuchiolo will continue to grow public events at the resort and work to expand event partners and strategic partnerships.

Terry Barbour joins Sugarbush as the new Director of Ski and Ride. Barbour has more than thirty years of instructional experience. He has served as an Eastern Division Examiner for the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) since 1987, as an Eastern Tech Team Coach for PSIA since 2015, and on the PSIA-Eastern Steering Committee since 2005. Barbour was also on the PSIA National Alpine Team for eight years. His previous experience includes serving as a training supervisor and staff trainer at Stowe Mountain Resort, a Skiing Magazine equipment tester, ski school director at Greek Peak Ski Resort, and most recently as Ski School Director at neighboring Mad River Glen since 2001.

Annemarie Todd joined the resort earlier this summer as Director of Human Resources. Todd is an attorney with a background in insurance, health care and employment law.  She moved to the Valley in 2009 and worked remotely while her youngest son attended Green Mountain Valley School.

Jake Kenealy will now manage the rental and repair shops year round as the Rental/ Repair Shops and Summer Programs Manager. He will continue to oversee the Summer Adventure Camps, mountain bike lessons, and bike rentals in the summer but will add the winter operations in the rental and repair shops at Lincoln Peak and Mount Ellen to his responsibilities. Jake has worked for the resort since 2013 as a bike coach, camp counselor, climbing wall attendant, ski instructor, Ski & Ride School Children’s Programs Supervisor for two winters, and most recently as the Summer Recreations Services Programs Manager. Prior to working at Sugarbush Jake worked as an Assistant Area Director at a large property management company in Minneapolis. He is replacing Rich Mayo, who has moved over to work for Leisure Retail Partners, the group that oversees Sugarbush’s retail operations.

Sugarbush is still hiring for a number of positions at the resort including administration, base area operations, food and beverage, lodging, ski school, and mountain operations.

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