Gard named Ski Corp.’s new information technology director
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. has promoted 12-year industry veteran Jeremy Gard to the position of information technology director, effective immediately.
“A priority for our team is to identify and cultivate talent in our ranks and promote within for the next generation of leaders of this company,” said Rob Perlman, president and chief operating officer for Ski Corp. in a news release. “Jeremy has worked his way up in the IT department, and his passion for this industry, the resort and the Steamboat community is inspiring. We look forward to many years ahead of his leadership.”
In his new role, Gard will oversee all technology development, strategic planning and technology partner relationships for the resort and The Steamboat Grand hotel. In addition, he will be responsible for the application portfolio across the organization as well as a team of business analysts who support software and information assets.
Gard steps in after previous IT Director William Taylor took on the new role of enterprise IT senior infrastructure project manager with Alterra Mountain Co. Gard and his team will report to Rodney Jones, Alterra’s senior vice president of IT resort operations and engineering.
A graduate of the University of Wyoming-Laramie with a bachelor of science degree in management information systems, Gard has been with the resort for the past 11 years in various IT roles. He has been involved in major projects for Steamboat, Alterra Mountain Co. and technology partners that span virtualized server infrastructure, network design and data integrity. Gard’s work within the IT department has led to innovative practices and actions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic including mobile ordering and payment, contactless ticketing and expansion of wi-fi connectively throughout the resort.
Gard is a 2012 graduate of Leadership Steamboat, a former board member of the Steamboat Young Professionals Network and a member of Ski Corp.’s service excellence team.
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