Steamboat Resort hires Stephanie Gabriel as HR director 

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. has hired Stephanie Gabriel as the resort’s new director of human resources.

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. has hired Stephanie Gabriel as the resort’s new director of human resources. 

“Stephanie is a great addition to our team with her strong background in talent management as well as her education and certifications in the human resources field,” said Bill Thomas, vice president of human resources for the resort. “We look forward to working with her to provide a positive impact on our teams, resort and community.” 

Gabriel will begin her new position Monday and will oversee recruitment, hiring, onboarding, development, employee communications and more. She will support the human resources department in policy and program management, compensation and benefits, performance management, as well as compliance on a federal, state and local level. 

Gabriel brings a decade of experience in human resources and management across various industries including professional sports, technology, retail and consulting. Most recently, she served as senior director of talent strategy for Engrain Technology in Denver.  

“I am thrilled to embark on this journey as director of human resources for Steamboat Resort,” said Gabriel. “It feels like a dream come true to combine my professional experience with my love for the Steamboat community.” 

Gabriel received a bachelor’s degree in Intercultural and Organizational Communication from Florida Atlantic University and holds a master’s in HR Management from Nova Southeastern University. She is currently pursuing her Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business.

She moved to Steamboat Springs in 2020 and has since established roots in the local community. She enjoys the outdoors and spends her free time hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing and exploring Steamboat with her dog, Stormy. 

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