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Susan Dorn New Executive Director
Tuesday, 25 October 2016 11:10

Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum Announces New Executive Director

 

The Museum enters a new era with the hire of Susan Dorn, software entrepreneur, passionate skier and snowboarder, as its new Executive Director!

STOWE, VERMONT—The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum is excited to announce Susan Dorn as its new Executive Director.

Susan Dorn-Profile PictureDorn is a lifelong skier, USSA Masters ski racer and PSIA certified ski instructor, as well as a snowboarder. For the past 30 years, she has worked as a software executive and serial entrepreneur. Together, with her passion for snowsports, she also brings over 30 years of experience in the software industry and 10 years of non-profit board experience.

Board of Directors Chairman Rick Hamlin said “the Museum’s fairy godmother was talking to Susan’s in response to our open position. She clearly has the full complement of skills, experience and the ability to take us into the 21st century and to bring focus to our fundraising efforts.”

Dorn has several start-ups under her belt, both for profit and not-for-profit, including founding RingMaster Software and an online marketing company. She was a founding director of the Vermont Technical Alliance and is currently a director at the New England Masters Ski Racing Foundation.

Dorn brings substantial experience in starting, running and in bringing organizations to the next level. She enjoys event planning, building partnerships and creative marketing techniques. As a well-rounded small business owner, she has a full-complement of skills in finance, legal, administrative, sales and marketing.

“I am so excited to be working with a Board who individually are so very accomplished within and outside the ski and snowboard industry. Together, we are going to transform the organization--bringing state-wide visibility, community engagement, vibrancy and the funding to make it happen,” says Dorn.