Inntopia Volunteers Spring into Action

Inntopia’s staff is busy improving our product suite, providing industry insights, and serving you, our partners. Today, however, we’d like to recognize the contributions our team makes to their communities across the country. Plus, we’re springing into action with an office food drive challenge starting April 3rd!

5th Annual Mono Ski Day with Friends of Stowe Adaptive Sports, January 29th, 2017

Mike Claymon (Senior Developer in Edwards, CO)

Mike volunteers with the Vail Valley Charitable Fund, an organization that provides assistance to locals experiencing financial hardship due to a medical crisis or long-term illness. A home game announcer, Mike is involved with his local high school varsity lacrosse team. He also co-hosts an annual non-profit fishing tournament in memory of his son to encourage kids to develop a passion for fishing.

Holiday Toy Drive, December 2016

Karin Gosselin (SAM in Stowe, VT)

Karin is well-known in Stowe for her community involvement, from serving as the registrar, former board member, and tournament volunteer for Stowe Youth Hockey to working with local charities (Vermont Foodbank, Green Mountain Club and North Country Animal League) as an Outreach Volunteer with Stowe Bible Camp. In her spare time, she works the concession stand at Patriots Youth Football to raise money for player scholarships, equipment, and uniforms.

Tyler Mumley (VP Sales in Stowe, VT)

For the past three years, Tyler has served on the Town of Stowe Development Review Board (DRB). The DRB is responsible for reviewing and approving residential and commercial development in Stowe.

Volunteers at Stowe Mono Ski Day, January 29th, 2017

Jeremy Slade (Business Analyst in Edwards, CO)

In between providing valuable business insights as part of the Marketing Cloud team, Jeremy volunteers as a scout leader for the Boy Scouts of America in the Vail area.

Pascale Savard (Marketing Manager in Stowe, VT)

A lifelong ski enthusiast, Pascale volunteers with Friends of Stowe Adaptive Sports, serves on the organization’s Board of Directors, and organizes the annual Mono Ski Day at Stowe Mountain Resort.

Kendall Wilson (SAM in Edwards, CO)

As part of an all-women motorcycle club, the Scarlet Headers, Kendall is deeply involved in the Denver community. The Scarlet Headers are currently building a motorcycle to be auctioned next year, with all proceeds going to a local charity. An active alumna of the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business, Kendall also volunteers in the Young Alumni Program. The program pairs young alumni with students to provide mentorship and assistance with internship searches, interview practice, resume creation, and early career advice.

John Spencer (Senior Architect in Stowe, VT)

John volunteers with the Chill Foundation to help underserved kids learn to snowboard and enjoy the outdoors. He also works with the Central Vermont Council on Aging, which promotes independence, autonomy, and dignity for seniors.

Thank you to our team for sharing their time, skills, and energy in their communities!

This blog was written by Julianna Fedrizzi, Inntopia Strategic Account Manager who volunteered at the Friends of Stowe Adaptive Sports Mono Ski Day this past January.

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