There has been some fresh faces added to the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board, according to the Sierra Sun Times. Along with one new chairman, there have been three new board members added to the team. Squaw Valley Ski CEO Andy Wirth is one of the four that have taken their positions as of July 9th. With those new members, there will no doubt be fresh and new ideas which can only lead to the betterment of the industry.
Wirth has newly been appointed as the chair of the board. There are nine total members. With the addition of Jenifer Rose, Lisa Gianoli, and Jessica Sferrazza the limits are endless when making the airport a better place to experience both from a business perspective and consumer perspective. Everyone that has been added to the board has extensive experience in the industry, which means that they can provide a unique opinion on most issues that occurs.
Wirth has been on the board since 2013, as he was appointed by the RSCVA. He has worked alongside many different airlines and is deeply educated in international resort management. The combination of experience and education will no doubt set this airline to soar to new heights. He has worked as representation of the Reno-Sparks region, which provides a “gateway” to Lake Tahoe. Working hard as the liaison between the two, he has made it a much smoother experience for both the travelers and the board.
Rose was appointed by the city of Reno and she is the CEO of It’s My Community Store. This company provides office equipment, which gives those a chance to donate to various local charities. Her compassion and business savvy should offer a fresh outlook on what needs to be done. Gianoli runs a consultant firm for the government and provides financial analytics. She is educated in representing legislative issues. With the ability to be diplomatic and quick thinking, she could enact some incredible changes. Sferrazza is also beaming with consultation experience. She supports local businesses and has been on the Reno City Council. She has also done the same liaison work as Wirth in the past.