Northstar California General Manager Nadia Guerriero on the move
Nadia Guerriero, vice president and general manager of Northstar California Resort, will be promoted to vice president and chief operating officer at Beaver Creek Resort in Colorado, according a news release.
Vail Resorts, Inc. this week announced a number of leadership changes to take place in its mountain division this spring.
Along Guerriero’s promotion, Doug Lovell, vice president and chief operating officer of Vail Mountain, will retire from his position, while Beth Howard, vice president and chief operating officer of Beaver Creek Resort, will succeed Lovell. All three changes are effective May 1.
The search for Guerriero’s replacement at Northstar will begin immediately, the release states.
Guerriero began her career with Northstar in 2007 and, before taking the helm at the resort in 2016, served as senior director of base area operations, village and events. In addition to her focus on improving the Northstar guest experience, the release states, Guerriero also successfully built and strengthened relationships with the resort’s extensive group of homeowners, community associations, developers and government stakeholders.
Prior to Northstar, Guerriero spent more than a decade representing professional Olympic and action-sports athletes at two leading management agencies.
“It’s very exciting to provide these well-deserved opportunities to Beth and Nadia, both of whom have grown and proven their leadership within Vail Resorts over their careers,” Chris Jarnot, executive vice president of Vail Resorts’ Mountain Division, said in statement. “We’re happy to see them take on these new roles to continue their impact at new resorts.”
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