Tahoe Donner general manager to step down at end of month

David Mickaelian
Courtesy Tahoe Donner Association

TRUCKEE, Calif. — Tahoe Donner general manager David Mickaelian will step down from the position at the end of the month, the association announced.

Mickaelian was hired in May, 2020, and will remain with Tahoe Donner through Aug. 29.

Mickaelian was part of the Tahoe Donner Board of Directors approving its five-year strategic plan, which emphasized fire prevention, open spaces and trails, and land management. He is stepping down to pursue another career opportunity, according to a letter sent out by Tahoe Donner Association President Don Koenes.

“As we begin our search for a new general manager, the board is coordinating with the senior team to ensure that the amenities and member services continue to operate seamlessly and to keep all current projects and ongoing initiatives moving forward,” said Koenes in a letter to community members.

Currently the association is awaiting Truckee Planning Commission approval for its Downhill Ski Lodge Replacement Project.

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