Jen Malone joins Tahoe Mountain Club’s marketing team
TRUCKEE, Calif. – Tahoe Mountain Club is pleased to announce the newest addition to their marketing team, Jen Malone. Malone’s education as a graphic designer coupled with her background in marketing, public relations, and hospitality made her the perfect candidate to represent Tahoe Mountain Club’s properties and amenities. “We are lucky to have such a talented and witty individual join our team,” said Tahoe Mountain Club General Manager Bob Hickam.
Malone is a native of Washington State, but moved to the Truckee-Tahoe area in 2002. Malone briefly left the region to finish her degree in graphic design and work as an analyst for the popular outdoor retailer backcountry.com in Salt Lake City. Malone has worked as a local graphic designer for the past four years and often lends her talents to nonprofits and community events. Malone will be working closely with the entire marketing and management team at Tahoe Mountain Club. “I enjoy the artistic side of graphic design and marketing. Tahoe Mountain Club’s properties and many amenities will give me an opportunity use my creativity in a whole new way. I am looking forward to working with the Tahoe Mountain Club family,” said Malone.
Like so many Tahoe-Truckee residents, when Malone is not at work she prefers to be outdoors. Whether biking or backcountry skiing or stand up paddle boarding Malone takes full advantage of the natural beauty that drew her to this area. Malone lives in Truckee with her husband and her golden retriever Matkat.
For more information on membership and amenities at Tahoe Mountain Club visit http://www.tahoemountainclub.com or call 530-550-5088. Follow Old Greenwood and The Golf Club at Gray’s Crossing on Facebook.
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