Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association (“TMVOA”) welcomes you to beautiful Mountain Village, a luxury mountain community nestled in picturesque southwest Colorado. Just a gondola ride away is Mountain Village’s sister community, the historic town of Telluride, and just steps away are the slopes and various amenities of the Telluride Ski & Golf Resort. With all that surrounds Mountain Village, residents and visitors alike treasure the stunning views, rich history, exciting events, and acres of open space in our European-style village.
TMVOA’s mission is to preserve and promote a vital resort community for its members, with attention to creating a sustainable village with a vibrant economy. To accomplish this mission, our primary areas of focus include: event sponsorship, gondola funding, grant awards, community research, and guest services funding.
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Class A – Residential
Pete Mitchell has served on the TMVOA Board of Directors since December 2012 as one of the Class A- Residential Representatives. Pete believes that TMVOA’s role is to protect property values, stimulate economic growth and vitality, and enhance the overall experience of living, working and playing in our resort community. Pete was a licensee for McDonald’s restaurants in California and Arizona for 33 years. Pete was also a founder and Director of two community banks in California and Arizona and is still a Developer for commercial properties in Arizona and California. Pete attended Brown University and University of Southern California with Bachelor’s Degree in International Economics and a Master’s Degree in Education. Pete built his home in Mountain Village in 2006 on Singletree Ridge. Pete’s wife Shari is a Board Member of the Telluride Historical museum, Telluride Women’s Network and President of the Adams Ranch Homeowners Association. For the past two years Pete has also served on the TMVOA Finance & Budget Committee.
Secretary and Treasurer
Jim Royer and his wife Carol first visited Telluride in 1983 and returned every year realizing that this was a unique and special place. They bought land in Mountain Village on Benchmark Drive in 1992 and built their home in 2002. Jim has been active in local Mountain Village issues and was very active in working on the Mountain Village Comprehensive Plan with residents and the Town Council. Jim has a BS degree in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University. He was Chief Operating Officer and Vice Chairman of AECOM Technology Corp. when he retired in 2011. AECOM is a global engineering, architecture, and program management company. Jim looks to bring his engineering and development expertise to TMVOA in dealing with the continued development of Mountain Village to ensure that it continues to be a unique and special place.
Jim was elected to the TMVOA Board in December 2015 and his two-year term will last through December 2017.
Class B – Lodging
Duncan Hogarth became the General Manager of Madeline Hotel and Residences in October 2014. Drawn to the active, inspiring lifestyle and vibrancy of the community, Duncan is committed to the stewardship of Mountain Village. His focus is the pursuit of an elevated and unique visitor experience and maintaining a sense of quality.
Duncan brings 30 years of experience with luxury hotels and resorts in five different countries. He discovered his affection for Colorado ski resorts during the 1990’s at the Lodge at Vail where he spent 6 years while it was an Orient Express. Prior to joining Madeline Hotel and Residences, Hogarth served as Managing Director of Rosewood’s Little Dix Bay, a 500-acre property in the British Virgin Islands, and held leadership positions at Belmond’s La Samanna on French St. Martin, the iconic Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, The Datai in Langkawi Malaysia, and the Savoy Group of Hotels in London.
Duncan was appointed to the TMVOA Board in March of 2016 and his term ends December 2017.
Class C – Commercial
Jeffrey Badger was elected as the Class C – Commercial Representative in the 2014 Board of Directors Election. Jeff grew up working in his family’s ski shop in New Hampshire, and moved to Telluride in 2000 after a career in real estate. Jeffrey founded Siam Restaurants in Ridgway in 2005, and is the owner of the popular Thai restaurant Siam Telluride and the Asian seafood restaurant Siam’s Talay Grille located in the Inn at Lost Creek in Mountain Village. Jeffrey feels a strong desire to be involved in the future of Mountain Village and believes that his personal experience as a business owner will help him represent the interests of the merchant community. Jeff’s perception is that we need to build traffic in the village core and create an ambiance will keep customers in Mountain Village.
Class D — Mountain Special Member Appointments
Robert Stenhammer is the Executive Vice President for Telluride Ski & Golf Resort. Robert holds a MBA in Hospitality and Tourism and is a leading industry expert in resort management, real estate and destination marketing. Robert began his career in the ski resorts of Colorado where he directly oversaw the management of over 2,600 vacation rental properties, 40 homeowner associations, retail, food and beverage, real estate, hotels and other resort operations working for Vail Resorts and Intrawest. For 6 years Robert and is family resided in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina with Wyndham Resorts where he served on the Board of Directors for the Hilton Head Island/Bluffton Chamber of Commerce & VCB. Robert was also Chairman of the Accommodation Tax Committee for the Town of Hilton Head Island. As Executive Vice President for Telluride Ski & Golf his vision is to help make Telluride and Mountain Village the #1 resort in the world, working on strategic direction for the resort including housing, access and sustainable development for the future. Robert also serves on the boards of numerous HOA’s and is a Director for the Colorado Flights Alliance.
Bill Jensen has enjoyed an influential career leading three of the most successful and recognized mountain resorts in North America. Previously, Bill Jensen served for six-and-a-half years as CEO of Intrawest, North America’s second largest ski resort company. At Intrawest, Jensen was responsible for the oversight of Whistler Blackcomb, Mont Tremblant, Blue Mountain, Steamboat, Winter Park, Stratton, Snowshoe, the company’s hospitality business, and Canadian Mountain Holidays, the world’s largest heli-skiing company.
Prior to Intrawest, Jensen was an executive with Vail Resorts for 11 years, including two years as Chief Operating Officer of Breckenridge Ski Resort and nine years as Chief Operating Officer of Vail Mountain, where he also served as President of Vail Resorts Mountain Division.
Jensen’s extensive industry experience also included six years as President of three California ski resorts: Northstar-at-Tahoe, Sierra-at-Tahoe, and Bear Mountain.
Bill Jensen is a Past Chairman of the National Ski Areas Association and the Colorado Tourism Office Board of Directors. He is a two-time recipient of the Colorado Ski Country USA Chairman’s Award and was inducted into the Colorado Ski Hall of Fame in 2008. Throughout his career Jensen and his wife, Cheryl, have been active community leaders, serving on various boards and foundations in the communities in which they live and work.
“Coming to Telluride brings me full circle in my career, taking me back to the passion and excitement I first felt when I discovered my love for skiing and the mountains. added. “This shaped who I am today. Telluride is wonderful for what it is and for what it can become. A world-class mountain resort that is a great place to live and work.”
Jeff Proteau has worked at the Telluride Ski & Golf Resort for over 25 years. In his role as Vice President of Operations and Planning he oversees the day to day operations of the ski area operations and the planning and implementation of mountain improvement projects. He served several years as the Vice President of Planning and Environmental affairs where his skills were utilized to acquire approvals and implement the ski area expansion into Prospect and Palmyra Basins. Jeff has served as the Chairman of both the Mountain Village Owners Association and the Mountain Village Design Review Board and also served as President of the Telluride Ski and Snowboard Club. Prior to his work in the ski industry, Jeff was leading a Design/Build department for a Landscape and reclamation contractor in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. He is an avid skier, fly fisherman, and backcountry enthusiast.