NLTRA Board of Directors

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Board of Directors

The NLTRA Board of Directors reflects North Lake Tahoe’s diverse business community and can range between 11-17 members: six are designated seats, five are elected seats, five are seats appointed by the Board, and one seat is appointed by the County of Placer, as specified in the NLTRA Bylaws.

Current NLTRA Board of Directors:

Members:

  1. Palisades Tahoe:  Mike DeGroff
  2. Northstar California Resort: Deirdra Walsh (Chair)
  3. Homewood Mountain Resort: Kevin Mitchell
  4. Resort at Squaw Creek: David Lockard
  5. The Ritz-Carlton: Colin Perry
  6. The Placer County Board of Supervisor Appointee: Sue Rae Irelan (Vice Chair)

Ten (10) Seats with the following designations and elected by the Members:
1. Representing North Shore Lodging/Property Management: Jill Schott/Tahoe Moon Properties
2. Representing West Shore Lodging/Property Management: Stephanie Hoffman/Tahoe Luxury Properties
3. At-Large, representing Activity businesses: Jim Phelan/Tahoe City Marina
4. At-Large, representing Food and Beverage businesses: Tom Turner/Gar Woods Grill & Pier
5. Tahoe City Downtown Association, designee by its board of directors: Melissa Siig/Tahoe Art Haus
6. North Tahoe Business Association, designee selected by its board of directors: Alyssa Reilly/NTBA
7. Squaw Village Business Association, designee selected by its board of directors: Dan Tester, Granite Peak Management (Treasurer)
8. Northstar Business Association, designee selected by its board of directors: Ray Villaman (Secretary)
9. At-Large (1): Samir Tuma/Tahoe City Lodge
10. At-Large (2): Dave Wilderotter/Tahoe Daves

Advisory Board:

Stephanie Holloway, Placer County Executive Office
Jeff Cowen, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

Board and committee meetings are open to the public. The NLTRA is committed to fiscal transparency and incorporating public input and participation in all decision-making. The Board and committees conduct business consistent with the Speak Your Peace Nine Tools of Civility Project. Meeting notices, agendas and related information are available on this website. There is also a library of NLTRA documents and publications. All information can be downloaded in pdf format.