Tag: ski industry

A chat with Kelly Pawlak, new president of the National Ski Areas Association

There’s nothing unusual about female ski instructors. And women in resort human resources, marketing, communications, and sales? Common as dirt. But women general managers are a somewhat rarer breed. According to statistics from the National Ski Areas Association [NSAA], there are only about 20 to 30 nationwide. It’s more or less a boys’ club. All this is about to change.

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Highlights for Women from the 2017 SIA Show.

The SIA Snow Show takes place every January at Denver’s Colorado Convention Center. It’s where over 80% of all ski and snowboard manufacturers and apparel makers come together to display their lines for the upcoming season to retailers from across the country. I got a sneak peek of some of the best gear, apparel and accessories for women that will be available for the 17/18 season and I’m excited to share my favorites with you!

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Women Who Ski, By the Numbers.

If you’ve ever been skiing and felt like you were the only girl out there, you’re not imagining things. There’s no dispute that there are more male skiers than female. In fact, one of the reasons I started TheSkiDiva.com was so I could find other women to ski with. Self serving, I know, but none of my friends skied, and most of the people I saw on the hill were men.

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From The Ski Diva Forum

Although it may seem early to some people, I’ve been thinking about which week to head back to Taos [...]

i am looking at gear for my adoptive granddaughter, age 9, but small for her age. Very athletic. I a [...]

No kids passes for $1 and no Snowbasin or Sun Valley. I'm bummed. Price has also gone up by $50 [...]

With the ski season over for me, I am naturally starting to plan for next year. My family does one t [...]

It looks like the new passes go on sale in the beginning March. Prices are only rising $20 a pass fo [...]

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