Board of Directors
Annah Scully, President is executive director and founder of the Vail Performing Arts Academy, which was created with the goal of bringing high-quality theatrical education and performing arts opportunities to local students. She has taught in Boulder and Vail and performed on stage and screen. Annah has produced corporate, private and public events in Colorado and California. She is married to Mark and is mother to Maria and Anthony.
Amy Phillips, Vice President is a second-term Avon Town Council member who was born and raised in Minneapolis. She majored in engineering at Polytechnic Institute but later discovered her talents as an organizer and event planner. She landed a job with Hyatt in Denver in 1985. An impromptu road trip to the High Country a year later spurred a permanent move to Eagle County where Amy's professional potential in the hospitality industry could be combined with her love of skiing. Amy currently works as an account executive for Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine and its sister publications. She is married to Bill and enjoys snowboarding, snowmobiling, gardening and softball.
Char Quinn , Treasurer is executive director of the Eagle Valley Humane Society, a state animal protection agent, certified dog trainer and co-owner of Wags and Whiskers in Eagle. She grew up in the Air Force and has lived in 13 states, but now calls Colorado home. She lives with her husband Brandon, daughter Matty and too many animals. In her limited free time, Char likes to hike, crotchet, read and raft.
Ludwig Kurz, Vail Representative is mayor pro-tem of the Vail Town Council and a native of Salzburg, Austria who has live in Vail since 1966. He has been involved in the ski and resort industries in Europe, Australia and the United States. Ludy is an avid skier and lives in East Vail with his wife, Susan Rodger.
Shelly Bellm, Minturn Representative has served on the Minturn Town Council since 2006. She is a employee for the town of Vail. She has volunteered for several organizations, including Wild West Days and the Minturn Special Events and Activities Commission. She live in Minturn with her husband Dan and three children.
Pam Brandmeyer, Community Representative is Assistant Town Manager for the Town of Vail and serves on the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens board. She's from Clinton, IA and came to Vail in 1973 via Denver, Los Angeles, Okinawa and Alamogordo, NM. She has a grand dog, Maverick.
Mike Brown, Community Representative is branch president of Alpine Bank in Avon and a former Avon Town Council member. He currently serves on the boards of the Literacy Project, Eagle Valley Library District and Edwards Rotary Club. This Oklahoma native graduated from Oklahoma State University and came to Aspen in 1990 "for six months and some skiing." He took a job at Alpine Bank in 1991 and four years later transferred to Avon. Mike is married to Stacy and the father of Emma and Ava.