|Mammoth Lakes Recreation announced this week that it has appointed Colin Fernie to its Board of Directors.
Originally hailing from Columbus, Ohio, Colin Fernie moved to Mammoth Lakes in 2009. He is the owner of Black Tie Ski Rentals, a premium ski and snowboard rental delivery company, and R, R & F Asset Management, a real estate acquisition, development and property management company.
Since moving to Mammoth Lakes, Fernie has been very involved in the community. In 2012 he was appointed to the Planning and Economic Development Commission, where he served for two years before being elected to the Mammoth Lakes Town Council. During his tenure on Town Council, Fernie also served on the Board of Directors for Mammoth Lakes Tourism, Mammoth Lakes Housing, and the Eastern Sierra Transit Authority. Fernie has also served previously on the board for Mammoth Lakes Recreation.
“We are thrilled to have Colin back on our board,” said Tom Johnson, board chair for Mammoth Lakes Recreation. “During his four years on Town Council, he’s been a stalwart ally in our efforts to grow recreation, art and cultural opportunities in Mammoth Lakes.”
“I am excited to be rejoining the board of directors for Mammoth Lakes Recreation,” said Fernie. “The organization has evolved significantly since I last served, and I look forward to continuing my work to enhance our community amenities and recreation assets.”
Fernie received duel BA’s from the University of Rochester in 2006 in Honors Psychology and Religion. During his free time, Colin likes to ski, play soccer, hike, bike, and explore the outdoors.
About Mammoth Lakes Recreation
Formed in 2014, Mammoth Lakes Recreation’s mission is to deliver cutting edge sustainable recreation, mobility, and arts & culture opportunities and infrastructure for the benefit of the community and natural environment of Mammoth Lakes. We work to fulfill our mission by focusing our efforts in three areas: capital projects, advocacy, and entrepreneurship. For more information, go to www.mammothlakesrecreation.org.