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geoffreys@tccgjh.com
Office Phone: (307) 732-3400

Geoffrey Sharp, Homeowner Relations Manager

Geoff was born and raised in Chappaqua, New York and graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in Business Management. He left the East Coast to fulfill his goal of exploring the American West, particularly the Rockies and the various ski towns where he might like to settle down. His first stop that faithful October of 1999 was Jackson Hole, and with its unique geography, wildlife, and culture, it quickly became clear he might visit the rest of those towns but had already found home.

Before joining the Clear Creek Group, Geoff began his career in the hospitality industry working in Teton Village as a Front Desk Agent for Jackson Hole Resort Lodging and as a Bellman at the Amangani Resort. He then switched gears to promoting Jackson Hole and the wonders of the region, while working as the Director of Sales for a local media company that offers a premier guest directory, travel guide, and web site.

Geoff has a passion for many of the outdoor activities Jackson has to offer, exploring the surrounding mountains on skis during the winter months and hiking, biking, and paragliding in the summers to name a few. As much as he enjoys living in Jackson he has never lost his wanderlust or his love of the ocean. Whenever possible, you will find him on a sailboat, scuba diving or just playing in the waves. He has been lucky to travel far and wide and hopes to continue doing so with the ultimate goal of seeing as much of the world as possible.


nickd@tccgjh.com
Office Phone: (307) 732-3400

Nick Dorr, Homeowner Relations Liaison

Originally from Massachusetts, Nick began traveling after his studies at the University of Massachusetts and the University of Vermont.  After a few short years of driving back and forth across the lower 48, he found his home in Jackson Hole. If it can be done in the great outdoors, you’ll find Nick giving it a shot, but his passion is early morning tours, stomping big-airs, and dropping-in on the epic terrain across northeastern Wyoming.