Paul Vogelheim is a Teton County Commissioner (Jackson Hole, Wyoming) and was the recipient of Wyoming’s 2016 Commissioner of the Year—“Riding for the Brand”. He also serves on the boards of Jackson Community Foundation, Jackson Hole Air, and was one of the founders of the Jackson Hole Food Cupboard (food bank). He was a Ski Host for seven years at the Jackson Mountain Resort; served six years as the Chair for Jackson District of the Boy Scouts and recipient of the Silver Beaver (Scouting’s highest award for adult service); a past President of Ring Lake Ranch; and has been on the boards of Rotary Club of Jackson, Teton Youth & Family Services and Teton County Republican Party.
A native of San Francisco, Vogelheim has lived in Alaska, Florence Italy, throughout the Northwestern United States and in Wyoming since 1997 with his wife and two daughters. He is a graduate of Gonzaga University (the ZAGS) and he has held a variety of senior management positions over the past 25 years–including Director Proprietary Services for OTR Global, the General Manager of a window manufacturing plant with more than 285 employees, and the Start-up Manager for an Australian steel-decking manufacturer in Anchorage.