Al is a retired former Senior Executive of L3 Communications Systems West. He helped L3 CSW grow from a $200M company to a $1.2B company over the 20+ years he worked there. At various times, he was responsible for the company's Strategy, Research & Development and Business Development. He has Electrical and Computer Engineering degrees from Clarkson University and Syracuse University. He enjoys golfing, skiing, hockey, biking and camping. He and his wife, Debbie have made Park City home since 1996. They have two awesome children, Daniel and Alison.
Anna joined the Mountain Town Music board as Secretary in the Summer of 2020. This position combines her love of language and her love of music. Anna moved to Park City in the Summer of 2012 from Jupiter, Florida. Before that she lived in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she received her English degree from Colorado State University. Anna loves to ski and hike in our beautiful mountains with her husband Todd, two kids Calvin and Max, and dog Buddha. She feels like giving back to this wonderful community by supporting this organization is an honor and a privilege.
Beau Ogburn, a serial entrepreneur, has been a board member of Mountain Town Music for 4 years. His current venture, ProTrans, was showcased in the 2013 Google Economic Impact Report. He previously founded a successful startup tech company that integrated multiple electronic notification services in one application. Beau is an alumni of the University of Utah and has a Masters degree from Boston University. He believes that traveling and engaging in new cultures and experiences provides balance in his life. If he doesn't answer his phone, he is likely traveling with his family somewhere on the other side of the world.
Beth Moon moved to Park City in 1992 to start a career in the ski industry and raise her two sons and never looked back. Seeking self-expression and open landscapes, she headed west to the mountains. Starting the VIP concert series at Wolf Mountain she ran 72 shows and met countless other music lovers. She has applied her energy and creative vision to numerous ventures ranging from business development, marketing, branding, real estate, restaurants and retail. She has dedicated her time and talents to MTM since 2016, where her contributions shine in MTM event planning, strategic initiatives and community collaborations but her magic touches are felt everywhere. Beth currently runs a successful small business for the past 12 years and has found an almost perfect life balance between Palm Springs and Park City. She can be seen dancing on summer days and will give you the warmest of welcomes at Vibe Tribe Events. Beth believes life is too short for anything but your very best, and height is meaningless.
Jamie is a transplant from Nashville, Tennessee. She grew up taking voice and piano and with a huge love for music. She has been living in Park City for a year and a half now and is an already active part of the community and loves her new life here! She feels most alive when outdoors and finds that the mission and vision of MTM perfectly combine her two loves of that and music. She is mom of Jackson, Executive of the Park City Board of REALTORS® and doesn’t meet a stranger. She is honored to be a part of the Mountain Town Music Board of Directors and hopes to continue to give back to this wonderful community who has accepted her.
Jessica joined the Mountain Town Music Board in 2016. She spends a good amount of her time as a Pediatric Occupational Therapist for her private practice, Blue Sky Therapeutics, LLC in Park City and also serves on the faculty in the University of Utah Occupational Therapy Department. Originally from Washington DC, she moved to Park City via Chicago with her husband 14 years ago to enjoy the mountain lifestyle. Growing up with a musical theater background, she now enjoys singing with 2 local bands: Silver Strike and Lumberjack Fabulous. This has given her a huge appreciation for what MTM provides for our community: the joy of all things music! As part of her career, she provides a certain type of music therapy to the children that she works with and greatly values the importance and significant in music education for the children in our groovy town. She sits on the Nominating and Governance Committee for the board as well the Educational Outreach Committee. In her spare time she can be found on the slopes or dancing in her kitchen!
Matt Hutchinson moved to Park City from San Francisco with his wife Sara in 2003. Their love for the mountains and small town made Park City a great choice for their interests and lifestyle. Matt and Sara have two children, Brewster and Sadie. The four Hutchinsons love to ski, travel read, and listen to music.
Matt is a partner at the law firm of Hoggan, Lee, Hutchinson, in Park City. His law practice covers a wide range of business and real estate transactions and disputes. Matt has been a member of Mountain Music since 2010, serving a number of years as Secretary and then President of the Board of Trustees. Matt and his family love live music and appreciate the wide variety of shows that Mountain Town Music brings to Park City.
Millicent Tracey is an accomplished financial services product strategy executive, advisor, and board member with over 19 years of experience leading payments strategy. She has strong expertise in financial services technology, product management, and launching successful teams and programs that support strategic growth initiatives and create a competitive advantage. She is highly qualified to serve on a board seeking to develop a product strategy and platform through promotion & partnerships.
While serving as Senior Vice President of Wells Fargo’s Payment APIs, Millicent launched Wells Fargo’s inaugural API Gateway in 2016. This channel allows wholesale customers and fintech partners to embed banking services into their digital environments. As one of the first banks to launch an ACH API, she influenced NACHA (National Automated Clearing House Association) to establish the Wells Fargo’s ACH API as the standard for all APIs within the banking industry. During her tenure, she scaled the Wells Fargo API Gateway to provide over 15 API services, processing 1.5 billion transactions in 2019 alone. In 2018, Wells Fargo was awarded Barlow Research Associates, INC’s Overall Most Innovative Award for the Wells Fargo Gateway APIs. Millicent also launched an innovative solution for the American Red Cross to electronically pay hurricane disaster victims in real-time. In addition, she owns the patent for Predicting & Making Payments via Preferred Payment Methods.
In 2007, Millicent launched and led the Wells Fargo Customer Advisory Council program for eight years, partnering with over 700 business customers of all sizes and using their feedback to drive Wells Fargo’s payments product strategy and roadmap. Millicent was recognized in the 2010 Wells Fargo Annual Report for efforts around partnering & listening to customers and launching the Wells Fargo Advisory Council program. Leveraging her background in payment solutions for customers and customer-driven product management, in 2014, she launched Wells Fargo’s inaugural Global Treasury Management Consulting team, increasing international sales revenue by 26% in the team’s first two years.
Millicent is currently a Board Member for Park Place Payments, an early-stage start-up that offers small businesses client-focused payments solutions using a female-only sales force. As a Board Member, she influences the organization’s scaling and expansion strategy. She is also a Board Advisor to BlytzPay, an early- stage start-up providing businesses with a platform to invoice and collect payments via text message. At BlytzPay, Millicent creates governance for their product development lifecycle and influences their product’s go- to-market strategy. She also continues to influence the API product strategy for NACHA, including leading the development of Phixius, a platform for securely exchanging payment-related information that leverages both APIs and blockchain to improve verification and trust in payment data.
Millicent is on the Development Committee of the Park City Community Foundation where she leads various fund-raising initiatives, the innovation of their donor recognition program. Most recently, she played a key role in the development of a Community Response Fund that raised over $1.5M within 3 weeks, in response to the needs of those disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic consequences.
Millicent is an Executive Producer of the documentary Bias (https://www.finishlinefeaturefilms.com/bias/), a co- producer of the off-broadway show The Other Josh Cohen, and an investor in the Broadway show Moulin Rouge (https://moulinrougemusical.com/new-york/home/)
Millicent earned a JD at Mitchell Hamline School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science & Law from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has completed two years of the Harvard Business School YPO Executive Leadership Program and the Disruptive Strategy Program. She is a wife and mother to two daughters, who is also an avid skier, mountain biker, hiker, film lover, and CrossFitter
Paul moved to Park City from New Hampshire’s White Mountains in the spring of 1995 to work for the Park City Mountain Resort and ski for a winter. The community created by the local music scene and the outdoor lifestyle helped make Park City home! Skiing, mountain biking and road biking keep him busy when he’s not enjoying the vibes created by Mountain Town Music.
Paul joined the Mountain Town Music Board of Directors in December of 2019, and is currently Membership Committee Chair. Paul runs the Competition Services Department for Park City Mountain, and brings 25 years of event production experience to the Mountain Town Music community.
After years of sitting on a blanket enjoying live local music, Tyler joined the Mountain Town Music Board of Directors in September 2014. He has served as Vice President and is currently Finance Committee Chair. Park City has been home since 1996 and is where he enjoys all things mountains with his wife and 3 children, friends or alone. He is a Senior Director with Cushman & Wakefield’s Valuation & Advisory Group working regionally out of the Park City office. He is a current member and past chair of the Summit County Basin Open Space Advisory Committee (BOSAC), has served as Aspenglen HOA president and has volunteered for the Park City Point to Point mountain bike race every Labor Day weekend for the last 14 years. Tyler is passionate about music and Mountain Town Music is the ideal organization to bring his love of community, music and service together.