Past Board Members

Director Emeritus & Founder
John D. Cumming

John is a director emeritus of Park City Community Foundation, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Powdr Corporation, Chairman of Resort Sports Network, a Director of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association and a Director of Cumming Investment Company. John was a founding shareholder of Mountain Hardwear, a manufacturer of high-quality mountaineering and camping equipment. He has also guided and climbed professionally on four continents. John received the Diplôme Superieur from Alliance Francaise in Paris, France, and a BA in French from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

John and his family make their home in Park City where they enjoy skiing, golf, mountain biking, and climbing.

Bradley A. Olch

Brad founded Park City Community Foundation with a passion for public service and philanthropic giving. Brad’s vision for the Community Foundation is to ultimately build an endowment to support local nonprofits in perpetuity. He is the former Mayor of Park City, a position he held for 12 years. Some of Brad’s most notable accomplishments as mayor include revitalization of the historic area of Park City, developing and growing the annual budget, as well as the acquisition of open space and water resource development. Additionally, he is responsible for the preservation of the entry corridor into Park City and the historic barn. As Mayor, Brad visited other resort towns in order to learn best practices in resort town management. He learned that Park City was one of the few resorts that did not have a community foundation and that was where the idea was born.

Brad and his family have lived in Park City since 1976. In their free time, they enjoy road biking, skiing, golfing and traveling.

Founding Director
Andrew Blank

A third-generation Miamian, Andy serves on the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He was the Chairman of the Florida Public Service Commission Nominating Council, Chairman of the Miami-Dade Community College Foundation, Chairman of the Miami-Dade Community College Presidential Search Committee and was selected by Florida Trend Magazine as an “Up and Comer” Award Winner. Andy is President of WareITis Technologies, LLC, ( which has developed the foremost enterprise level content management software suite called Records Studio. Andy is also President of Archive America, Inc., ( a full-service, off-site records management company. Archive America is the largest family-owned document storage firm in the U.S. with locations in Miami, Tampa, Ft. Lauderdale, Atlanta, Boston, Worcester, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Additionally, Andy is President of Seaboard Warehouse Terminals (, Seaboard Warehouse Terminals of Ft. Lauderdale, Seaboard Chicago Terminals, and Seaboard Tampa Terminals, Inc. Seaboard provides third-party logistics, including bonded warehousing, transportation & delivery, and contract storage services to manufacturers and sales organizations that require storage and distribution services for their products throughout the US. Andy also serves as President of National Brands, Inc., a family administration and investment group. Prior to the divestiture of its beer operations, National Brands (under the leadership of three generations of Blank family) was the largest Anheuser-Busch beer distributor in the world.

Founding Director
Myles Rademan

For over three decades Myles Rademan has been recognized as a visionary in the development of Park City. Upon arriving in 1986 as Park City’s new City Planning Director, he set out to tackle the challenges of old versus new including finding solutions for such challenges as open spaces and affordable housing while nurturing diversity and respecting Park City’s heritage. Myles holds graduate degrees in law and urban planning from New York University. He is a Fulbright Scholar, a Kellogg National Fellow and a Salzburg International Fellow. He has received numerous professional awards, including the prestigious 2002 Preceptor Award from the International Community Leadership Association, and was inducted as a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners. He is a sought after speaker for conventions, meetings, and retreats and is the founder and director of the award-winning Leadership Park City, now in its 25th year. He regularly consults and facilitates with governmental bodies, education, banking & healthcare groups, corporations, trade associations, and non-profits. Myles served as Director of Information for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Park City and was honored to be an Olympic Torch Bearer. The Park City Chamber/Bureau named their annual Spirit of Hospitality Award after him. Myles serves on many public and non-profit boards and is a past board member of the Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance, the Park City Community Foundation, the Utah Ski and Snowboard Association and the Park City Chamber/Bureau. Myles has been featured in several PBS special documentaries including Territory in Conflict, and Subdivide and Conquer: A Modern Western, decrying the environmental degradation caused by urban sprawl in the Rocky Mountain West.

Former Board Members

  • Tom Bakaly
  • Judith Billings
  • Andy Blank
  • William Coleman
  • Chris Conabee
  • Tom Dunton
  • Mark Fischer
  • Diane Foster
  • Steve Ginder
  • Jody Gross
  • Tom Grossman
  • Cathy Hill
  • Jolie Iacobelli
  • Becky Kearns
  • Robert M. La Forgia
  • Mark Lemons
  • Liz Lockette
  • Hank Louis
  • Karen Marriott
  • Susan Mayo
  • Jon Monk
  • Franklin Morton
  • Jack Mueller
  • Brad Olch
  • Susan Pearlstine
  • Myles Rademan
  • Sydney Reed
  • Christa Reipe
  • Bob Richer
  • Bill Rock
  • Mike Ruzek
  • Maureen Saborio
  • Emily Scott
  • Stephen R. Sloan
  • Beano Solomon
  • Mark Thorne
  • Steve Tyler
  • Linda Warren