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Episode 109 – Becoming Jackson Whole with Sara Flitner

By Michael Moeri | 10/08/2020 |

Sara grew up in Shell, Wyoming, and moved out to Jackson Hole after college in 1990. Since coming to Jackson, Sara has served as the Mayor of Jackson, started a consulting business, and recently formed the non-profit organization Becoming Jackson Whole. Becoming Jackson Whole’s mission is to make mindfulness second nature in Jackson.

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Episode 108 – Inspiring Future Leaders with Melissa Turley

By Michael Moeri | 10/01/2020 |

In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Melissa Turley. Melissa moved to the valley over 20 years ago and has been an active community member ever since. She has served as a Teton County Commissioner and was on the Jackson town council for almost ten years. Currently, she is the Executive Director of the Teton Village Association.

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Episode 107 – Creating a Family Legacy with Jim Darwiche

By Michael Moeri | 09/24/2020 |

In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Jim Darwiche. Jim was born in Southern Lebanon, went to school in Beirut and made his way to the U.S. to study aeronautical engineering at the Northrop Institute. After working in the airline industry for one year in Lebanon he decided to come back to the U.S. and eventually landed in Jackson back in 1978.

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Episode 106 – More than a Climber with Mark Newcomb

By Michael Moeri | 09/17/2020 |

In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Mark Newcomb. Mark was born in Teton County and has worn many hats over the years including climbing and skiing guide, ski patroller, avalanche course instructor and is a former part-time owner of Exum Climbing Guides. Mark currently…

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Episode 105 – Leave It As It Is – A Visit With David Gessner

By Michael Moeri | 09/10/2020 |

In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with David Gessner. David is a husband, father, editor, professor, and a New York Times bestselling author. David has published eleven books, including his latest work Leave It As It Is: A Journey Through Theodore Roosevelt’s American Wilderness and…

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Episode 104 – Take a Hike with Cathy Shill

By Michael Moeri | 09/03/2020 |

In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Cathy Shill. Cathy is the Founder and Owner of Hole Hiking Experience, a year-round company that offers guided hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and wildlife tours. In this episode, Cathy talks about how she landed in Jackson Hole…

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Episode 103 – How to Lead in a World of Transition with Ed Brenegar

By Michael Moeri | 08/27/2020 |

In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Ed Brenegar. Ed is the first return guest on The Jackson Hole Connection. Stephan first visited with Ed back in episode 3, just under two years ago. Ed is the founder of Circle of Impact Leadership, an author,…

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Episode 102 – Summer Road Trip: Stephan Revisits 2 Recent Episodes

By Michael Moeri | 08/20/2020 |

Stephan and his family are hitting the road for a vacation to California to see their relatives. In this episode, Stephan quickly revisits two recent episodes that shouldn’t be missed.  Episode 94 – Not Yet A Local with Jim Rooks Episode 97 – Designing Leadership and Finding Balance with John…

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Episode 101 – Visiting with The Cowboy, Chris Koch

By Michael Moeri | 08/13/2020 |

In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Chris Koch. Chris is known to some as Dr. Koch, known to others as The Cowboy or The Cowboy Chiropractor. Chris moved out to Wyoming from Wisconsin back in 1972. Originally Chris settled in Rock Springs to help…

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Episode 100 – Hitchhiking to a Century of Life: A Chat with 97 Year Old Jeanette “Moosie” Woodling

By Michael Moeri | 08/06/2020 |

In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Jeanette “Moosie” Woodling. Moosie was born on Halloween in 1922. After being laid off from Goodyear Tire in Akron Ohio after work slowed because of the end of WWII, Jeanette decided she wanted to live and work in…

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