Arthur De Jong

Arthur De Jong

  • Member Since

    2006
    Current Employer

    WhistlerBlackcomb
    Email

    Not Shared
    Phone

    Not Shared
    Address

    Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
    Regions of Expertise

    North America

Arthur De Jong

Mr. Arthur De Jong


Mountain Planning and Environmental Resource Manager | WhistlerBlackcomb

Areas of Expertise

Green Technologies, Natural Resource Management, Protected Area Management, Renewable Energy, Wildlife Conservation/Management

Looking For

Media Appearances, Speaking Engagements

Biography

Arthur DeJong has been with Whistler Blackcomb for more than 30 years. Through various roles including Ski Patrol Manager and Mountain Operations Manager for Blackcomb, Arthur has gained an exceptional familiarity with our mountain terrain and a deep understanding of the workings of the mountain ecosystem.

 

Arthur pioneered work in the area of environmental planning on Whistler Blackcomb which has led him to his current position of Mountain Planning and Environmental Resource Manager. In this role, Arthur works to marry planning techniques that both improve the guest experience and respect the natural environment.

 

Arthur has been an active member of the Whistler community for many years and believes that the key to effective planning is openness and community involvement. Arthur is currently active in numerous community social and environmental groups. He also dedicates volunteer time to crisis line counseling and international aid programs.


Educational Background

n/a

 

About TIES


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