Camille Miller has lived and worked in Mammoth Lakes for a decade and delights in the outdoor opportunities afforded by the quaint resort community. With a background in commercial real estate, finance and toy design, both she and her husband, Brant Miller, own Mammoth Fun Shop and love bringing fun and games to residents and visitors of the Eastern Sierra.
Rich Sanfilippo – President Elect
Owner of Perfect Clean
Phone: (760) 709-1270
Term ends June 30, 2019 (will sit as President for one year and Past President for one year)
Rich Sanfilippo, his wife, Kandis, and sons, Justin and Jeffrey, started their adventure in Mammoth Lakes in the 90s with a part-time vacation home. Rich and Kandis long planned to own a business in Mammoth Lakes someday, and in November 2014, they purchased Perfect Clean Inc. (PCI) and made the town their home full-time.
Rich continues his work in the field of Facilities Management while being an active owner (along with Kandis) of one of the larger cleaning companies in Mammoth Lakes serving the guest rental market and local business janitorial needs. Rich has led high-functioning facilities management teams for the LA Fire Department, the government of the Cayman Islands and the U.S. Border Patrol. Rich is a Certified Facilities Manager, the highest accreditation in the field, and he continues his studies toward a master’s degree in Green Building Management and Sustainable Construction.
Rich is honored to have earned a place on the MLCC board and he looks forward to continuing to volunteer his time, leadership and skill set to elected and unelected office in Mammoth Lakes. Rich wants to ensure the continued viability of Mammoth Lakes for the next generation, especially so he can pass his love of the Eastern Sierra on to his future grandchildren.
A native of New Orleans, Jeff moved to Mammoth Lakes four years ago and is the Director of Sales and Marketing at The Westin Monache Resort. After graduating from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a dual degree in International Affairs and French, Jeff began his career in the hospitality industry and has led sales and marketing teams in Chicago, Washington, DC, San Francisco, Miami and Los Angeles. He was most recently the Director of Sales and Marketing at W Hollywood.
Jeff was raised in southern Louisiana with French-speaking family and has a deep love of languages and international travel. He studied French language and political science in France and Spanish in Buenos Aires and is fluent in French and English and proficient in Spanish and German. He is thrilled to get to live in these mountains and is passionate about Mammoth Lakes as a destination and a community with all it has to offer to both domestic and international travelers. He loves to ski and never wants winter to end.
Andrea Walker was born and raised in the Eastern Sierra. It is her goal to feed the community healthy food to create happiness and well-being. While growing up, she noticed the one thing Mammoth didn’t have – a good organic and nutrient-dense option at an affordable price.
In school, she studied holistic nutrition and found that some people are naturally herbivores and some need to be carnivorous to maintain optimum health, but everyone needs the option to choose fresh, additive-free and nutritious food. Stellar Brew is her way of giving this to the town of Mammoth Lakes and its visitors. Stellar Brew strives to promote community health and happiness through the service of good food and a positive atmosphere.
Bio & photo coming soon
Sandra DiDomizio grew up in Toronto, Canada, daughter to two hard-working Italians. After receiving her bachelor’s degree from the University of British Columbia, Sandra moved to the U.S. She has American, Canadian and Italian citizenships and has lived, worked and played extensively in all of those countries. In addition to being the owner of Green Fox Events & Guest Services, she’s the proud mother of three kids and wife to a very patient man.
Sandra started Green Fox Events in May 2008. Her experience includes seven years in the luxury active travel industry designing and management private active group vacations in some of the most beautiful places in the world, three years of corporate event production and marketing for a wonderful biotech company in the San Francisco Bay Area and four years in the public sector as the special events manager for the Town of Mammoth Lakes. Sandra also has a master’s degree in Business Administration and recently obtained her Certificate in Meeting Management.
Jeremy Goico has served on the Chamber Board of Directors for five years, two of which were spent at president of the Board. Jeremy helped create a variety of Chamber programs such as the Peak Performance Program, the fall job fair and the spring events expo.
Jeremy is the co-owner of Black Tie Ski Rentals and is in the process of setting up a new business, Mammoth Cycle Works & Small Engine Repair. Jeremy moved to Mammoth Lakes to start Black Tie Ski Rentals in the summer of 2009 from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where he earned a Master’s degree in Spanish Literature. Jeremy is very involved in the local community through coaching soccer for the AYSO program and participating in theatre performances with Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre and Sierra Classic Theatre.
Brent, his wife, Betsy, and young daughter, Katherine, moved to Mammoth Lakes in 2010 and quickly embraced all the Mammoth community has to offer. Brent currently serves as General Manager for the Sierra Nevada Resort and is the former General Manager of the Westin Monache Resort.
A graduate of the University of Vermont, Brent grew up in the northeast and his career in hospitality has spanned the country from the historic Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky to the renowned Canyon Ranch Resort & Spa in Tucson, Arizona. Brent has also served as Vice President and GM for the acclaimed Mirbeau Inn & Spa in Skaneateles, New York. No stranger to ski country, Brent has held managerial positions at Sugarbush Resort and Topnotch at Stowe Resort & Spa. Brent also served as GM of the historic Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa in Whitefield, New Hampshire and GM of the Peaks Resort in Telluride, Colorado.
Brent has served on the Mammoth Lakes Tourism Board since 2011 and has also held several leadership roles with the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce. He also currently serves as a board member for Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra and is vice president of the Measure S committee for the Mammoth Unified School District.
John moved to Mammoth Lakes in July 2010 with his daughter, Bryn, and son, Jace. John is an active board member of Visit California, US Travel Association, and California Travel Association. A native of New Hampshire, John moved here from Wyoming, where he was vice-president of marketing and sales for Grand Targhee Resort. John’s background includes 14 years with American Skiing Company as vice-president of marketing and sales at Attitash Ski Resort in New Hampshire.
He also spent three years heading up worldwide marketing and sales efforts for Colorado Ski Country USA in Denver, representing all 26 Colorado ski resorts. John graduated from Boston’s Northeastern University in 1993 and spent four years working co-op at Sugarbush in Vermont during that time. He and his family enjoy skiing, biking, hiking, golf, travel, and the Boston Red Sox.
Phone: (760) 914-2186
Term ends June 30, 2020
Nicole Godoy is originally from Santa Monica, CA, but she has called Mammoth Lakes home for the past 16 years. She has been involved in many facets of the business world from property management to running a concierge business, and she currently works full time as a realtor with Resort Property Realty and is known as The Mammoth Agent. She also volunteers as the Vice President of the NOW Foundation, Secretary on the board of the Eastern Sierra Nordic Ski Association and as Member at Large on the board of the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce.
Nicole enjoys skiing, biking, hiking and most important spending quality time with her husband, Jamie, and her two children, Fiona and Cabot, exploring all that Mammoth Lakes has to offer.
Ken Brengle, CCE, IOM, is a 30+ year veteran of the nonprofit management field. He has served as chief executive for nine Chamber organizations and has been on staff for two Chambers and an economic development organization. During his tenure in the Chamber and association profession, Ken has developed successful membership and fundraising campaigns, created effective and influential local and state legislative advocacy programs, led consolidation of numerous organizations into effective entities and created and managed many leadership programs.
Ken is an alumnus of Fort Lewis College in Durango, Co. with a BA in political science. He is also a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Organization Management (IOM) and a Certified Chamber Executive (CCE) through the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives. Ken and his wife, Erin, are glad to call Mammoth Lakes home.
Jessica Kennedy moved to the Eastern Sierra for its outdoor opportunities and small town feel. She was raised in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina and has a hard time living anywhere flat. Before moving to the “big city” of Mammoth Lakes, Jessica lived and worked in Yosemite Valley in the marketing department for the park’s concessionaire. Jessica manages day-to-day operations for the Chamber while focusing on being the business community’s on-the-ground advocate with local leaders and town staff. Jessica was recently nominated for CalTravel’s 30 and under award for emerging leaders. She sits on the Board of Directors for the Mammoth Lakes Rotary Club and on the Inyo Mono Broadband Consortium representing the Mammoth Lakes business community.
Before moving west, Jessica received her bachelor’s degree in journalism with a political reporting specialization from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and worked for the North Carolina Press Association as the member communications manager. In her free time, Jessica enjoys rock climbing, hiking and mountain biking in the beautiful Eastern Sierra with her dog, Harper. After two years in Mammoth Lakes, she now calls herself a skier too.