Andy Wirth is the savant CEO that has completely redefined what it means to be superhuman. Having survived a near deadly incident while skydiving, he was not only was able to save himself, yet with his profound ability influence those around him, he has been able to collect hundreds of thousands of dollars to give families with kids in the special forces who often times find it very difficult to readjust to civilian life.
A huge sports fanatic, his favorites range from triathlons to biking. As the CEO of Squaw Valley Holdings, he was able to take the company from a very dark and depressing financial state and restructure the ailing Corporation to become of the world’s premier skiing resorts, effectively serving thousands of anxious skiers a day for a healthy sum.
The victim of an unfortunate skydiving mishap, his arm was torn from his body and had to be surgically reattached. He could have easily given up on life, yet, he stayed focused, aggressively fulfilling his mission.
Hailing a record of unwavering confidence in his ability to defy the odds and beat any challenge, it is unfortunate that he actually had to have his faith tested to such an extreme way, with the skydiving accident that almost left him dead, yet he’s succeeded in passing his test of faith with flying colors.
His every day confidence is something that is admired. Every day when he walks the grounds of the Squaw Valley ski resort and people see him as the CEO they can see right through any façade, yet he is personable and charismatic enough that his conviction eventually rubs off on you.
I believe that it is people like Andy Wirth are the real heroes. Andy’s unwavering integrity is an admirable trait and has collected him quite a an elite list of friends including members of the Navy SEAL s elephant of what rat man as well as CEOs from Fortune 500 companies.
In addition to his long stream of victories and successes, He has recently succeeded in bringing the Ironman competition to his beloved home of Squaw Valley, enabling the athletically astute to challenge themselves to levels of competition they usually wouldn’t be able to because of their inability to travel to major cities where most Ironman competitions are held.
Philanthropist, Ironman, CEO of a world-renowned company and appointed chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board, Andy Wirth has shown people what a wealthy soul truly resembles.