Paul Vogelheim is a Teton County Commissioner, ski host for Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and is the Wyoming Coordinator for REP. He was one of the founders of the Jackson Hole Food Cupboard (food bank); was past President of Ring Lake Ranch in Dubois; served as leader of the Boy Scouts including six years as Jackson District Chair; and has been on the boards of Rotary Club of Jackson, Teton Youth & Family Services and Teton County Republican Party.

He is a graduate of Gonzaga University and he has held a variety of management positions over the past twenty-five years including Director Proprietary Services for New York based research investment firm; a general manager of a window plant with more than 285 employees and the start-up manager for an Australian steel decking manufacturer. Vogelheim has been enamored with Jackson for over twenty-five years. A native of San Francisco, he has lived in Alaska, Florence Italy, and throughout the Northwest before moving to Jackson in 1997. He built his log-home in East-Jackson where he is able to hike out his backdoor and into the Gros Ventre Wilderness.

25-years Senior Management Success
1998–2009   OTR Global is a provider of primary market intelligence to major institutional investors. Hired as an hourly investigative reporter and promoted to various key roles including Director of Proprietary Services.

1987-1998   MILGARD MANUFACTURING (Owned by Masco) is the largest window manufacturer in the Western United States where management success was based on a shared-leadership and facilitative style while recruiting and encouraging positive team environments.

1983-1986   BROKEN HILL PROPRIETY (BHP-AMERICA) which included being Branch Manager and opening a new sales and metal roofing manufacturing facility in Anchorage, Alaska.

Education and Training
BBA MARKETING - GONZAGA UNIVERSITY, Spokane, Washington, 1977 Qualified Investment and Securities Agent: Series 7, Series 66 and Series 63 Human Resource Development, Graduate work at Colorado State University 1997-99 Graduate of Center for Creative Leadership (San Diego, California) and The Mentor Group (Seattle, Washington)

As a proven leader and consensus builder, Commissioner Paul Vogelheim works daily for fiscal responsibility and prioritizing community needs – safety, scenic and wildlife conservation and protecting our community today and for future generations.

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