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VR Development names VP

KEYSTONE – Alex Iskenderian, an attorney for Vail Resorts Development Co. (VRDC), was named the company’s new vice president for development to replace Jack Wolfe, who resigned.

The announcement was made Thursday by Keystone Chief Operating Officer Roger McCarthy and Jim Thompson, VRDC president.

Iskenderian will lead and oversee all Keystone development projects.

“Alex continues to be a great asset for us. We welcome his creative energy and the expertise of VRDC as we move forward with the exciting new look and feel of Keystone Resort,” McCarthy said.

Iskenderian joined VRDC in 1997 as assistant general counsel and worked as general counsel from 1999-2002, when he was named vice president and general counsel.

Previously, Iskenderian represented real estate developers in land use and other development matters at the Denver-based law firm of Otten, Johnson, Robinson, Neff and Ragonetti.

While at the law firm, he performed extensive pro bono work on land conservation issues, according to the announcement.

Iskenderian grew up in Roanoke, Virginia and graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1986 with a bachelor of arts degree in government.

He earned his doctorate in law in 1992 from the University of Denver College of Law. He and his wife, Julie, reside in Eagle with their three children: 3-year old twins Nicholas and Bryn and 1-year old Evan.

The family will relocate to Summit County, where Iskenderian will continue to enjoy skiing, snowboarding, running, mountain biking and golfing in his spare time, according to his bosses.

– Special to the Daily

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