Brittney Ziebell

Brittney learned to “pizza and french fry” at Cannon Mountain in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. During high school, she ski raced for Burke Mountain Academy and later attended Colby College, competing all four years for their Division 1, NCAA, Colby Alpine Ski Team. One of Brittney’s fondest college ski racing memories is leading the Colby Women’s Ski Team to a historical home hill victory as captain during her senior year.

Off the slopes, Brittney spent summers in Newport, Rhode Island throughout high school and college. She worked for Exquisite Events, planning private events and high-end, destination weddings. When Brittney graduated from Colby in 2014, she moved west in search for event planning opportunities in the West. She accepted a position at the Vail Ski & Snowboard Club as Marketing & Advancement Coordinator, and lived in Minturn, Colorado for two years. Then, an opportunity in hospitality brought her to Jackson and she was thrilled to call the Tetons—a place she’s dreamed about living as a young skier—home!

Brittney began working for the Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club in 2016 and feels fortunate to work with such an inspiring group of individuals both on and off the hill. She recognizes she wouldn’t be where she is today without the sport of ski racing, and hopes to pay it forward to the next generation by making snow sports accessible to everyone.  

In her free time, Britt dabbles in other creative passions such as her Chalk Art business, wedding planning, producing a recent short documentary “Latitude,” about an all-women’s backcountry sail-to-ski trip, or simply tries to get outdoors to trail run, mountain bike or backcountry ski.



Bachelor of Arts in English from Colby College


Snow sports brought me so much opportunity on and off the slopes, so I hope to pay it forward to the next generation of rippers!