PARK CITY, Utah — Jana Dalton has been named the new development director at Park City Ski and Snowboard (PCSS), Christie Hind, executive director of PCSS, told TownLift
Dalton brings to PCSS 25 years of experience in marketing, fundraising, donor cultivation, and large-scale event production. She has dedicated her career to supporting winter sports.
Dalton joins PCSS from USA Curling, where she was the foundation director. Before her time at USA Curling, Dalton was the director of development at the Youth Sports Alliance, where she successfully produced the organization’s signature event, Jans Winter Welcome, from 2018-2021. Jana was also instrumental in helping the YSA raise funds for scholarships and build development for YSA’s Get Out and Play and Activ8 programs.
Before YSA, Dalton spent three years at U.S. Ski and Snowboard as a major gift officer working closely with the Board of Trustees, Major Gifts, and Donor cultivation. She started her career in winter sports at Deer Valley Resort as a group sales executive and later as a marketing coordinator at the Stein Eriksen Lodge.
Dalton is also a longtime PCSS parent of three ski racers, two of whom work for and race with PCSS.
“Jana joins PCSS at an exciting time of incredible growth and program expansion,” Hind wrote in a letter to membership. “Having a fundraising and development veteran of Jana’s caliber will greatly support PCSS’ efforts to continue delivering high-quality winter sport programming to our community. PCSS is fortunate to have Jana on board, and I am eager for membership to get to know her.”
PCSS provides programs for aerials, nordic combined, moguls, cross country, skimo, park and pipe, big mountain, snowboard, ski jumping, and alpine for intro, development, and elite athletes. The nonprofit’s offices are headquartered at the Utah Olympic Park.