Former Red Mountain Resort GM Now Teaching in Nelson
Former Red Mountain Resort general manager Jim Greene has taken up a teaching post at Selkirk College and will begin passing on knowledge he has earned over a 25-year career as a leader in the tourism industry.
Beginning this month, Greene will teach a number of Fall Semester classes in the School of Hospitality, Tourism & Cosmetology on Nelson’s Tenth Street Campus. With a resume decorated with a diversity of tourism-related achievements and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario, Greene compliments the already solid stable of faculty with plenty to offer students.
Selkirk College instructor Jim Greene is settling into his new office on the Tenth Street Campus and excited to be helping foster a new generation of tourism leaders.
“It’s an entirely new career for me,” says the 57-year-old. “It’s scary, but that’s what life is all about. If I can pass on what I have learned in tourism over the years, I’m happy to do it.”
This semester, Greene will teach Business Finance, Accounting, Hospitality Law and Mixology to students in the Ski Resort Operations & Management Program (SROAM), the Resort & Hotel Management Program (RHOT) and the Post-Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management.
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