Libby comes to us from Michigan where she attended Central Michigan University. She first moved to Jackson Hole in 2011 and has spent the last 7 years in the hospitality industry. Most recently, Libby worked at the 20 star resort Sea Island where she and her husband, Sean, fine-tuned their dedication to unparalleled guest service. Libby and her husband live in Driggs, Idaho and can be found exploring the mountains or going on long distance adventures when away from work.
A Wyoming Native and Jackson local, Heather has worked in the guest service industry of Jackson Hole since young adulthood. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from Beloit College and continued her education at Northern Illinois University. Upon returning the Valley in 2001 she rejoined the guest service industry, accepting a position with The Clear Creek Group in 2009. While with The Clear Creek Group she has enjoyed a variety of duties including Bookkeeper, Guest Service Director and Office Manager. Taking a break from guest service in 2014, she followed her heart to the Teton Valley Community Animal Shelter where she was Operations Manager for a year and a half before rejoining The Clear Creek Group in April 2016.
Heather is an avid gardener and canoe enthusiast, and enjoys fly fishing and hiking with her canine companion. Heather is proud to serve as a Board Director for The Teton Valley Community Animal Shelter, furthering her love of providing for the lost and abandoned cats and dogs of Teton Valley.
Lincoln, originally from Denver, Colorado, found his way to Jackson Hole after helping a family friend move to the valley back in 1985. He has served in many capacities over the years from hospitality to sales, and finally ending up in the Information Technology sector. A former IT company owner with 14 years of experience in the industry, he brings a wealth of knowledge to The Clear Creek Group. When away from work he is usually out in the woods or spending time with his daughter.
Emma moved from Chicago to Jackson in October of 2020 for a change of pace and scenery. She has spent the last seven years working in the grocery industry where she developed a passion for hospitality and eventually, accounting. As an avid runner and beginner snowboarder, Jackson has provided no shortage of activities for her. She also enjoys cooking (and eating), walks with her dog Jack, taking care of her houseplants, and exploring the local shops and restaurants.