|About the Owner|
|Dwight F. Boerem|
Dwight has lived and worked in Southern Vermont since 1997, having founded Dutch Property Management in 2004. Currently Dutch Property Management oversees the Snow Mountain Village Condominium Association with 80 units and Timber Creek Condominium Owners Association with 212 units. Management includes daily maintenance of the properties and amenities centers, maintaining all accounting records and bookkeeping, and overseeing all contracts including landscaping, snow plowing, firewood, trash removal, and water system maintenance.
Prior to starting his own property management business he worked for four years at the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce where he worked closely with all types of businesses, associations, and local and state government. He was responsible for membership development, financial planning, event coordination, developing marketing strategies, and bookkeeping.
Dwight has a bachelors degree in Political Science and Business from the State University of New York at Albany and a Masters Degree in International Politics from Fordham University. Following his studies he worked at the United Nations for five years organizing conferences, special events and press conferences for UN ambassadors and dignitaries. He was responsible for maintaining budgets, press coverage, and organizing detailed itineraries.
Spending his weekends in Southern Vermont since a child, he moved from Long Island to the area in 1997 and began work at Mount Snow as the Event Coordinator in the Marketing Department. He was responsible for all aspects of promotional events, including ski and snowboard competitions, mountain bike races, and summer music festivals. He worked closely with the resort departments and maintained budgets to develop promotion and advertising plans. Following his three years at Mount Snow he joined ESPN for the Winter X Games & Great Outdoor Games as operations coordinator to design venues, recruit and train venue staff, and coordinate with ESPN departments.
Following his stint with ESPN, Dwight took a position in Event Management with Okemo Mountain Resort where he was responsible for marketing, promotion, and development of special events, competitions, and activities at the resort. Following the winter season he was recruited by the Chamber of Commerce to increase membership, design events, and promote the region.
Dwight is a certified Community Association Manager having coming completed the necessary coursework with the Community Association Institute. He also completed the Southeast Leadership Vermont Program where he met with leaders throughout the state in all types of industries. The program provides individuals with the opportunity to see first hand how civic and business leaders in Vermont manage their affairs and interact with others.
He has volunteered the past six years for the Wardsboro Independence Day Parade and enjoys the outdoors including skiing, mountain biking, hiking, golf, and of course playing with his children. Dutch Property Management is named after a small ski hill that was in Southern Vermont where he learned how to ski. References are available upon request.