Corey Enloe leads and directs the Hospitality Management efforts for Stillwater through its affiliated company, Connected Experience. Corey's passion is building a culture of empowerment and self-leadership with exceptional team members to serve our valuable guests with extraordinary service at each and every property. Engaging with local community and developing superior returns for financial partners are his focus.
Prior to Connected Experience, Corey worked in Hospitality Management Consulting and Hospitality Asset Management. Corey worked with the Aspen Club and Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants for nearly 20 years in upper management positions. Corey joined the Aspen Club in August of 2015 as CFO and Director of Hospitality. Prior to the Aspen Club, Corey worked with Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants in finance, regional, and general management positions. During his career, he has overseen all areas of the hotel and restaurant operation including finances, guest services, back of house operations, sales, marketing, and revenues management.
Corey began his career in hospitality management while attending school at the University of Utah where he majored in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism management. Corey achieved the designation of Certified Hospitality Administrator (CHA) from the American Hotel & Lodging Association in 2013. He achieved a Black Belt certification in Lean Six Sigma from Villanova University in 2007. He also completed a certificate program in Hotel Real Estate Investments and Asset Management from Cornell University in 2015. Over his career, Corey has served on the Board of Directors as Vice-Chair for the Aspen Chamber Resort Association as well as Chair of the Aspen Lodging Association. Corey also served on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association.