Suzan Scott joined the BSOA in 2012. She is a fifth generation Bozemanite and returned to the Big Sky area after spending numerous years working in government affairs and advocating for a great variety of public policy issues at all levels of government in the Northwest region, including Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana. Graduating with a Political Science degree from Montana State University, Suzan has extensive experience in non-profit and for-profit management and administration. She enjoys a variety of sporting and outdoor activities with her husband, Peter and their four children.
Amy San Nicolas Architectural Review & Compliance Manager
Amy is originally from Northern California but moved to Big Sky in 2013 after visiting family to raise her own. She fell in love with the quiet beauty of the locale, the abundant wildness adventures, and the kindness of the people who lived here. After earning her Bachelor of Arts in Writing, Amy spent five years working as a contract administrator for a big construction company that specialized in National Parks. She then moved into their payroll and accounts department when she had kiddos before finding the BSOA. She was the Project Manager before taking on her new role as the Architectural Review & Compliance Manager. She is excited about her transition and loves being involved in the community.
With a background in accounting, construction and property management, he is a natural fit for the BSOA team. Kyle is a big fan of spending his weekends outdoors. He enjoys just about everything Big Sky has to offer.
With roots in the Midwest (go Packers), Tammy has called Montana her home since 2008 and has been a BSOA member for over a decade. Tammy has a background on the Account Executive side of advertising, having worked at numerous agencies from Minneapolis to Bozeman, on national accounts and local nonprofits alike. She brings diverse experience to her role as Project Manager. Tammy's husband, JC and their two boys, Christian and Gunnar, all work as ski instructors at Big Sky Resort, where JC also manages the Mountain Host program.
Emma Lawler Sustainability, Events, & Administration
Originally from Littleton, Colorado, Emma has always had a deep love for the outdoors, her community, and all that the Rocky Mountains has to offer. She has a Bachelor's degree in Sustainability Studies from Colorado Mountain College in the Vail Valley and a Master's degree in Global Sustainability from the University of South Florida. Her research focused on nature-based solutions and ethical animal husbandry. Upon graduation, she was ushered in to a land management fellowship program with the United States Forest Service, serving the White River National Forest. During her time in Florida, she gained experience in the social justice sphere by empowering frontline communities with climate literacy and disaster preparedness. In the fall of 2021, she relocated to Big Sky to join the BSOA team and to ski powder. Emma is looking forward to implementing sustainability initiatives within the BSOA jurisdiction to preserve and protect the integrity of our community. Email Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org
BSOA staff are a combination of full and part-time professionals who are available to assist you with any questions you may have about your property ownership in Big Sky. Stop by the office and say hello!