As an Olympic medalist and a four-time speed skiing world champion, Jeff believes that to be effective focus, commitment and character matter. Jeff has applied these characteristics to a number of personal and professional endeavors, including building a successful real estate business in Lake Tahoe, contributing to community organizations, and raising a family with his wife, Carolyn.
After graduating from Saint Mary's College, Jeff moved back to the Sierra. While working in strategic planning, Jeff took a week off to enter a speed skiing race. Six races later, he had an Olympic bronze medal. He went on to become the first person to ski 150 miles per hour, winning multiple world titles and take the sport of speed skiing to a new level. 1997, Jeff opened Hamilton Sports at the base of Aspen Mountain. Following the birth their two daughters, Jeff and Carolyn moved their family back to Lake Tahoe.
Jeff serves on the Board of the Truckee Donner Land Trust and is passionate about preserving open spaces. He also serves on the Board of the Reno Tahoe Winter Olympic Coalition, as it aims to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. Jeff is also involved with the 49er Foundation, the NFL Players' Association and various other ski events that take place throughout the winter.
Jeff is licensed in both California and Nevada, focusing on resort and lake front real estate. Jeff works primarily with luxury buyers and sellers. He enjoys the complicated and intricate details of lake front transactions, where land use regulations and multiple government agencies are involved. In the winter, Jeff skis with his family; in the summer, they spend time backpacking in Yosemite and the John Muir Trail.