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About the JHTTB

Working toward a sustainable future.


The Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board ensures that tourism is a positive force for people, for nature, and for the economy.

The JHTTB is a seven-member volunteer board appointed by elected officials from the Town of Jackson and Teton County commissioners. Established in 2011, the primary function of the JHTTB at inception was to allocate Teton County’s portion of lodging tax collected by the State of Wyoming to promote travel and tourism within Teton County and the Town of Jackson. Due to unprecedented levels of visitation in the past five years, the JHTTB responded to the needs of our community by expanding its focus beyond promotional marketing to include visitor education and destination stewardship.

Mission: Through strategic allocation of Teton County’s lodging tax funds, we steward Jackson Hole toward a sustainable destination, where our leadership, marketing, management, and community engagement ensure the vitality of our natural and human ecosystems.

Vision: Jackson Hole is a wild and resilient destination where the community, economy, and natural ecosystems simultaneously thrive.

To formalize our desire to better manage tourism in the Tetons, in 2021 the JHTTB contracted with George Washington University’s International Institute of Tourism Studies and Confluence Sustainability to provide a strategic road map and indicators for destination stewardship in Teton County. The result of the year-long resident-led process is our Sustainable Destination Management Plan (SDMP), which amplifies our community, government, and public land manager’s efforts in environmental conservation, growth management, and preservation of our quality of life.

A destination stewardship council comprised of industry leaders and citizens was formalized in the spring of 2023 to serve as an interim advisory body to the JHTTB on how to best leverage lodging tax funds to implement the SDMP, help develop a new tourism governance structure, and encourage shared responsibility community-wide to better manage tourism.

What We do

  • Data & Reports

    Data and reports from a variety of vetted sources to understand and respond to the dynamic tourism landscape.

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  • Event Funding

    The JHTTB allocates public funding collected from the lodging tax to local events to promote, market, and produce events taking place in fall, winter, and spring. The JHTTB has allocated between $600,000 and $1.9 million each year to assist local events.

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  • Sustainable Destination Management Plan

    Sustainable tourism protects more than just the environment.

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Board & Staff

Erik Dombroski

Board Chair

Mary Bess

Vice Chair

Julie Calder

Secretary

Mike Geraci

Treasurer

Sheila Isanaka

Board Member

Sam Pope

Board Member

Shelby Scharp

Board Member

Crista Valentino

Executive Director

Lindsey Ehinger

Destination Management Coordinator

Britney Magleby

Operations & Communications Manager

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Recent News

  • Jackson Hole Remains Open to Visitors, Encourages Patience As Teton Pass Temporarily Closed

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Data & Reports

Data and reports from a variety of vetted sources to understand and respond to the dynamic tourism landscape.

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