Brian Rosser, J.D.Adjunct Faculty
719-486-4228 | Berosser@coloradomtn.edu
Associate of Arts and Sciences (A.A.S.), Ski Area Operations, Colorado Mountain College
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.), East Tennessee State University
- Doctor of Law (J.D.), Regent University
Awards & Certifications
- Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider Instructor, American Heart Association
- ASNT Central Certification Program Level II - Magnetic Particle Testing (ACCP-MT)
- Licensed to Practice Law
- Licensed Insurance Adjuster
- NREMT, National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians
- Outdoor Emergency Technician and Instructor, National Ski Patrol
Brian started his career in the ski industry in 1995 and has a diverse background in ski area operations and management. He is an experienced leader with progressive experience in resort development, operations and management.
Over the years he has performed lift maintenance, made snow, patrolled and has worked directly with or for all phases of Mountain Operations with a proven record of success. He has established relationships within the ski industry as well as with the insurance business and other allied industries.
Rosser, who is an attorney, was previously the Risk Manager and Human Resources Director at Loveland Ski Area. Prior to working at Loveland he was employed as a professional ski patroller at Copper Mountain and Ski Cooper. Additionally, while working in the ski industry he has worked as an adjunct professor at Colorado Mountain College in the school’s Ski Area Operations (SAO) program, served as the Chair of the Advisory committee for the SAO program, and is also a graduate of that program.
Before coming home to Colorado Mountain College, Brian served the MountainGuard team as Director of Risk Management and Education. Rosser was responsible for the continued development, coordination and execution of enhanced loss control service plans to provide proactive pre-loss risk management expertise to benefit MountainGuard's valued clients.
Brian has been with Colorado Mountain College for two years and is responsible for a joint venture with the National Ski Areas Association providing Ropeway education to its member ski areas from Maine to Alaska.
Brian is a state of Colorado EMT and NREMT, is a voting member of ANSI B77.1, on the NSAA Risk management committee, and is a member of the National Ski Patrol.