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Senior Vice President
Judy Vossler’s first “real job” was in her father Ernie’s golf shop at Quail Creek Country Club in Oklahoma City. Following college at Oklahoma State University and a retail merchandise/management training program with the JC Penney Company and employment with an oil and gas exploration company, Ms. Vossler moved to La Quinta, California.
In 1980, Ms. Vossler joined the Landmark management staff of the historic La Quinta Hotel. In 1984, she began a decade of service as General Manager. During Ms. Vossler’s tenure, she was actively involved in the remodel and expansion of the property which evolved from a 76 room winter season hotel to a year round 640 room, world class destination-convention resort.
From 1994 through 1998, Ms. Vossler was employed by KSL Recreation Corporation where her focus was on community relations and real estate marketing which capitalized on her close ties with La Quinta Resort and PGA West.
Ms. Vossler rejoined the Landmark team in 1999 as a Vice President of Landmark Golf and is involved in day-to-day operations, human resources, customer service, marketing and community relations. From 1999-2002, she served as Tournament Director of The Skins Game at Landmark Golf Club. Ms. Vossler oversees full-service tournament operations as the tournament director for the Frank Sinatra Celebrity Invitational, the Betty Ford Invitational Pro-Am and the Giddings Cup.
Ms. Vossler is actively involved in community development serving on the boards or councils for: Hospitality Industry Business Council of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority, Palm Springs Art Museum’s Museum Associates Council, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Boys & Girls Club of Coachella Valley, John F. Kennedy Memorial Foundation, La Quinta Historical Society, Desert Samaritans for the Elderly and Visiting Nurses Association of the Inland Counties.
Ms. Vossler is actively involved with the Desert Town Hall Lecture Series in Indian Wells and recently served on The Desert Sun Editorial Board.
Her dedication to the community has garnered numerous awards including a Jefferson Award for Public Service, “Citizen of the Year” from La Quinta Chamber of Commerce, a Palm Springs Athena Award and the Gamby Service Award from La Quinta Historical Society.