Since 2009, Greg Angle has been performing as the chief executive officer and president at Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, California. Outside of the hospital, he serves on the board of trustees for the Alliance for the Arts, which is the nonprofit development entity for the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.
For over 30 years, the Alliance for the Arts has been providing support for the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Theaters. Formed by local citizens, the Alliance for the Arts originally was called the Cultural Association of the Greater Conejo.
The fledgling nonprofit began working with the Thousand Oaks City Council and Redevelopment Agency for the ambitious purpose of building and operating a community auditorium. In 1994, the Alliance for the Arts achieved its $3 million fundraising goal, and the grand opening of the Civic Arts Plaza took place.
Today, the Alliance for the Arts raises donations through various means, including sponsorships and special events. Every year, the nonprofit group provides $750,000 in combined funds and services for the Fred Kavli Theatre and the Janet & Ray Scherr Forum Theatre.
The development activities of the Alliance for the Arts provide the means for theater programming and operations. The Alliance’s distinctive partnership with the City of Thousand Oaks serves as a paradigm for collaborations of all types.
With more than 29 years of experience in healthcare, Greg Angle is the Chief Executive Officer at Los Robles Regional Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, California. In his free time, he is an avid skier and traveler.
Three ski resorts offer adaptive lessons for skiers with special needs.
• Beaver Creek, Colorado: Beaver Creek earned the National Ski Area Association’s Best Overall Safety Award. The resort offers lessons to skiers, snowboarders, and cross-country skiers with physical and cognitive disabilities. Rental equipment is also available.
• Alyeska Resort, Alaska: The Alyeska Resort in Girdwood, Alaska, created Challenge Alaska, a ski school program designed to accommodate adventurers with special needs. The institute is a member school of the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA); all its instructors undergo PSIA certified training.
• Smugglers’ Notch, Vermont: The adaptive program at Smugglers’ Notch meets the needs of children and adults of all ability levels. The resort also offers an inclusion program so that children with special needs can ski alongside and socialize with their peers.