Doug Wells

BOARD VICE CHAIR

Co-host of Mountain Money since 2012.

Doug Wells is a Vice President and Partner for Albion Financial Group. He holds a Masters of Business Administration from Stanford University. Doug deeply enjoys helping Albion’s clients succeed in their financial lives. Some of Doug’s additional professional activities include residing on multiple boards such as the Salt Lake Estate Planning Council, Vutara (a startup high tech company) and for Catheter Connections.

Doug is a frequent public speaker and an author on topics of interest to high net worth families, business executives/owners and to many of the charitable causes they support. As an author and presenter his goal is to connect seemingly disparate pieces of information into important patterns and actionable insights.

Doug is an avid fan of outdoor activities including skiing, paragliding and flying general aviation aircraft. He is an FAA certified flight instructor for single and twin-engine aircraft and is a PSIA certified level one ski instructor.

Doug and his wife Linda live in Park City with their 2 daughters.

Ways to Connect

The Red Banjo Pizza Parlor has been on Main street for 56 years this month.  Tana and Scott dropped by to give a bit of history about the business.

Ken Whipple and his son, Kole from Park City Jewelers, appeared on the program to talk about the business  that has been in the same location for over 30 years.

Doug and Roger visit with Scott Ballenger, a Supreme Court advocate and former Antonin Scalia clerk, talking about how the court works and implications of the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

Ellie Shropshire  of  Ellie’s Chef Catering Café.  Ellie has been involved in catering – now stepping into her restaurant at 1401 Kearns Blvd – Inside Kimball Art Center.

Roger and Doug visit with Shane Snow,   Author of Dream Teams: Working Together Without Falling Apart. The author is changing the way we work together. Dream Teams is about leadership’s imperative to seek different perspectives so we can make progress together. Shane Snow demonstrates how differences matter and shows how the best teams depressurize tension, leverage provocation, and open themselves to wild card ideas to find solutions that others can’t.

Mike and Melissa Laird have opened a new sports bar in Heber City called Melvin's Public House. Renai and Doug spoke with Melissa about her new Business at 139 North Main Street.

Renai and Doug visit with Joel Clark, co-founder and CEO of Kodiak Cakes. This Park City company produces pancake mixes, other baking mixes, single serve microwavable muffin mixes, granolas, syrups and more.

Heber Valley Hospital and Heber Valley Clinic have been expanded to provide new services. Amy Tuddenham from Intermountain Health Care, explains the exciting changes. 

 The Crystal Park Cantina is a new  new restaurant on Main Street in Park City.  Renai and Doug visit with  the  general manager, Charles O,Brien. 

Monday on Mountain Money, Renai and Doug crunch the latest numbers  from The Utah Foundation on sales taxation in Utah with research anaylist Christopher Collard. 

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