On January 25, 2023

Solimano named to Vermont Futures Project board 

Mike Solimano of Killington Resort & Pico Mountain, and Bill Cahill of Vermont Mutual Insurance Group have been named to the The Vermont Futures Project board of directors.

The Vermont Futures Project board of directors is dedicated to positioning the economy in the center of a statewide discussion about Vermont’s future, enriching that discussion with data, benchmarks, and research – demonstrating how a healthy economy provides opportunities for people and contributes to Vermont’s unique quality of life.

“I am so excited to join the VT Futures Project to help with their mission to provide data to support the evolution of Vermont’s economy. Killington Resort is located in Rutland County, where the population continues to decline, and I want to work with the VT Futures Project to help our county as well as the entire state to have a thriving economy,” said Mike Solimano, president and general manager of Killington Resort & Pico Mountain. “I believe the outdoor recreation industry can have a major impact in helping to attract people to Vermont and I look forward to helping achieve this in the coming years.”

Bill Cahill is the vice president, general counsel and secretary at Vermont Mutual Insurance Group.

“As an active member of the Montpelier and Vermont business community since 1828, Vermont Mutual recognizes the importance and enthusiastically supports the mission of the Vermont Futures Project,” Cahill said.

Vermont Futures Project Executive Director Kevin Chu said, “Mike and Bill add critical industry and geographical perspectives to our team. The collective expertise of our board of directors represents our commitment to developing a holistic vision for Vermont’s economic future.”

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